ATLANTA - It's now been three years since the tragic passing of Bobbi Kristina Brown in 2015.
Still, her father said he misses her every day and wants to see an end to the kind of domestic violence that claimed her life.
Monday, Bobby Brown joined city officials in South Fulton, Atlanta, and Fulton County to remember Bobbi Kristina with a proclamation in her honor.
The Brown family also announced plans to open the Bobbi Kristina Serenity House here in Atlanta.
It will be an emergency transitional shelter with the goal of providing 24-hour crisis intervention and educational programs.
The family sat down with FOX 5 anchor Cynne Simpson to talk about how they have been coping with their loss and the hope this new center will mean the start of something amazing in her honor. Click the video above to watch.