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Your Gift Changes Lives

Place of Grace is a recovery residence that focuses on relationships. As our residents move from addiction and incarceration into recovery and freedom, they need to re-establish routines, resources and connections. Our safe, sober living environment and referral services provide people with a stable foundation on which they can begin to rebuild their lives.


Connections are created with peers, church family, mentor, counselor, staff members and volunteers to promote lifelong recovery.


We work closely with mental health treatment providers, nonprofits, local 12-step fellowships and other entities to provide the best support possible for each individual.

“The opposite of addiction is not sobriety. The opposite of addiction is connection.”

Johann Hari

"To say Place of Grace is amazing would be an understatement. They gave me my life back."

Jenny2020 Graduate

"My time at Place of Grace gave me the love, support, safety, freedom, structure, and tools I needed to enter back into the world after years of incarceration."

Paula2019 Graduate

Are my donations tax deductible?

Yes! Place of Grace is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization, and all donations are tax deductible.

How does my gift change lives?

Your financial gift supports long-term recovery services in our therapeutic home, helping residents break the cycle of destructive behavior related to addiction, abuse and poverty. Learn more about our program »

Can I give by check?

Absolutely! Please make checks payable to Place of Grace and mail to PO Box 5172, Huntington, IN 46750.

Can I give non-monetary resources?

Yes. Non-monetary or “in-kind” gifts are welcome and very much appreciated. These types of donations help us spread our budget further.

Who do I contact about making Place of Grace a part of my estate plan?

If you would like to create a lasting legacy at Place of Grace that will change lives for years to come, please contact our Executive Director, Brittany Renkenberger at (260) 358-7529 or

About the People We Help

Self-reported information (as of July 2020) from residents at intake tells us:

  • 77% experienced domestic violence
  • 75% started using drugs or alcohol prior to turning 18
  • 75% have at least one parent with a substance use disorder or criminal history
  • 68% have been diagnosed with a mental disorder prior to joining the program
  • 51% experienced sexual abuse
  • 40% experienced rape
  • 36% experienced child abuse/neglect
About Our Work

As a result of their time in our residential program, our graduates self-report:

  • 96% saw an increase in knowledge of community resources
  • 84% saw an increase in self-esteem
  • 76% saw a strengthening in their walk with God
  • 76% saw an improvement in their mental state of health