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How can we help?

Valley House provides supported accommodation for survivors of domestic abuse aged from 18 years. We offer a range of safe, secure accommodation for single people, families and males fleeing abuse. A package of support around the domestic abuse is offered to all our service users, we also offer emotional and practical support. Referrals into the service are taken 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Referrals can be made by professionals (police, social care, etc) or by self-referral, either via phone, attending our office or completing a form available on our website.

Types of accommodation

  • A range of self-contained, family and shared accommodation
  • Separate accommodation for women and men
  • Accommodation for families with older male children
  • Accessible accommodation for people with disabilities
  • Specialist support for BAME, LGBT, older people and people with care and support needs and other underrepresented groups.

Support we offer

  • Signposting and advocacy
  • Culturally specific support
  • Risk assessment and safety planning
  • 1 to1 case work and structured group work
  • Family support work for families accessing our accommodation
  • Court support for service users involved in criminal justice and civil proceedings
  • On-site Nursery
  • Social activities
  • Counselling Service
  • Peer support groups
  • Learning and Development opportunities
  • Service user involvement and volunteering opportunities
  • Low level follow-on (aftercare) support to reduce isolation, increase confidence and skills

To make a referral or find out more information on domestic abuse please contact our team on:

Referral Line : 0800 328 9084 (24/7)

Email : referrals@valleyhouse.org.uk

Please download and complete: Referral form

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