•Experienced Addiction Counselors•Spiritual based program combining the principles of AA and the teachings of Jesus Christ. •Counseling-Group & individual including:o12 step groups, education groups on substance abuse,ocoping skills group,oChristian assertiveness group,ogrief and anger management, osexual abuse groups,oparenting skills group,oaerobic and fitness groups,oGED program, job training,oone on one counseling,oand family counseling.•Aftercare/Continuing Care available
Home of Grace
A Christ Centered Alcohol & Drug Recovery Program
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Celebrating 40 Years Helping WomenRecover from Addiction
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Doris Littleton, executive director of Home of Grace for Women, Inc., has been chosen the 2013 recipient of the Mobile Bar Association's Liberty Bell Award. The Liberty Bell Award was established more than 32 years ago by the American Bar Association to recognize an outstanding citizen who, by his or her services, promoted a better understanding of the Constitution, encouraged respect for the law and courts, stimulated a deeper sense of responsibility and/or fostered a better understanding and appreciation of the rule of law.Mrs. Littleton was presented with her award at the annual Law Day Luncheon of the Mobile Bar Association on May 24. Past Liberty Bell recipients include: Casi Calloway, Joseph Langan; Mary Zoghby; Johnnie Sue Watts; Archbishop Oscar Lipscomb; Judge Michael Zoghby; John U. O'Brien; Dr. Yvonne Kennedy; Judge John Butler; Judge Brevard Hand; Massey Bedsole; Bob Grip; Judge Rosemary Chambers; John P. O'Brien; Chief Sam Cochran; James Sears; Judge Don Davis; Dr. Pat Taylor; Henry Calloway, III; Nann Worel; Dr. Bernard Eichold; and Raymond Brazell.
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A Golf Tournament to Benefit the Home of Grace for Women and the Mission of Hope for Men is being planned. The leadership team at First Baptist North Mobile is organizing this tournament to raise awareness and funds. Please consider sponsorship of this event. More details are found here.
Benefit Golf Tournament
Reverand Charles LittletonRev. Charles Bendel Littleton died September 17th at a local hospital. Born September 25, 1928. Resident of Saraland, AL for thirty years. Formerly of Louisiana.Survived by loving wife Doris Littleton. Two children Susan Rome, Jacksonville, FL and Michael Littleton, Douglasville, GA. Two loving Step children, Diane Helms, Rockford, AL and Donna Velasquez, Saraland, AL. Several precious grandchildren. Grad New Orleans Theologian Seminary. Rev. Littleton an ordained Southern Baptist Minister. Pastored Churches in LA. Central Baptist Church in Monroe, LA. West Side Baptist in Shreveport, LA. First Baptist Goosecreek, S. Carolina. He served as Chaplain at Home f Grace for twenty seven years where he has led many of the ladies to Christ who love him dearly.Service will be held at Home of Grace Chapel 394 Aldock Rd. Eight Mile, AL Friday, September 20th. Viewing will be at 1:00 and funeral service at 2:00.Request that in lew of flowers donation be sent to Home of Grace.Charles was a member of North Mobile First Baptist. Rev. Ed Litton and Rev. Billy Graham will officiate the service.