A Final Shout out to our Honorees!
Michele James, Outstanding Graduate for 2021
Received her Certificate of Honor from Hillary Ronen, San Francisco Supervisor, District 9 and her Certificate of Achievement from Good Shepherd Gracenter.
Michelle Tapia, Outstanding Volunteer for 2021
Received her Certificate of Honor from Hillary Ronan, San Francisco Supervisor, District 9 and her Certificate of Appreciation from Good Shepherd Gracenter.
Both received a Serenity Prayer decorative throw from Good Shepherd Gracenter.
We are so grateful for our graduates and volunteers
and for each of our Partners in Mission.
A special thanks to Robyn Grant McCardel
who helped so much with the Gala!
Thank you for your continued support of
Good Shepherd Gracenter.
As we celebrate sixty years of its construction
we look forward to our coming expansion of five more bedrooms
so that we can continue to offer even more women
the opportunity to live life fully, strengthen their families and
enrich their communities.
May the blessings of the Thanksgiving Season
be on each of you and your families!
Gratitude is the Memory of the Heart.
A Woman's Recovery Begins with Grace
Good Shepherd Gracenter is a recovery residence that offers a supportive and gently challenging program for women who wish to strengthen their early sobriety. Typically, participants have completed a primary recovery program and are seeking to re-establish employment, healthy relationships, and deepen their spirituality through participation in 12 Step fellowships.
By strengthening women in recovery, they in turn strengthen their families and strong families create safe and peaceful communities.