ROSE WAY RECOVERY HOUSE
MEET OuR TEAM
THE ROSE WAY STAFF
Rose Way Recovery House team is led by responsible women in recovery. We are devoted to providing ideal sober living for women.
Megan Cosgrove is a South Florida native. From a young age, Megan was driven by her passion for the performing arts. This intense passion for dance kept Megan out of trouble for quite some time. Eventually that faded, when drugs and alcohol became the evil and corroding thread in her life. After many years of battling with alcohol and drug addiction, Megan surrendered to this new way of living. Through perseverance and dedication to sobriety, she has overcome every obstacle placed in her path. She is an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous, helping countless women on a daily basis. As a person in long term sobriety, Megan often shares her experience with other women as a way to give back.
Megan founded Rose Way in 2017. What once was a dream of hers is now a beautiful reality that she gets to live every single day. She has helped hundreds of women on their journey to Sobriety. Megan prides herself on giving the best quality of care to the residents in her homes. Her hands-on approach and love for these women is like no other. Megan has created a community of women within her homes that gives the residents the support and structure that they so desperately need. Rose Way produces success rates due to the continuous guidance that the team offers. As a Certified Interventionist, Megan is qualified to assist directly with families as well. She will go above and beyond for you and your loved one, helping every step of the way.
None of this would have been possible without God and the love and support of Megan’s family. Megan also holds the title of Mom to a precious little boy, is a dance teacher at a local dance studio as well as a professional dancer with AGWA Dance Company. These are just a few of the gifts Megan has received through sobriety. Megan’s passion for helping women is evident through her hard work and dedication to Rose Way Recovery House and through the testimonies of the beautiful ladies who have been placed in her path.
Kenea’ Brittle was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. and has been a South Florida resident for 14 years. While she is most proud of her title as Mom & Wife, she also holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and is currently a Certified Recovery Residence Administrator. She spent some time working with Department of Children and Families as a Child Welfare Case Manager and with a non-profit organization as a Foster Care Licensing Specialist.
This work was all very personal for her as she too was a kid in care of the system. While Kenea’ is not an addict, she is a product of. Having had a difficult childhood, she has dealt with the disease of addiction indirectly all her life. Negeglect and abuse was a constant for her and her siblings which eventually led her to raise herself.
Kenea’ accredits God’s Grace and Mercy for sending several strong women her way; women with kids of their own yet welcomed her without hesitation. Because of this, she did not fall victim to her circumstances and fought long and hard to make a life for herself.
She helped her husband build a male a 30 bed male sober living facility in Boynton Beach which they’ve operated for over 8 years. This is where her purpose became clear. While working in Child Welfare, she managed case loads of families whose children were taken into foster care mainly as a result of abuse & addiction.
Working with these broken families gave her a renewed passion to help women overcome the challenges her mother faced through addiction. “Working closely with mom’s who wanted nothing more than an opportunity to get clean & sober and bring their children home, I realized that their children’s stories mirrored my own.”
When Megan presented an opportunity to fulfill what Kenea now believes is her God given purpose, doubt told her that she wasn’t qualified but conviction told her otherwise.
Although she had not struggled with addiction, her husband has, her mother has, she lost her father to the disease and other countless friends and family members.
Kenea was reminded that the consequences of addiction has been present in her life for as long as she could remember therfore so has the trauma, pain and suffering that coincides.
Today Kenea is confident in her ability to help families navigate through the devastation addiction brings to a family. To the children who are robbed of a childhood, the spouse who felt alone in a room full of people.
Today her pain of the past fuels her passion to helping women overcome and step into their purpose. People who know her have heard her say many times, “The best thing about my childhood is that it’s over.”
Many women can relate to this feeling and with that being said, Kenea stands firm on not allowing anyone to deem you unsuitable for a position God made just for you. “God doesn’t call on the qualified, he qualifies who he calls on” – Kenea
Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice & Human Services
Certified Child Welfare Case Manager
Certified Recovery Residence Administrator
Kacy is a former resident of Ohio. Her passion for helping others started at a young age which led her to nursing where she obtained a degree as an LPN. She worked actively as an LPN for 13 years in multiple different fields until Alcohol became a major factor in her life. Her struggle with alcohol eventually brought her to Florida in December 2019 for treatment. After a long battle with alcohol for nearly a decade she was officially defeated and ready to put the work in and put her life back together. Now she is an active member of Alcoholic Anomyous and strives to help other alcoholics and addicts.
Her new passion to help other alcoholics and addicts has lead her to house managing at Rose Way Recovery House. Where she is able to lead by
example and share her story of how she has overcome the many obstacles placed in path
throughout her journey in sobriety and watch other alcoholics and addicts overcome these obstacles. One of her biggest obstacles was repairing her relationship with her 15 year old daughter.
Her close relationship with her daughter that alcohol destroyed gave her the perseverance and strength to push through the hard times in sobriety. She knew that the only way to repair it was by staying sober. So she took the suggestions from other recovering alcoholics and addicts and watched many relationships with children be repaired by their continuous length in sobriety. Today she has a relationship with her daughter that she never thought was possible. Her hard work and dedication to Alcoholic Anomyous and helping other alcoholics and addicts havee brought her to a point in her life where she found peace and
Rose Way Mission
THE AIM OF ROSE WAY
Our calling is to see that the women we care for have what they need to build a foundation for lasting recovery.