Pamlico Rose Institute for Sustainable Communities (PRISC) Ribbon-cutting at Rose Haven

Washington, North Carolina
Saturday November 4
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Pamlico Rose Institute for Sustainable Communities (PRISC) invites you to a ribbon-cutting at 3PM on Nov 4, 2017 at “Rose Haven,” the future reintegration home for female Veterans recovering from substance abuse.  The public is invited and admission is free.  The house is located at 219 E. 3rd Street, Washington, NC and will open in 2018.  A slate of local and national speakers will offer a brief ceremony marking Rose Haven’s significance, followed by a reception featuring a group of local musicians.  Tours of the 1892 house showing our progress will be available for those interested.  The history of the house can be found at our website, click here to learn more.

PRISC is a Washington, NC-based non-profit whose twin missions are historic preservation and service to at-risk Veteran populations.  Rose Haven is the first project where a home in Washington’s historic district is rehabilitated and re-purposed to serve Veterans.  Thus, Rose Haven and future projects we have planned, will do the following:  support under-served, at-risk Veteran populations; promote rehabilitation of endangered, failing or vacant historic  properties; promote economic growth; mitigate issues of neighborhood security; and boast community development and engagement.  You can find more about PRISC at our website:

PRISC welcomes you to the ribbon-cutting to help celebrate the significance of history and community in aiding healing of our Veterans.  Please feel free to  disseminate this invitation to other individuals and organizations who might be interested.

If you have any questions, please contact Robert Greene Sands, CEO of PRISC, at the information provided below: