Sheltering Grace Ministry – Serving Homeless Pregnant Women

Sheltering Grace Ministry is the only licensed maternity home serving homeless pregnant women over the age of 21 in north Georgia. We provide a comprehensive housing program including shelter, mentors, resources and guidance to homeless pregnant women throughout Metro Atlanta.  Offering home-like setting to mothers in crisis, we strive to provide the best possible environment to ensure the safe arrival of healthy babies.

Programs

Our program is designed to make a positive difference in the lives of these women by promoting healthy lifestyles and thinking, Christian values and life planning. Many of the women who have entered our program have come from unhealthy backgrounds; a cycle of distressed lifecycles. At Sheltering Grace Ministry, we have helped to break that unhealthy cycle with many of our program participants.

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Help for Homeless Pregnant Women

There are many, many homeless pregnant women in our community and around the country. While we serve as many as we can, we can only do so with help from compassionate people like you, who would stand along with us to break the cycle. Your time, your donation, your prayers and your messages will all help us help these homeless pregnant women.

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How we’ve Helped

A relevant and responsible ministry that rescue's and shelters women and unborn children with God's Amazing Grace.

Steven Shearod

sheltering grace is a saving grace. I love and miss yall thank you for all that you've done for us and continue to do....

Tealicia Harbin

A place to rest your weary soul. A place where the truth will always be told. A place led by the Holy Spirit. When you leave this place, you are touched by an angel. Continue the good work. Thanks for an open door where the heart and soul can find rest.

Angela Y Riggins

Sheltering Grace, just the name speaks for itself. I am beyond grateful for the ministry and everyone who has had or who has currently a helping heart. I have truly transformed my life from quite dysfunctional to very stable and positive. I thank God for allowing me the grace to come here and allowing me the courage to choose to keep my son. He is the best part of this journey with the ministry. I Have learned so much and I am sure I will continue to learn and grow. I thank Jesus every night intentionally and even in my dreams. Thank you, love always and forever

Cemetria Casshay

One of God's blessing

Ricky Harris

Contribute

Consider: what if it were your daughter or sister that was one of the homeless pregnant women that came through our program? Wouldn’t you want someone to help? Then please consider contributing to break the cycle.