GRACE Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing
Grapevine, TX
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610 Shady Brook Drive
Grapevine, TX - 76099

(817) 488-7009 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. development@gracegrapevine.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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Last-Modified: 2020-08-04 08:25:29

Office hours: Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm Wednesday 12:30- 5:30pm The Transitional Housing Program (TH) allows homeless families to enjoy clean, stable housing for up to two years while they work toward independence. Housed clients participate in intensive case management, educational, career, and financial goals during their stay. All activities are aimed at self-determination and eventual self-sufficiency. TH case managers use a number of measures to track progress towards financial, educational and behavior modification goals. Case management appointments are scheduled on a weekly basis and case managers assist with day-to-day functioning. Families live in 1- or 2-bedroom efficiency apartments that are completely furnished with donated furniture and housewares. The homes are made ready for move-in by GRACE volunteers. Families receive vouchers for provisions at the GRACE Food Pantry, Clothing Room and/or the GRACE resale store GRACEful Buys. Medical needs are cared for at the GRACE Community Clinic and additional needs such as transportation costs, tuition aid and school supplies, daycare and other expenses are funded through GRACE Client Services program or through referrals/collaborations with other service agencies or churches.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: As a steward of God’s blessings and resources in the community, GRACE demonstrates compassion for those less fortunate by providing assistance to individuals and families in crisis and guidance toward self-sufficiency.

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Anonymous - Jan 17, 2019

Need help finding an affordable apartment for me and my two kids i work but i don't make enough money ath this time I'm new to Tx an need help finding more resources to help me find a place of my own.

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  1. A place to stay posted July 7, 2019
  2. Homeless and hibutually posted August 1, 2019
  3. I just got out of county jail after 8 months and do not have the money or an apt. I need transitional housing for a few months. I do not have an addiction problem but need a place to help me get a start. posted August 30, 2019
  4. I had been sober from 2008 untill 2019 and at the beginning of the year I found myself in a situation where I slipped up and let my guard down. I was addicted to and am struggling with meth. I know that the stress of just recently losing my apt because of differences between my girlfriend and I and then getting scammed by a fake real-estate agent losing nearly a 1000 $ has put me in a bind posted August 12, 2019
  5. My fiancé has been diagnosed with psychosis and bipolar depression, I relapsed and started using meth last year when she was first admitted into a psychiatric treatment center, I became sober while she was in treatment, worked two job and took care of my daughter, went to visit and support my fiancé everyday. When she got out I worked hard too get a place of our own. She began having episodes. posted August 17, 2019
  6. My 3 children and i have to vacate our resident due to rent to high and lack of clientele from my job we have to vacate by th 13th. Of sept. We live in the los angeles area posted September 5, 2019
  7. Drugs posted September 8, 2019
  8. I am in a very unhealthy and controlling relationship. I have 2 kids by this man. He is a good father but not a good man to me. I am completely dependent on him bc all of family have passed. I am tired of being controlled and abused. I am trying my very best to stay clean and sober but the living environment here is almost impossible. I have no help or family or place to go. posted September 15, 2019
  9. For the last 4 years I took care of my grandmother who was going blind, diabetic, and had dementia. The state paid my mom 38 hrs a week and my mom paid me. Well my grandma died June 29th and because I wasn’t on the lease I was evicted. Every decision in everything I did revolved around caring for her. But now I’m sleeping in my car and struggling to just to make my car payment. posted September 22, 2019
  10. My wife and I separated and I am unable to work due to a broken leg. I had to have sugery on the leg and they out a plate and pins. Unfortunately I am unable to work during the healing process and am currently sleeping In a car with a lot of pain and showering at my gym. I need a place temporarily to heal and get on my feet again. posted March 2, 2020
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  1. Yes I used this kind of housing in the past and I stayed sober for over 10 years posted August 12, 2019
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  1. Waipahu posted September 8, 2019
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