Sober Living Supportive Housing
Safe affordable housing in Southern Delaware. In the center of Historic Georgetown, just a few miles from vast open farmland forest, and 15 miles from some of the East Coast’s most beautiful beaches and beach towns! Walk or bike to work, Nearby bus transportation.
One New Street Georgetown, DE
Men’s Main House and Women’s Apartment
Our Name is Our Mission!
We exist to extend, “Christian Grace.” Our properties provide a safe space to transition to a life of individual freedom and choice! We maintain a safe, clean and sober living environment, with common sense rules enforced democratically.
We encourage a personal relationship with God; for this Jesus said, is the only true path to freedom.
“Who the Son Sets Free Is Free Indeed!” John 8:36
You and I were prisoners held under the bondage of sin; slaves to its instincts. Jesus has the power to set you free from any sin, no matter how intense, or habitual it has been in your life. He forgives you and releases you from the shame and guilt from
all your past, simply by accepting His free gift!
“There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit.” Roman’s 8:1
Grateful for receiving this gift, we share it freely; for this is our mission
Christian Grace, LLC
Our hope is that your stay is a positive, but temporary part of your journey.
We ask that you limit the amount of clothing and personal items to what will fit neatly into the furniture provided. There is no additional storage on the property. Bring as many books as you like, but you must agree to leave most of them on our library shelf, and share as part of the house’s “Take-a-book, Leave a book” rule. We provide free high-speed internet, but rooms don’t have televisions. There is a TV on the courtyard deck for nice weather. Tablets, phones and laptops are fine. We provide clean towels and linens, pillows and blankets, cookware, dishes and utensils. Residents must bring their own toiletries, laundry detergent, toilet paper, and other disposables. Residents supply their own food.