The Youth Program at Grace House serves girls ages 6-18 who have been removed from their parental homes and placed in state custody. These girls are provided with 24/7 care. Our goal is to create a family atmosphere for each girl - homecooked meals, daily devotions, and live-in house parents are just some of the features of our Youth Program.
Our current capacity for girls ages 6-18 is 30 girls in 3 homes.
Grace House 1 - The original home on the Grace House campus, first opened in 1992, and renovated and re-opened in 2020.
Houses up to 10 Elementary aged girls
Grace House 2 - Opened in 2001
Houses up to 10 Middle School aged girls
Grace House 3 - Opened in 2002
Houses up to 10 High School aged girls
Established in 2014, the Transitional Living Program extends Grace House services to girls ages 16-21 who are beginning the process of aging out of the foster care system.
Grace House provides a continuum of care: further guidance and structure for the girls before they assume complete independence. TLP girls work with a licensed social worker and life coach to develop measurable goals related to their education, career, and emotional well-being.
8 of the girls in TLP live on the Grace House campus, while another 10 girls reside off-campus. These 18 girls are provided with the support every young person needs for a successful transition to adulthood, including tuition assistance, living stipends, and life-skills training.