Grace House

 

Our transitional shelter program for women and their children, provides supportive, temporary housing that is meant to bridge the gap between homelessness and permanent housing.

 

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Grace House offers:

Families will have the opportunity to stay up to one year. During this time, Grace House staff and volunteers will create a supportive community for families to pursue their personal goals.

Our Program Services, In-House Groups, and Activities Include:

  • Parent Support Group
  • On-site Wellness Activities: Yoga, Family Exercise
  • Tutoring and Mentoring for School-Age Children
  • Financial Literacy 
  • Children’s Music / Play Groups
  • Community Meetings
  • Open Playtime Guided by Staff
  • Parenting Group
  • Weekly Field Trips
  • Holiday / Birthday Celebrations

Where

802 W. Broadway, Winona, MN

Grace House can accomodate up to
9 individuals at a time.

Who

Grace House Transitional Shelter

Supporting women and their children, we provide supportive, temporary housing that is meant to bridge the gap between homelessness and permanent housing.

Openings fluctuate with the community needs, please fill out the online form in the link above and we will respond as soon as possible.

Making a Difference…

Good News! We are incredibly proud to share that one of our first families into Grace House has not only made great progress in such a short time, but more importantly, she (mom) is proud of herself!

In only one month she has checked goal after goal off her list; first drivers permit ever, enrolled in college courses, volunteering, attending parenting courses, and other personal goals.

Become a Grace House Volunteer

Grace House Transitional Shelter is looking for female volunteers 18+ to join our volunteer team. Volunteers can choose the amount of days they would like to come, whether that be 2x a month or even weekly. We can work with your schedule.
The volunteer role asks for your help in providing a positive, supportive, mentoring relationship to the families we serve. This could include helping the mothers with their goals, which may include educational goals, assistance with budgeting, or even simply being present and playing board games, reading books, or creating arts and crafts projects with the kids.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, would be interested in touring the shelter and learning more, or would like to learn more about donating to the program, please contact our shelter coordinator at 507.205-7740.
(Women 18+ or girls 12+ with adult- must pass a background check)

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