The permanent accommodation is unfurnished and regularly in need of renovation. We want survivors to feel happy and comfortable in their own home, for their well-being and that of their children if they have them. Without a stable home, survivors struggle to feel safe and this can create difficult barriers on their journey to independence.
“When I went there with my two children I cried from joy, I couldn’t believe my eyes that that was my house. It was all completed, all furnished, including a fully fitted kitchen. My children were so very happy. I don’t know what more to say.”
Renovations so far:
43 houses have been renovated into safe and warm homes for survivors.
2 - 3 days is the average number of days to renovate a home from getting the keys.
£300 is the average cost of renovating one home.