The house is for women who:
• Are low income
• In transition
• Can live independently safely
If this sounds like you and you need accommodation, contact our Manager or Support Worker. Availability is limited, but we keep a waitlist and may be able to refer you to another housing provider. If this doesn’t sound like you, try this page for more options.
There are three weekly rates (including power, phone, and WiFi) depending on the room size:
There is also a bond of one week’s rent.
Women who live in the House are expected to be respectful and agree to certain rules that will be explained to you by the Manager or Support Worker. Some of the most important rules are:
• No alcohol or drugs in the house
• No being at the house while under the influence
• No violent, abusive, or bullying behaviour
• Visitors only in the common areas
• The house is smokefree inside
Who Stays at the House?
Residents may be escaping an abusive or unsafe situation. They could be a young woman newly arrived in Wellington, or an older woman needing the company of others.
Some women have particular health needs or have recently left prison or supported accommodation.
The house is a safe haven that lets women get back on their feet and take the next steps in their life. The Manager and Support Worker connect women with other services to help them achieve their goals.
To get our referral form