Roxbury Stone House


Stone House makes a difference in our community by caring for and protecting adult and child survivors of domestic abuse, and helping them rebuild safe, secure, independent lives of purpose and self-fulfillment.

Stone House opened its doors in 1974 as an alternative to institutionalization for women with mental health issues. Since then, we’ve evolved into a robust, inclusive and essential home/community space for adult, child and family survivors of domestic violence.

Like a traditional stone house, our facility provides protection, safety and an overall sense of well-being. Our tailored programs for care, assistance and personal enrichment help rebuild lives — enabling futures with enduring hope, purpose and fulfillment.

Provides one taxi or ride-share to transport a client out of immediate danger and to a safe location.
Gives an an individual aid for groceries for one week.
Provides diapers for one infant at the Stone House Early Learning Center for one month.


2021 Budget
72%Program Spend
18%Management Spend
9%Fundraising Spend
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