Grace House is an Alberta Health Services licensed facility.
Grace House offers a 90 day residential recovery program for men addicted to alcohol and/or drugs.
The program is based on the 12 Steps of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and basic life skills: showing the residents how the two, in combination can help lead to a clean, sober life.
Residents participate in group sessions during the morning, are scheduled for regular in house one-on-one sessions during the afternoon and are required to attend 7 self help support meetings per week (AA, CA, NA) in the evenings.
Residents also participate in the Odd Job Squad which is considered a vital component in their recovery. They become a member of the Grace House Team, providing valuable services to community members.
In order to graduate the program residents must:
- complete all 12 Steps within 90 days,
- complete a relapse Prevention module,
- complete an Aftercare plan
Upon graduation, residents can access referrals to other agencies.
All Grace House Alumni are invited to celebrate anniversaries here at the Grace House.
Grace House is a Recovery Home for 12 men, with shared accommodation . Grace House serves males aged 25 and older, who struggle with alcohol or drug addiction and want to live a life of recovery.
Incoming residents must:
- have at least 7 days clean-time, and will be required to participate in Drug/Alcohol Test upon arrival;
- be a resident of Alberta
COVID-19 - During this global health crisis, we have implemented A.H.S. Guidelines with regard to admissions and day to day operations. Currently we are accepting new applicants with a minimum of 10 days Quarantine in a supervised setting. (policy is subject to change).