Helping women stop cycles of destructive behavior
Faith-based, recovery-focused programming

What We Do

We cultivate faith-based, recovery-focused programming for our residents in a safe and structured environment. Our mission is to help people stop cycles of destructive behavior related to addiction, trauma and poverty.

About Our Christ-Centered Recovery Community

We champion a Christ-centered recovery community that empowers people to become responsible citizens with hope and purpose for their future. Our program is based on the Social Model as outlined by the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR). This model emphasizes interpersonal aspects of recovery in a home rather than a clinical environment. Mutual peer-support is prioritized and there is a focus on a person-driven, life-long and holistic process for recovery. Biblical principles are incorporated with evidence-based and trauma-informed care. Working closely with mental health treatment providers, nonprofits, churches, local 12-step fellowships and other entities, each individual is provided with the best support possible.

“The staff are amazing! Made some life long friends there.”


Our Recovery Services


Organizational Accountability

Place of Grace is certified by the Indiana Department of Mental Health as a Level 3 Supervised Recovery Residence. We are also members of the Indiana Affiliation of Recovery Residences (INARR), and several of our staff are certified recovery support workers.