Grace Smith House enables individuals and families to live free from domestic violence by providing shelter and apartments, advocacy, counseling and education. Raising the consciousness of the community regarding the extent, type and seriousness of domestic violence and initiating and taking positions on public policies in order to provide options which empower victims of domestic violence

When the House opened in 1981, no one envisioned that the organization would serve over 2,500 families each year, providing shelter, transitional housing, counseling, advocacy, liaison services, children’s services and so much more. Grace Smith House accepts requests for help regardless of a person’s ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation.


Crisis Intervention & High-Risk Danger
Assessment, Counseling & Support Groups
Shelter & Transitional Housing
​Advocacy & Legal Services
Latina Outreach
Children & Youth Programs

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