Our Mission

The Program

Our purpose is to provide women with an effective and comprehensive Christian faith-based solution to life-controlling problems. By applying biblical principles it is our belief that people with life controlling addictions can become mentally-sound, emotionally-balanced, socially-adjusted, physically-well, and spiritually-alive.

Our goal is to help residents establish chemical-free lifestyles in connection with issues they identify as life-controlling and to recognize that these skills and tools are transferable to future problems and challenges they will face.

The Plan

This faith-based residential program assists individuals in recovering from drug and alcohol addiction and the life-controlling problems associated with it. In addition, residents work on overcoming rebellion and the self-destructive behaviors associated with their substance abuse and developing positive life skills. Residents participate in spiritual growth activities, individual counseling, and various outreaches.

Background Information

Saving Grace Women’s Home, Inc is a registered 501(c)(3) organization, established in Houston, TX in 2015. We accept women from all over the country to come in and get help, and to date have served women from over 15 different states. In January of 2021, we were able to open our second location in Baker, Florida. In April of 2022, we were given the opportunity to take over operations for a similar organization; allowing us to add locations in Dover, AR, Brandon, MS and Knoxville, TN.

Our Focus

  • Helping residents develop a spiritual life that provides inner-strength and a foundation for lasting recovery.
  • Helping residents identify and replace negative and unhealthy core beliefs.
  • The students give their testimonies to various groups and it is our understanding that this has a twofold benefit; it enables the student to rehearse their current spiritual journey and it allows the student to be an agent of hope.
  • Life Skills development in areas such as personal and family relationships, self-acceptance, relapse prevention, social skills development, anger management, recreation, etc.

The Bottom Line

Saving Grace is a place for those who desire to develop a new life free from the devastation of drug and alcohol abuse. Since the beginning, all of our Centers have founded our program on the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Biblical truths have physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually unchained the lives of thousands of addicts. We have a saying that our students are transformed from “hopeless dope addicts to dopeless hope addicts.”

Those lost in addiction need to know there is a new life waiting for them through the life-changing power of Jesus. Saving Grace is in the business of providing a future for families as well as individuals who desire a positive and optimistic transformation in their lives.

Work Study Program

Through our adult work-study program, residents have the opportunity to develop a strong work ethic while learning new skills and the importance of teamwork and a good attitude. Work study consists of tasks such as administrative tasks, kitchen clean-up, laundry, janitorial duties, simple maintenance projects and wood working. These activities help residents understand personal responsibility for their own living space and the importance of serving others.

The Hard Truth

According to the 2002 National Survey on Drug Use, an estimated 7.7 million individuals age 12 or older were in need of care for an illicit drug problem. Furthermore, an estimated 18.6 million persons age 12 or older were in need of assistance for an alcohol problem.

Saving Grace has responded with action to statistics like these. Providing residential care for women seeking freedom from life-controlling problems, Saving Grace has become a safe haven for the suffering to experience an opportunity to belong and a place to start over. Where residential care is needed, we offer a well-developed, multi-phased discipleship training program. We also provide prevention programs to thousands each year through public school assemblies and church meetings.

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