Grace Haven House

To create a caring environment for abused, neglected and at-risk youth through providing and modeling core values: K.I.N.D., Kindness, Integrity, Nutrition, and Diversity.

Our program is a 24-Hour supervised residential facility established for females 12-17 years of age. It addresses the resident’s lack of a stable home environment, consistency and structure. Grace Haven is designed to improve the student’s personal life and prepare them for re-entry into their own homes and the community. Our program offers residents an opportunity to learn independent living skills and enhance their academics. Grace Haven is staffed with experienced educators who communicate and listen well to the concerns of our youth.

Residents are encouraged to modify their behavior patterns and make attitude changes to enhance their personal life.

We strive to change the disadvantaged child into an advantaged adult.

Grace Haven House Leadership

Karlyn Clevert Smith, Chief Administrative Officer

Rashawn ”Niki” Smith-Bolar, M.Ed/QMHP Program Director

RaChelle L. Smith, M.A. Human Services: Marriage & Family Degree/QMHP, LMHP-R