We believe that women and children have a right to live free from all forms of violence and abuse

Who we are

My Sisters Place is a specialist domestic abuse service based in central Middlesbrough. We support over a thousand women a year through a range of challenges, choices and decisions. Need Help? Speak to us, we can help you work through your options and choices and support you to do whats right for you. First step... make that call 01642 241864

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Location: 123, Borough Road,MIDDLESBROUGH, Middlesbrough

Support services

We offer numerous services including: Independent Domestic Violence Advocate

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We support over 1,000 women and their children every year to live safely, gain access to justice and improve their health and well-being.

Fundraising ideas

If you are considering fundraising for us firstly- thankyou. Please contact our fundraising manager Vicky Fisher on 01642 256038 to discuss

Latest news

  • Congratulations - MSP's Counselling and Therapeutic Services successfully renews it BACP Service Accreditation!!!!

    Service Accreditation, is a recognised quality standard awarded by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy to organisations who are able to demonstrate and evidence that they are accountable, ethical, professional and responsive in their provision of counselling and psychotherapy services to clients, staff, volunteers and stakeholders Read more

  • Local Authority Supporting People Consultation

    Your chance to have your say Middlesbrough Council are consulting service users and other interested stakeholders on their proposals to make savings/realign provision for homelessness, and redesign their approach to commissioning services for people with needs around homelessness, domestic abuse, and sexual violence. Read more

  • Therapy: Why its important to know the service you are going to can get you to where you want to be.

    When we make the decision and commitment emotionally and time wise to therapy we want to know that the service were accessing is able to meet our needs and get us to where we want to be. Read more

  • Trauma from Survivors Perspectives

    This research and music project was a collaboration between My Sisters Place Domestic Abuse Service , Newcastle University, and folk band Ribbon Road in spring/summer 2018. Prof Rachel Pain and songwriter Brenda Heslop worked with 10 survivors, who called themselves the Paper Dolls Research Group. Read more

  • CHARITY SHOP EXPANDS TO LARGER PREMISES

    We have recently opened our bigger, better and brighter charity shop at Captain Cook Square in Middlesbrough. The shop will not only support the charity through raising finds but is a welcoming space for all and we look forward to engaging with our local community. Read more

Training and events

  • Great North Run

    THANK YOU! Read more

  • My Sisters Place Charity Ball 2019

    SAVE THE DATE! Keep Friday 10th May 2019 free in your diary and come and support us at our annual charity ball. More details to follow shortly! Read more

  • Elvis Tribute Night 2019!

    Our Elvis night is back for 2019! Read more

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