What is Grace House?

Grace House includes a men’s and women’s drug and alcohol sober living home, and a men’s transitional home, with support.  It’s located in Sacramento, CA, and is a vital and thriving ministry. Grace House is supported by a Board of Directors. This board of directors is responsible for ensuring that Grace House is compliant with any and all city and state ordinances, as well as creating a safe place for its residents to flourish. Contact us for more details!

Why choose Grace House?

When you become a resident of Grace House, you become a member of a family. Everyone needs a house to live in, but with a supportive family, a house becomes a home. The residents that have recently transitioned out of Grace House are living more powerful and free than when they arrived. Best of all, the bonds and friendships that are developed with the Grace House family continue well after a resident has left. A season at Grace House is temporary, but the impact is forever. Get more info!

Here are some great articles about our residents and some letters from our community in support of GraceHouse

  1. Support Letters
  2. https://www.hartstogether.org/post/sobriety-in-citrus-heights


Who qualifies to be a resident at Grace House?

There is an intake process to determine if those applying qualify for residency. Those who do, and are accepted, will follow an agreement that is in line with the expectations of those residing at Grace House. Contact us to see if you, or someone you know, qualifies.

Is there any staff at Grace House?

Yes. Staff is responsible for overseeing house safety, and coordinating any activities and meetings.

Are there any shared costs?

Yes. All accepted residents are expected self-pay the $600/mo for room and board. The majority of beds – 70% – are full pay, and 20% are half-pay, and another 10% are scholarship beds. Contact us to see your cost.

How long is the stay?

Up to one year, or until the resident is ready to live safely out on their own.

What are some expectations of residing at Grace House?

The first 30 days for a new resident at Grace House is referred to as a “blackout period”. Grace House is a sober living home, so oftentimes for new residents, sobriety takes a safe place and some time. There are many opportunities for residents to participate in and grow in their overall well-being. These include 12 step meetings, Bible studies, various activities, and volunteering with the ministry’s food program and homeless outreaches. Contact us to learn more!