1725 Latrobe Street

Parkersburg, West Virginia



“Before coming here – I lived in abandoned houses; my soul was an abandoned house full of tears. Now you couldn’t knock the smile off my face with a sledge hammer.”- Maurice

“Feeling so hopeless and worthless, I attempted suicide by overdosing a couple of times.  I felt my life had no meaning any more and just wanted to end it all.  Then the Grace Project came and gave me the opportunity to meet God, whom I turned my back on years ago.”-J.T.

“I was sick and tired of being sick and tired.  I was tired of alcohol controlling me and my life. I gave it all to God and let Him guide and direct me.  And with His knowledge and wisdom, I have been sober three months now.  It has been wonderful knowing I don’t need a drink to deal with life’s problems. It is wonderful knowing through prayer and meditation that I can find the answers to any problems I may have.   I am so looking forward to many years of sobriety.”-Andy

“When my dad died, I was the last to know.  I felt angry at God, and I lost my faith in Him. Things are different now.  I joined the Grace Project at the Mission, and I am learning about God…By being treated with kindness and respect, I have begun trusting God again, and I am no longer angry with God.”-Lee