Grace House Residence for Recovering Women

305 North Bellevue Boulevard
Memphis, TN 38105

About Grace House Residence for Recovering Women

Welcome to Grace House Residence for Recovering Women. We offer a variety of services to help women struggling with addiction recover and lead healthy, fulfilling lives. We offer alcohol and drug rehab, dual diagnosis treatment, detoxification, inpatient and outpatient care, sober living homes, and a variety of therapy options including cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, and trauma therapy. We are here to support you on your journey to recovery and provide you with the tools and resources you need to succeed. Thank you for choosing Grace House as your partner in recovery.

Addiction Treatment Programs

  • Alcohol Rehab

    Alcohol Rehab

    Alcohol rehab in Tennessee provides professional treatment to help clients overcome alcohol misuse and build a substance-free life. In an alcohol program you’ll not only receive treatment, but you’ll participate in activities, receive peer support, and learn how to have fun without alcohol.

  • Dual Diagnosis

    Dual Diagnosis

    It’s common to have both a mental health disorder and substance use problems. The right rehab in Tennessee can treat both issues. In dual diagnosis programs, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of those with mental health concerns. This may include additional therapy, medication, or peer support.

  • Opioid Addiction

    Opioid Addiction

    If you’re looking to break free of opioid addiction, a high-quality rehab in Tennessee can help. Common services include counseling and classes on coping skills, emotional management, communication, and other key life skills. Opioid rehab programs can provide inpatient or outpatient treatment.

  • Drug Rehab

    Drug Rehab

    A drug rehab in Tennessee helps people gain the skills they need to overcome addiction and maintain long-term sobriety. The rehab program may use multiple approaches, including nutrition, psychology, holistic methods, and support groups. These tools help you build a substance-free lifestyle and move into long-term recovery.

  • Adult Program

    Adult Program

    An adult program in Tennessee helps clients overcome substance use and address issues such as employment and family. In an adult program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of this age group. This may include talking about how to build a career, raise a family, and handle the many responsibilities of independent living.

  • Women's Rehab

    Women's Rehab

    Women need unique support, and a women’s rehab in Tennessee can help them manage gender-specific concerns while overcoming addiction. In a women’s program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs women have. This may include talking about building a career, motherhood, relationship safety, and more.

  • Young Adult Rehab

    Young Adult Rehab

    A young adult rehab in Tennessee can provide every level of care while addressing the unique needs of young adults. In a young adult program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of this age group. This may include talking about how to start a career, have a family, and live independently.

Insurance Coverage

  • Self-pay options

    Self-pay options

    There are many payment options for rehab in Tennessee, including self-pay. This option, also known as private pay, allows you to write a check, use a medical loan, or send money to the center electronically. The fee structure may vary depending on the type of care.

  • Financial aid

    Financial aid

    One option for paying for rehab in Tennessee, if you’re struggling, is using financial aid programs. You may be able to find aid through community groups in your area, and individual treatment centers may offer grants and scholarships as well.

  • Financing available

    Financing available

    In Tennesee, using financing options when they are available is one of your options when it comes to paying for rehab. Some centers offer financial help such as grants, scholarships, or payment plans. You may also decide to get a medical loan.

  • Sliding scale payment assistance

    Sliding scale payment assistance

    One way to pay for rehab in Tennessee is to find programs with a sliding scale payment plan. Centers offer detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient care on a sliding scale basis, where you pay less based on your income and family size.

  • Free


    There are many ways to get affordable treatment in Tennessee. One option is looking for free rehabs. Most free rehabs are supported by the state or county. Be sure you find a high-quality program run by licensed professionals that uses evidence-based treatment.

Levels of Care

  • 1

    Detox Treatment

    Each rehab in Tennessee is unique, but most of them start with detox. Detox gets you ready to start building new habits, creating healthy relationships, and learn health coping strategies and other essential life skills.

  • 2

    Inpatient Rehab

    In Tennessee, inpatient treatment allows you to live full-time in a safe and supportive environment while getting the care you need to establish long-term recovery. Inpatient care doesn’t just involve therapy, you also enjoy activities and outings, and many programs have holistic treatment like yoga, mindfulness, and more.

  • 3

    Aftercare Support

    Having long-term support and encouragement is vital for long-term recovery, and aftercare in Tennessee provides those resources. A strong aftercare program can include ongoing counseling, education and employment support, housing services, and connections to community resources.

  • 4

    Outpatient Rehab

    For many people, it’s important to be able to work and attend school during treatment, and outpatient treatment in Tennessee gives you that opportunity. During outpatient treatment, clients have independence outside of sessions, allowing them to work, attend school, and practice their new habits in real-world situations.

  • 5

    Sober Living Homes

    Accessing sober living in Tennessee is a way to reduce the risk of relapse, helping you establish long-term recovery. Sober living is only one part of long-term recovery. You may also want to connect with ongoing counseling, 12-step or other support groups, education and employment support, and community resources.


  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy

    Cognitive Behavior Therapy

    Cognitive behavioral therapy acknowledges that your thinking impacts your emotions and actions and helps you create healthier thought patterns. CBT can help you identify and challenge maladaptive thoughts, calm your mind, and face your fears rationally.

  • Group Therapy

    Group Therapy

    Talking about what we’re going through is an important way to heal, and group therapy in Tennessee gives you that opportunity. In rehab, group therapy is only one of the elements of treatment, along with activities, peer support, individual counseling, relapse prevention, and more. Together, all these methods support you in establishing long-term recovery.

  • Individual Therapy

    Individual Therapy

    If you struggle with addiction in Tennessee, it’s common to feel like no one understands you. Individual therapy can help you find professional support. Substance use treatment includes detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient care, and individual therapy may be a part of each of these stages. The goal is to help clients address the roots of addiction, develop motivation to change, and create new habits for a substance-free life.

  • Trauma Therapy

    Trauma Therapy

    During trauma-informed therapy in Tennessee, clients will receive support that acknowledges what they’ve been through and helps them craft a healthier response. Substance use and trauma are interrelated, and trauma-informed therapy involves working with the therapist and your support network to create healthy coping skills, become empowered, and improve resiliance.




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