The Elizabeth Stone House shares your concerns about Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we recognize the greater threat it poses to vulnerable populations, including survivors of domestic violence. While our building is not open to non-residents, we are still operating and available to assist you as we continue to adapt and transition our services to fulfill your needs.
If you are in immediate danger or have an emergency, please call 911. If you need emergency shelter or safety, please call Safelink, the statewide, 24-hour hotline at 1-877-785-2020. For non-emergency support, please call us at 617-409-5425.
Aside from our transitional housing, all of our services are free.
Stone House is proud to be part of a resilient community. We know that we are stronger together. Click here for more information and resources.
Do you want to turn your life around? We’re here to help.
If you have faced violence at home and struggled with mental illness or addiction; if you have no home of your own or you’re in danger of losing yours, call us. The Elizabeth Stone House helps people like you stabilize their personal lives, strengthen their families, take control of their finances and find a safe place to live.