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SSP @ valley house

SSP @ valley house

SSP at Valley House is part of CDVASS (coventry domestic violence and abuse support services) the services are delivered jointly by SSP, Refuge, Barnardo's and Fry Housing Trust.

CDVASS provide a range of services for victims, children and young people, perpetrators and professionals.

SSP at Valley House provide 24/7 accommodation and support for people (female and male) and their children who are escaping domestic violence and abuse.

Accommodation includes a mix of self contained and shared units, including disability units.

Support includes risk assessments, safety plans, one to one case work, emergency referrals and signposting to other relevant specialist services.

Pathways Covered

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Sex Work


We provide access to a fully trained staff team 24 hours a day and a range of fully furnished, safe and secure shared and single family accommodation.

Who is it for?

•Women/women with their children who are experiencing or have recently experienced domestic violence and abuse.
•During your stay with the service you will have access to practical and emotional support and advice in relation to:-
•Identifying your support needs, such as safety, parenting and physical/mental health
•Benefits and budgeting and any outstanding debts
•Legal services
•Training, education and employment
•Independent living skills
•Future housing options

What we do

Our services include:

  • Supported Accommodation  - Domestic Violence and Abuse. For anyone experiencing or have recently experienced domestic violence and abuse, including children.    
  • Supported Accommodation - Teenage Parents.  
    For teenage parents or expectant mothers between the age of 16 - 20.
  • Emergency Accommodation - offers safe overnight accommodation for women/women and their children who are escaping domestic violence and abuse and for teenage parents.                               
  • Floating Support Services for teenage parents and expectant mothers between the ages of 16 -25 and for homeless families who need support to obtain/sustain their own tenancy. 
  • Children's Centre The Children's Centre opened in June 2006 following 18 months of building work to the nursery which is based at the rear of the Navigation Centre.
  • Services for children, young people and families to enable them to feel valued, optimistic and self-confident in their family and community
  • A Young Person’s Project offering services to young people including young parents to develop their confidence, independence and educational and employability potential
  • Personal and vocational training and education to enable people to recognise and build upon their existing strengths and develop new skills.
  • Counselling and Pre-Counselling Support Service to enable individuals to look at the personal issues that may be affecting their ability to be more fully self-sustaining
  • The Navigation Centre which offers the community a range of facilities, advice and drop in.

Where we do it


Navigation Centre

55-57 Bell Green Road



How to access

Tel 02476 266280


Twitter Page valleyhousecov

Contact name Caroline



Supported accommodation – Domestic violence and abuse – For anyone who is experiencing or has recently experienced domestic violence and abuse

Supported accommodation – Teenage parents – For teenage parents or expectant mothers between the age of 16-20 years

What we do

We provide supported accommodation services for:

  • People experiencing domestic abuse
  • Teenage parents

Where we do it


How to access

Contact Valley House on: 02476 266280