DVHRT Program Coordinator
Hope’s Door

Rosana Caceda is Hope’s Door Program Coordinator for the Westchester County Domestic Violence High Risk Team. Where she works alongside Westchester County DA’s office, Law Enforcement, Westchester Medical Center, and community partners on high lethality domestic violence cases.

Rosana provides victim centered counseling, trauma focused support, assessments, advocacy, and appropriate referrals to survivors and their families. She participates in Hope’s Door outreach presentations, and support groups. She brings more than 15 years of experience to her position at Hope’s Door.

Prior to Hope’s Door, Rosana trained and worked as a Forensic interviewer at a Child Advocacy Center in Nassau County. Rosana worked with children, adolescents, and adult cases of abuse, human trafficking, and domestic violence. She collaborated and worked alongside Nassau County’s District Attorney’s office, Special Victims Unit (SVU), Social Services (CPS), Commercial Child Exploitation Unit (CCEU), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), and Homeland Security.

Rosana has managed and supervised an Alternative to Detention program for adolescents. Rosana collaborated and worked with Westchester County probation offices, and Courts, for adolescents reintegrating into their communities from residential treatment facilities, and detention facilities.

Rosana also provided trauma informed services to refugee adolescent males in a residential treatment program. Throughout her career she has worked with diverse populations including families, children, immigrants, and refugees. Rosana is passionate on advocacy, education, unity, cultural sensitivity, anti-racism, and the empowerment of survivors.
Rosana holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, and Criminal Justice from Iona College. Rosana holds a Masters of Social Work, MSW degree from New York University, NYU.

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