Some of our primary goals at Path of Grace are to introduce our residents to a life submitted to Christ, help them receive healing from past traumas, and learn life skills as well as work ethic. We do this by participation in individual and group therapy, AA, bible studies, weekly church services, and therapeutic work assignments. We teach on honesty, integrity, humility, compassion, and serving others. Developing these qualities will make each woman a better mother, wife, daughter, and community member.
The Path of Grace has two Licensed Mental Health Counselors on staff. Our counselors will meet residents in a group and individual setting. They will also closely monitor each resident's progress and growth, offering tools to help secure success in recovery.
We believe developing responsible work habits will be imperative for a productive, prosperous life. Each resident in the program will be given daily work assignments at our program thrift store.
They are learning self-discipline and confidence through their jobs and leadership roles while in the program. Path of Grace is also investing in a savings plan for each resident. This savings plan is a gift; its purpose is to give the residents a clean and fresh start as they leave Path of Grace. This saving plan is also helpful in eliminating the financial pressures that can lead to relapse. A resident graduating at 16 months will receive $3,700, a resident graduating at 18 months will receive $4,800, and a resident graduating at 24 months will receive $8,100.
Many of the women who come to our program do not have the financial resources required to pay for rehabilitation. Even with the large operation budget at Path of Grace, we want recovery to be available for any woman who chooses freedom. Path of Grace charges only $800 per resident for the entire period of commitment to the program. We believe that faith and time are required to sustain lifelong recovery.
To help more women find recovery, we need your help through monetary donations. Your financial support makes recovery possible!
Path of Grace is now helping more women than we ever have. We currently have 53 beds in our main program and 11 graduates and three children in our transitional homes. It’s extremely comforting to know we can offer help to so many women in need.
I’m forever grateful to all of the givers in this community that choose to be a part of this ministry. Every day I see the difference this program is making in the lives of our residents and their families as well.
There’s nothing better than witnessing someone go from down and out, on drugs and alcohol, to having a relationship with Jesus Christ. Seeing them blossom and thrive in their self-esteem and self-worth is something you can't put a price tag on.
I am super excited about everything going on here. We have big plans for Path of Grace. Many more will make it in recovery and many more will be saved!
I thank the good LORD everyday for this amazing job that I love so much!
With a Grateful Heart,
Board of Directors
Jack Anthony / President
Eddie Mansfield / Managing Director