Grace House is Foundation66’s female-only residential service. The service provides drug and alcohol free support for women with substance misuse problems and complex needs, including domestic violence, offending behaviour, sexual exploitation, homelessness and eating disorders. Specialist support may be provided by specialist partner charities and agencies depending on individual need.
Grace House addresses the gap in women's housing provision and is open to national multi-agency referrals. Our all-female team of drug and alcohol workers provides support through one-to-ones, group work and alternative therapies while residents are responsible for the day-to-day running of the house and aid in each other’s recovery.
Residents stay for between 12 and 24 weeks, gaining more independence as their time progresses, allowing them to develop the skills needed to live independently. In the final stage of the programme, the women move into a bungalow, where each bedroom benefits from its own garden.
- Single and double bedrooms with shared bathroom facilities
- On-site facilities and activities include TV & DVD, recovery garden and creative recovery
- Off-site activities include bowling, cinema, walks, trips to museums
- Registration with local doctors, dentist, opticians
- Sexual health screenings
- Own garden for the final stage of the programme
The service offers a range of specialist programmes including:
- Triple P Positive Parenting Programme
- Six-week domestic violence/sexual violence group work programme
- Sex work group
- Healthy eating groups
- Bio-psychosocial model
- Domestic and sexual violence programme
- Triple P, one-to-ones
- Life story work
- Full group work programme
- Complementary therapies
Please visit our glossary for definitions of the above.
Our specialist service also provides support for residents who have also experienced:
- Domestic and/or sexual violence
- Sexual exploitation
- Mental health needs
- Eating disorders
Who we help: Women aged 18 years and over with substance misuse issues and other complex needs.
Our partners at Grace House:
Recovery through Nature, Equine-assisted psychotherapy, Hearing Voices network, 12-step fellowship meetings, Clean Break, Play therapy, Women in Prison, Solace Women’s Aid, Chrysalis Project, operating from St Mungo’s Broadway
Want to know more? Download the Grace House guide here.
If you are interested in referring to Grace House, please read this brochure.
If you are interested in entering Grace House as a private client, please read this brochure.
Evidence of Effectiveness - A review of the international evidence for Residential Treatment Services shows that there is a strong and consistent evidence base supportive of the benefits of residential treatment that derives both from treatment outcome studies and randomised trials. To read a review of the evidence by Sheffield Hallam University's Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice click here