Grace Ministry of Helping Hands is a community based organization that serves women in recovery and those reentering the community. Volunteers believe strongly in the power of intervention for women who experiencing crises due to chemical dependence, homelessness, and justice involvement. They tailor their street ministry to support these women and remind them that they are valuable members of the community. The detoxification program is a voluntary program that lasts 3 to 5 days and assists women who require medical detoxification prior to entering treatment facilities. Sober living facilities offer women a safe, stable environment to get back on their feet while recovering from chemical dependence and other crises. All residents of the program participate in a 12 step recovery program, including weekly meetings and individualized peer support. For more information about specific services offered through Grace Ministry of Helping Hands, individuals should contact the organization directly using the information on this page.