308 S Oak St.
Paoli In 47454
Gateway Ministries and Grace Haven is in the process of moving to a new facility where we can house and help a minimum of 20 women in Recovery. If you would like to donate to help us with building cost as well as helping to pay the building off please click on support and online giving and specify Grace Haven.
"A Place of Refuge and Restoration"
Before and After pictures of ladies who have graduated!! Restoration is possible!!!
Grace Haven is a volunteer driven, Christian-based halfway house for women looking to make a new start after being released from incarceration/ for those looking to be set free from addictions. We believe God never gives up on anyone no matter how deep they are into sin's pit! We are striving to help them experience true freedom by allowing God's love and grace to transform their lives to become productive members of our community and in God's kingdom
Our facility is currently located in the basement of Gateway Ministries' building. We have three sleeping rooms for our clients, a sleeping room for the volunteers, a sitting area with TV, a fully functional kitchen with a laundry area, and a bathroom.
Our vision is to build a community of resilient people whose lives have been redeemed by God's love. The lives we help change are not merely examples of God's power to restore broken lives. The folks we help also go on to share that love with others, to pass on the hope they have been given, and to make transformation possible for other.
Opportunities to help us!
Pray for the ministry and those we serve! The effectual, fervent prayers of the righteous avails much.
Sowing into God's kingdom produces eternal rewards!
There will be an ongoing need for items (food, bedding, cleaning supplies, toiletries, hygiene, etc...
There are many volunteering opportunities!
1. Facilitating Bible Studies, recovery classes, and life skill classes.
2. Counseling with our clients to help them see God's life transforming grace!
"Find a need and fill it, find a hurt and heal it."
~Pastor Tommy Barnett, Co-founder of the Los Angeles Dream Center~