Good Shepherd Gracenter

Welcome to Good Shepherd Gracenter

2016 gala successThe 2016 fundraiser “A Taste of Autumn” celebrated 55th years of Gracenter. Our friends and supporters came together to honor remarkable individuals and stories of hope. With our deepest gratitude, we announce that we have raised over $30,000! The amount raised is enough to fund the living costs for all our women at Gracenter for over one month.

2016 gala success 2We had about 195 people, beautiful music from the Pro Musica string quartet, and our annual awards ceremony. As part of our program, we honored Elyse Graham, Deputy Executive Director of Five Keys Charter School, and Steve Loveseth, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Healthy Parterships, Inc. They were the recipients of our annual Amazing Grace awards for outstanding contributions in the area of public health and recovery.

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Gracenter is a recovery residence that offers a supportive and gently challenging program for women who wish to strengthen their early sobriety. Typically, participants have completed a primary recovery program and are seeking to re-establish employment, healthy relationships, and deepen their spirituality through participation in 12 Step programs. We are committed to be a healing presence in the lives of women.

Located in San Francisco, and proudly serving the entire San Francisco Bay Area, Gracenter provides a stable and supportive living environment with a healthy balance of structure and independence where women can develop sober living skills as well as offering a network of professional, lay, and peer guidance support. A full-time case manager links them with the educational, employment, health care, child care and other social services they need and helps them navigate these systems to maintain their sobriety.

During their stay, the women of Gracenter learn to develop positive coping skills, as well as build healthy relationships and forge new ones that support their sobriety.

Please consider making a donation today.