The Elizabeth Stone House has two residential programs that provide a wide range of services, in addition to housing, to participants. The Domestic Violence Program provides emergency shelter to adults and their children fleeing a batterer. The Elizabeth Stone House Transitional Housing Program provides housing for adults – and their children – seeking temporary housing while they search for a permanent home.
Note: The building that formerly housed our Therapeutic Community has been destroyed by fire, so we are not currently offering the Therapeutic Community as a separate option. However, we still welcome adults with substance abuse histories and mental health issues into our Domestic Violence Program and our Transitional Housing Program.
All residents are provided with extensive support services on site; and each resident is assigned an advocate who is responsible for helping to identify and obtain other services residents need. All of our residential programs welcome individuals who are in recovery and seeking help to avoid relapse, individuals who have suffered from domestic violence, and individuals with mental health issues. Many of our residents are affected by a combination of these problems.
For more information on our Domestic Violence Program, please contact:
India Arroyo at (617) 427-9801 ext. 400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on our Transitional Housing Program, please contact:
Elisa Alonso at (617) 427-9801 ext. 411 or email@example.com