For more than thirty-five years, we helped over four hundred women break free of their addictive lifestyles. With Christian values at the centre of our approach, we created a safe and nurturing environment built on mutual respect and accountability.
The first Hebron House
Bill and Norma Gordon began the project which was to become Hebron House in 1987. They had a vision for sharing their family home with individuals struggling with addiction, believing that people would benefit from being part of a structured family environment. They soon purchased their first home and in 1988 Hebron House became a care home registered with Norfolk County Council, able to take up to 5 women with addiction problems.
In 1993 the Hebron Trust came into being as the project took on charity status, and expanded into a second building. Hebron Trust became recognised all over the country as a high quality professional service providing support for up to 10 women with serious drug and alcohol addictions.
Hebron Housing begins
The addition of our follow-on homes allowed us to offer specialist independent living support to Hebron graduates who want to make a life for themselves in Norfolk. Many of the women in our supported homes and those that returned to their homes across the country are now in education or employment, living full and loving lives.