GraceWay is a 501(C)(3)non-profit, faith- based, long-term substance abuse treatment community for women. GraceWay provides a spiritual home environment that empowers residents to become productive members of their families and society through intensive application of the Twelve-Step methodology. Length of stay: 6 months–2 years. GraceWay also offers After Care and Transition Housing (The Way Half-Way House).
We assist non-reading and low-level reading (Grade 5 or below) adults to become functionally literate and offer the opportunity for clients to familiarize themselves with typing and word processing skills in our computer lab. ALAI recruits and trains volunteers to provide these services. Services include: LWR Reading Level Assessment, Private One-on-One Tutoring, ESL (English as a Second Language), and provides reading materials
Support for individuals on their recovery. Male/Female Recovery Groups, Wednesdays AA Group held at 3:00, Pre-GED Classes, Resume Writing and Job Search Support classes, Social Outings and Activities, Basic Computer Classes, Exercise and Nutrition classes, and limited assistance with rent and utilities for individuals that attended A.R.C.
To provide preschool services (educational, health, dental, mental health, nutritional, social services, parent involvement and disability) to children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, or disabling condition