"Grace House" Buffalo
"Grace House" Buffalo opened in 2001, and has grown from a single facility, 5-bed program to an 11-facility, 100-bed program that encompasses primary program stabilization beds, as well as "phase 2" transitional housing and aftercare supportive housing and rental facilities. "Grace House" Buffalo operates under the leadership of Saving Grace Ministries, Inc. founder and CEO Rev. Terry King and Executive Director Mike Wing.
"Grace House" Rochester
In 2004, Rev. Jim Crowley, Senior Pastor at New Testament Christian Church in Greece, NY, together with the church elders and congregant Don Buongiorne, identified a significant need in Rochester for housing for men returning from prison. Through Elim Fellowship, Jim Crowley met Rev. Terry King, founder and Executive Director of Saving Grace Ministries, Inc. in Buffalo, and invited him to come and preach at his NTCC. Reverend King’s passion and anointing were evident and touched the hearts of everyone present. Soon afterwards, a meeting was set up to explore the possibility of bringing the “Grace House” Buffalo model to Rochester. After three years of planning and preparation, a building on Amherst Street, near Monroe Ave. was purchased to become the first “Grace House” Rochester.
"Grace House" Elmira
“Grace House” Elmira opened for residents in July of 2015, providing 9 beds for undomiciled men returning to the community from prison. The agency is led by a local board of directors and currently operates under two New York State contracts.
Grace House Tampa
Saving Grace Ministries of Tampa Bay, Inc. was incorporated in August of 2013, purchased its first property in 2014, and is in the process of renovating the future home of "Grace House" Tampa Bay.