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Mission Statement

Rosemary Children's Services provides compassionate and therapeutic support to help children, adolescents and families heal from their pasts and move toward productive and fulfilling futures. Guiding Principles: Accountability: Accept responsibility for your actions. Integrity: Reflect a firm commitment to personal and organizational values. Collaboration: Work and communicate as a team within and across programs and with outside government and nonprofit agencies. Dedication: Work with commitment and loyalty toward the Rosemary Children's Services mission and goals. Compassion: Understand and nurture without judgment. Excellence: Live by the mission, principles and goals of Rosemary Children's Services.


Since 1920 Rosemary Children's Services, a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, has been dedicated to helping boys and girls of all ages heal from abuse, neglect and abandonment and help them to build self-esteem. At the heart of our efforts is the commitment to enable young people to fulfill their potential and to assist them in leading productive and rewarding lives. Rosemary Children's Services has reached thousands of children and their families through the Residential Program, Foster Family / Adoption Program, Transitional Housing, Non-Public School and Mental Health Program.



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Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Rosemary Children's Services?

by Charlotte G. from Los Angeles, CA (July 22, 2016)
My experience volunteering for and with people was amazing. They were very kind. ALSO, because it was a event that lasted until night, i was able to recieve some delicious food.
by Melody L. (February 9, 2012)
I called about helping to volunteer, left a message and number, and received no reply for hours. Then I tried calling later in the evening, the coordinator picked up, and told me very curtly that they needed no more volunteers. If that were the case, then it would've been nice if they at least called back with a "sorry we've no more room, but thanks anyway". Seemed rude that they didn't do so.