Gracious Homes, Inc. believes that anyone has the ability to change. It all begins with you!
You must be willing to take full responsibility for your actions and totally open to accepting change as a helpful friend rather than something to avoid.
We will help you with the next steps!
Since our founding in 2003, our transitional housing facility and staff have encircled women with structure, support, and a safe environment for participants to rise above devastating, negative elements. We assist women to achieve a sense of worthiness, independence, and effectively manage their lives as they work towards developing specific changes that lead to life-altering improvements.
When a women enters our transitional housing program, she is immediately provided up to 120 days of structured support services that include therapy, counseling, education, and healing from dysfunctional behaviors. As participants progress through the program additional services become available so they can commit fully to completing a successful transition from co-dependency to self-sufficiency.
"When I came into the program I had nothing. The program has helped me to get an apartment and re-establish parental visitation with my daughter."
A supportive environment monitored by either a part-time or full-time specialist.
Receive help regaining housing needs as you transition out of the Gracious Homes facility.
Engage in creating an individualized health plan that will keep you inspired and up to date with nutrition, mindfulness, and fitness concepts.
Learn how to effectively manage your finances, and prepare for future responsibilities.
Attend weekly community groups to enhance and aid your recovery.
It's never too late to learn! Our academic advisor can assist you in pursuing your educational goals at a reasonable pace.
Provided by licensed therapist.
(Available upon request)
Entry into the program is limited. Participants must be referred to Gracious Homes, Inc. Transitional Housing Program by a human service provider such as a case -manager, social worker, family advocate or other clinical service providers.
Two of the following:
Participants must be 30-day alcohol and drug free. Call our office at (269) 966-2947 to inquire more information in regards to eligibility and drug screening.
Participants working or receiving monthly payments (i.e. Social Security, child support, etc.) must provide proof of income at intake.
*If applicable budgeting is a program requirement. Some program fees may be associated
Your Intake Worker will provide you with a contract concerning your services and commitments.
"Do what you can
with what you have,
where you are."