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

Charity Shop - Captain Cook Square

Call in to our new Charity shop in Captain Cook Square. We have some great stock and every £ raised goes to help local families.Read more

Next week is National Stalking Awareness Week

Stalking is a serious crime - if you want to know more about Stalking see our factsheet.Read more

Big thank you to Vehicle Smart

We would like to thank Chris Varney of Vehicle Smart who raised £435 in support of My Sisters Place through a sponsored fitness challenge.Read more