- Addiction Recovery Treatment
First established in 1976, Grace House started out as a home for alcoholic women. Over the years, our program has grown and now offers residential and outpatient treatment services for both alcohol and drugs, including detox treatment care. We also provide an integrated treatment approach for cases where both substance abuse and mental health problems are present.
Licensed by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Grace House has remained a CARF-accredited facility since 2003. As a woman-focused facility, our program services women from all walks of life, whether homeless, indigent or self-sufficient.
If you’re a woman who’s struggling with substance abuse issues and don’t know where to turn, Grace House offers a level of support that specifically addresses the challenges you face in daily life. Our program can help you put an end to substance abuse and addiction in your life once and for all.
As with any type of social service agency, Grace House of Memphis Tennessee abides by a set of program policies that help to maintain a sense of safety and security for our clients. Considering the state of emotional and real-life turmoil addiction breeds, it’s all the more important for any treatment program to promote structure and stability in its day-to-day operations.
Our program policies provide clients and staff with clear-cut guidelines so everyone knows what to expect and everyone knows what’s expected of them. Here is a sampling our our policies:
If you have any questions or need help getting started, please don’t hesitate to call our helpline at 800-483-2193(Who Answers?) for assistance.