Good Shepherd Gracenter

Welcome to Good Shepherd Gracenter

2016 Gracenter save the date

We’re a local San Francisco charity and we need your help changing the lives of women! 

Each year, Good Shepherd Gracenter’s annual fundraiser is held to raise awareness and funds to support our mission of helping women without resources break free from drug and alcohol addiction. Gracenter is 501(c)3 non-profit and a Licensed Recovery Residence offering transitional housing with supportive services for low-income women who are leaving a primary drug and alcohol program or custody and choosing a lifestyle of health, wellness, recovery, independence and employment. Many of our women were formerly homeless and now have a new chance at life thanks to the generosity and care of people like you!

Please Save the Date and check back for more information or make a donation today.

 


 Restorative Justice and Talking Circle Training At Gracenter

restorative justiceOn Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016, thirteen staff members of Good Shepherd Gracenter participated in a training given by Cheryl Cutrona, from our sister agency, Good Shepherd Mediation in Philadelphia, PA. Our Opening Ceremony started in a Circle. Cherly introduced us to a heart shaped stone inscribed with the word “peace.” This stone became our “talking piece” and as we passed it around the room; we named, in one word our intention for the day, and explained our connection to Good Shepherd Gracenter. » Read More

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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.