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GRACE House - Emergency Shelter

501 SW 1st Avenue
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
(218) 326-2790




Class of Housing: Emergency shelter

General Information:

Emergency shelter for people over 17 years or older. Temporary emergency shelter including bed, showers, and food.
Can stay up to 30 days. Services offered from 4:30pm - 8am.

Day services also providd: Saturday from 1:30pm - 4pm, Sundays 8:30am - 4pm.

Grace House guests may stay at the shelter for up to 30 days if needed to focus on developing life and job skills that enable them to become more self-sufficient in the community. The shelter is equipped with an on-site mini resources center where guests can access employment and housing opportunities. Private office spaces afford guests the opportunity to meet with Grace House’s trained staff and other professionals in a private, confidential setting.

Services

        Private Sleeping Quarters for Individuals and Families,
        Three Daily Meals
        A Secure Facility Staffed 24-hours-a day, 7-days-a-week
        Job Preparedness and Assistance
        Independent Living Skills Training
        Partnerships with Other Agencies
        Agency Referrals for Housing, Employment & Assistance


Date Of Last Record Update: 01-15-2019


Website: https://www.gracehousemn.org/

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