Good Shepherd Gracenter

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Join us for our 2016 Fundraiser!

This year, Good Shepherd Gracenter is delighted to host our fundraiser lunch: "A Taste of Autumn", Sunday September 25, 2016 from 11am to 1:30pm at Patio Espanol Restaurant. We are expecting 225 guests for our celebration of family, gratitude, and grace!

2016 Gracenter save the date

A Taste of Autumn 2016 Fundraiser
Patio Espanol Restaurant
2850 Alemany Boulevard, SF
Sunday, September 25, 2016
11am to 1:30pm

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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!

The event is open all ages and features the Pro Musica String Quartet, a scrumptious lunch, our annual awards ceremony, and silent auction. The Amazing Grace awards are held to honor the remarkable individuals who have contributed to the areas of public health and recovery, offering strength, hope and resilience. Following the lunch there will be an open house and tour of Gracenter where guests can experience the homelike atmosphere where women in recovery thrive.

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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.