Our vision is to create a transitional program that will bridge the gap between rehabilitation or prison and long-term successful, independent sober living. We intend to create a campus that will start with a transitional living home, expand to a transitional “village” of tiny homes and then add an educational building. One day, our dream is to be able to provide a home for women with children! We believe that the Lord has called us to teach women in a hands-on-way how to live a transformed life that only Jesus makes possible!
We offer a residential program for women ages 19 years or older, who desire to transform their lives and maintain recovery as thriving, contributing citizens. We believe the transitional living phase is a missing component, and our goal is to give women the opportunity to learn and practice the skills that result in long-term restoration and recovery. Our program is based on the promises of Isaiah 61: healing, freedom, and restoration are available through a relationship with Jesus.
We offer professional counseling, job skills training, and classes focused on recovery, spiritual growth, budgeting, relationships, and life-skills. We are creating an environment for women to learn the skills and then put them into practice.
We are located in East Alabama.
At Redeeming Grace Ministries, we believe a personal relationship with Jesus is the answer to overcoming every struggle in life.
Our ultimate goal is to see women truly transformed by His grace, living abundant lives! To see the vision come to fruition, we need financial partners.
We estimate the start up costs for the ministry to be approximately $200,000. This would include operational costs for 6 months, purchasing one or two vehicles, setting up the office, furnishing and decorating the home, and hiring 2-3 staff members.
We estimate the cost of monthly operating expenses to be approximately $13,500-15,000 per month for the initial 3-5 residents.
Our promise is to provide the best quality program while being excellent stewards of your gift.
Every journey of recovery starts with a few, uncertain steps. We ask for your help, support, and prayers as we take ours.
Freedom and restoration are possible through a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.