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Living Grace Homes, Inc

Rating: 4.83 stars   6 reviews 1,132


Henderson NV 89014 USA


Provide a safe haven to youth in crisis pregnancy to allow them to make informed choices moving forward in the best interest of themselves and their babies.


Have provided food, shelter, access to prenatal care, etc to a total of 60 pregnant young women. The average age being 17. There have been over 50 babies born healthy as a result of care provided at Living Grace Home. In 2010 there have been 17 moms who have spent all or part of their pregnancy at Living Grace Home.

Target demographics:

Pregnant youth age 14-22 who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless as a result of their pregnancy.

Direct beneficiaries per year:



Life skills, housekeeping, nutrition, (meal preparation). Parenting, job application, budgeting classes.

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Reviews for Living Grace Homes, Inc

Rating: 5 stars  

Five months into the pregnancy of my second child, I moved to Living Grace. Even though I was dealing with drug addiction, domestic violence, and legal problems, I was welcomed there with open arms. I had dropped out of college. I had never had a job. I had no insurance and nowhere to go.
I got assistance in finding an internship that soon led to a job, one that I have been at for two years. I stayed at Living Grace Home for the duration of my pregnancy and gave birth to a healthy baby girl. Eventually I went on to live in a transition home, but the love and support I received from everyone never ceased.
Now I have my own home for myself and my daughters. I work full-time and I attend school full-time. I'm so very grateful for the everything I received from Living Grace Home. I don't know where I'd be had I not been given the opportunity to be blessed by them.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

have more volunteers!

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How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

How did you find this group?

I saw an article in the newspaper after the birth of my first daughter and wished I would have known about it when I was pregnant with her.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Living Grace Home is a continuous flow of God's goodness in the lives of expectant mothers who have chosen life and provides transition as well. As the only home of its kind in the whole Las Vegas area, it reflects that speck of faith that illuminates the world, a ray of hope that ripples outward, and charity from hearts to hearts (of mom and baby).

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

As a contraceptive woman for over ten years, my involvement in the home has enabled me to compensate for all that I deprived the world through my selfishness and lack of faith. Just witnessing even the few miracles a year is so uplifing.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Help it grow and maybe expand to open other homes in the area.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Without Living Grace, I can only ponder what alternative our young mothers-to-be could be forced into. Would they be left homeless, would they be unable to benefit from counseling, medical treatment, learning home skills as well as caring and tending of a newborn, continue their education or continue to work as some of them do? And worst of all, be so overwhelmed and feel pressured, that they would make a rash decision to terminate their pregnancy and suffer emotiionally for years to come. All of the above are serious problems and endanger the health and well being of not just the mother-to-be, but the child within. However, small as it may be, Living Grace offers the answer, alternative and accepts the responsibility for our community to provide shelter and care for young women who are going through a very difficult time alone and need a helping hand.
47 years ago, I too was an unwed mother, and benefitted from the help of an unwed mother's home. Today, life is great for not just me, but my beautiful 47 year old daughter. "It takes one to know one", and I know that Living Grace fits the bill when it comes to contributing to a community which offers none or very little assistance toward maintaining the life of an emotionally, physically, struggling, pregnant young lady and the innocent of our society. I have contributed and visited the home, and I have seen and heard, first hand, what a viable and most needed shelter Living Grace is for our community. I highly recommend that they be applauded and most generously awarded for what they contribute for Life!

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Meeting and talking to young women who have gone through their stay at Living Grace - and see their healthy, happy babies.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Administratively and practically the program is very well constr;ucted. If I would add anything it would be to expand awareness of the overall program. Too many people in our community are not aware of Living Grace. But, I do know that publicity is a very high cost factor. Perhaps come up with a original, one of a kind, refresing annual fundraising idea.

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Rating: 5 stars  

This organization is one that I have had the privilege of donating to in the past. I strongly support it's mission to help young women who have exercised their "choice" to give the gift of life to their baby.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

I have visited the home in the past and met the residents who were being helped at that time. It truly is a family environment where the young women are being nurtured body and soul.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Wish that there would be more money to help more pregnant young ladies in crisis.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I am a former elected official in Las Vegas and have seen the great works of this organization firsthand. The young women who are fortunate to find Living Grace Home find a supportive environment in which to prepare for motherhood. They are in a home environment and are assigned roles of responsibility. They also have access to family counseling and medical care. Living Grace Home is truly making a difference in the lives of young women in Southern Nevada.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

providing a resource to young women who may not have the support of their own families when they find out they are pregnant and choose to raise their babies.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

attempt to help spread the word about a wonderful community resource.

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Rating: 4 stars  

As a part-time volunteer at Living Grace Homes, who works on the house and books, I have a special view of this organization. My view is from the Inside-looking-out; I see how the moms enter our home as little, scared girls and leave as more mature, confident young mothers, ready to care for themselves and their charges; and from the outside-looking-in; I see Living Grace is a beautiful home, full of concerned, loving adults who give of their time, and talents in unique ways to help young women in need. It is a privilege to be a part of this organization, which has taught me so much and helped me grow to be a more caring and involved member of the Las Vegas community. Every mommy who has walked through our doors has a story to tell and if we take the time, we may become part of their stories.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

the difference in maturity of the mothers who leave after living there for 6-10 months. They come back to visit sometimes and are new, changed women.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

expand the classes and the number of beds.

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