Grace House of Nashville Reviews, Cost, Complaints

Grace House of Nashville

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sober living nashville tennesseeThe Basics

Grace House of Nashville is a modest, faith-based sober living facility that provides a safe and structured environment for men in recovery. Located in Nashville, Tennessee, it accepts only self-referred clients and offers variable lengths of stay.

Accommodations and Amenities

The country-style home is in a quiet, residential neighborhood and has a total of 12 beds available. Men share rooms with two to three other residents—each equipped with twin beds, dressers and shared closet space. Outside the home, there is a small yard with a white picket fence and a patio area. The home also features a living room with a TV, a dining room, on-site laundry and a spacious kitchen. Throughout their stay, residents are expected to prepare their own meals.

Rules and Regulations

Most of the rules at Grace House are relatively straightforward. To enter, residents must be able-bodied, 18 years or older and have a minimum of 72 hours sober. They must also have medical clearance from a doctor, be psychologically stable and agree to follow the house’s behavioral contract.

During their stay, residents are required to seek employment, volunteer or pursue further education. While there are some group meetings held on-site, for the most part, residents are allowed to lead their own lives. Grace House is a spiritual program so residents are encouraged to explore their faith and attend church regularly. While not a permanent housing solution, Grace House does offer long-term stays as necessary.

In Summary

Overall, Grace House of Nashville is a basic sober living home for men with an emphasis on faith and independence. Clients are offered a spiritual basis to their recovery while they gain independent living skills, such as self-care, money management and cooking. For men in the area looking for a spiritual sober living home, Grace House of Nashville is worth considering.

Grace House of Nashville
1001 W McKennie Ave
Nashville, TN 37206

Grace House of Nashville Cost: Sliding scale. Reach Grace House of Nashville by phone at (615) 578-8415 or by email at [email protected]. Find Grace House of Nashville on Facebook

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  1. TERESA DAVIS on

    Was the director Mike Smith? He also took money from me and promised a refund but now I cant reach him.

  2. TERESA DAVIS on

    Mike Smith of Grace House of Nashville is a liar and a thief. He has taken a $240 deposit from me and promised my son a bed in his facility which at this point I beleive is a fake. SCAM, SCAM, SCAM, If anyone knows how to reach Mike Smith please let me know.

  3. This place took $600 to rent a room for my nephew’s parole and now won’t return my calls, and their emails are undeliverable. They have been removed from the state’s approved list of halfway houses. Crooks!!! I’m not sure if they are open or not, but DO NOT TRUST them!!!

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