Stone Meadow House, Durham

Stone Meadow House in County Durham offers refuge accommodation for women and their children fleeing from or at risk of domestic abuse.

The scheme includes nine self-contained furnished two or three bedroom flats. Each flat has access to a large communal space, kitchen and living room.

The flats are divided into two courtyards with garden areas within a fully secure environment. An office is on the grounds and the scheme promotes a homely and safe environment.

We work with customers and their children to provide support for: 

  • building better, healthy relationships
  • maintaining a safe home and environment 
  • budgeting and financial support 
  • self confidence and empowerment 
  • improving and maintaining good mental and physical health 
  • drug/alcohol misuse.

We also offer an out-of-hours service to provide comprehensive support for customers. 

The team works in partnership with the local DAN service which means we can accommodate and support more complex cases.  

How to apply

Stone Meadow House accepts both self-referrals and referrals from professionals

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