Qualified Single Mothers:
- Must be without permanent residency or have active eviction.
- Must have children in physical custody or be pregnant.
- Must be 21 years of age or older.
- Must embrace a sober lifestyle.
- Must willingly engage and participate in programs.
- Must complete all required program goals.
- Must consent to a background check, credit check, and education verification.
If you are in need of our services, please click here and fill out our enrollment application.
You will be contacted within 48 hours of submitting your application either by phone or email. If the phone number doesn't work, an email will be sent.
If 48 hours have passed and you haven't been contacted, please call Lisa Jo at 615-881-3976.
At least one in-person interview is required before you will be welcomed into the program.
An interview does not guarantee placement at Grace Place.
When opportunities open up for placement, Grace Place contacts all prior candidates in the order applied and the placement is first come first served.
I’ve learned so much about myself while at GP — basically, I was combating people who tried showing me love because I didn’t trust.
Through GP, I was able to receive counseling and guidance to work through the pain and trauma that had kept me in bondage for so long. I learned healthy coping skills . . . how to manage my emotions . . . I was able to work through the guilt and shame that I carried as a result of my past.
I learned self-control and boundaries . . . respect for myself and others . . . developing healthy relationships, letting go of fears, dealing with buried emotions, telling someone when I need help . . .
I’m learning to accept myself and love myself.
At GP I was shown grace and love that I had never really experienced; they all knew the depths of my pain and were willing to see that instead of the strong facade I presented to the world around me.
They taught me that I am worth fighting for . . . that my girls and I were all worthy of a better life.
Grace Place has shown me the power of being loved and having family.
Frequently asked questions about qualification:
If you are in imminent danger, you must go to a domestic violence shelter until the imminent threat is gone. Then, you can transition to Grace Place.
Yes. We drug test upon admittance and also randomly.
Grace Place embraces the Recovery Community and we make sure that our programs can be adjusted to support the recovery journey. If you are in active addiction, you must complete a rehabilitation program before coming to Grace Place and then continue to attend recovery meetings.
No, all applicants must apply directly and interview directly with our In-Take Coordinator. Click here for our application.
This does not impact your qualifications for our programs.
In most cases, this does not impact your eligibility.
This does not impact your eligibility. However, completing your GED will be added to your program at Grace Place.