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The R.O.S.E. Fund (Regaining One's Self Esteem) is a New England non-profit, chartered to break the silence and the cycle of domestic violence (DV) and teen dating violence and abuse (TDVA).

We're focused on transforming the lives of survivors that have physical reminders of their abusive past.  In partnership with our medical affiliates we provide female survivors of domestic abuse with access to medical and dental reconstructive procedures to help them to regain their self-esteem.

We’re also focused on transforming high schools from 'Unaware and Unprepared' to 'Informed and Effective' in fully understanding and addressing these issues. We are actively breaking the silence and the NIMBY (Not in My Backyard) myths associated with these issues on a high school by high school basis across New England. We expose these issues by 'localizing' them. We then educate, energize and empower groups of concerned parents and principals to become an active and effective part of the solution.

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High School Principals

Beyond the demands of  improving the academic performance of their students , principals today are challenged with educating students on a wide range of important health and wellness issues (i.e. bullying, substance abuse, sexuality).
               This challenge is made more difficult as they often have a limited amount of time, money and resources with which to address the full range of these  issues.
Additional complications associated with striking the right balance between these competing interests include...

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High School Students

Want to beef up your resume and boost your chances of getting into the college of your choice?

          Are you looking for the opportunity to put your leadership skills to work and in doing so, significantly distinguish  yourself from other college applicants?  
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Parents and
Concerned Citizens

Not in My Backyard? Think again.            Teen dating violence and abuse has reached epidemic levels in high schools across the country and the region.  Chances are there are students in your local high school that are harboring their version of society's best kept secret....

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