Shared Experiences Available to Residents:
- Bible studies with life applications
- Family Meals
- Exercise – Christian yoga, Zumba, stretching, power circuit
- Partner with Dress for Success to look our best!
- Finances – Budgeting and repairing credit
- Nutrition – How to make small changes for the good
- Counseling – Trauma recovery, focus-based needs, grief support
- Celebrate Recovery – Protecting our sobriety
- Education – Supporting women who desire to continue their education levels
- Seeking Employment – Resume, interview skills, dress and demeanor
We provide transitional housing for post-incarcerated women. But there’s so much more!
We want our residents to feel loved and part of our family. Our strongest desire is that each woman comes to understand the love of God through a relationship with Jesus.
We provide food, clothing, hygiene, counseling, medical advocacy and employment assistance. As each woman grows in confidence and independence, we help her transition to her own apartment while continuing a relationship through Bible studies, Life Skill Classes and worship time.
Every now and then God places a vision in our hearts and minds so strong it can’t be ignored. Six years ago, God gave this vision to Robyn as she worked with finding housing for women being released from jail and prison. Caring for newborn grandchildren and recovering from the news of cancer took the focus away for a season. After she received an “all-clear” from her doctor, God began the wheels in motion again. Several people approached Robyn with offers of help as God guided the process of becoming a non-profit corporation, obtaining a tax ID, procuring a name and a house. In January, 2020, the house opened to begin restoring lives. To God be the Glory!
Board of Directors
Founder and Board President
Pastor Robyn spent 35 years in the accounting/finance industry. She has an MBA in Finance and is also ordained. She has been married to Rick for 45 years. They have two sons and she also enjoys being “Nana” to their four grandchildren. Robyn has a heart for jail ministry and helping women get a fresh start. She has been a jail minister for the past 12 years. It was through God’s vision six years ago that House of Grace is finally a reality.
Ms. Butler earned a BS in Social Work from Arizona State University. She served four years in the Air Force. She is a mother of three sons and grandmother of two. Ms. Butler has worked for the State of Arizona in various capacities such as Eligibility Worker for Department of Economic Security. She is also a gifted motivational speaker and life coach.
Ms. Crouch has a broad history in administration for various industries over the years. She is wife to Mike and VP of their own consulting firm. She is mom of three children, Nana to five and Great-Nana to one gorgeous boy. She is currently a Wedding and Bereavement Coordinator for Scottsdale Bible Church; and a volunteer leader for Helping One Woman. Ms. Crouch’s interest in House of Grace began with watching Pastor Robyn minister to and love her daughter as she struggled with addiction. Over the last few years Ms. Crouch and her husband were led by God to simply follow his lead in giving support to the women who come through the doors at House of Grace.
Ms. Jamison received her BA in Business Economics from Concordia College, Moorhead. Her career in finance evolved over the past 30 years. Currently, she is a Senior Relationship Manager at JP Morgan Chase Business Banking. Ms. Jamison has served on the Board of Yavapai Guidance Clinic, American Lutheran Church, and her local chapter of P.E.O., a non-profit supporting the education of women. She is drawn to the Ministry of House of Grace as she feels strongly about God’s call to spread the Good News to all people. Ms. Jamison has two children and has been married 45 years.
Mr. Jamison earned his BA in Business Administration and Political Science from Concordia College, Moorhead. He began his career with Brown Shoe Company and earned his way to the corporate office before going into business for himself. He developed his own chain of Naturalizer Shoe stores in California. Moving to Prescott, AZ, Mr. Jamison became interested in residential real estate, which he did until his retirement. He was drawn to the ministry provided through House of Grace because it provided a means to expose people to the love of Jesus by providing for their basic needs once outside of jail. Mr. Jamison currently resides in Prescott with his wife and enjoys golf and travel.
Ms. McCurly has a Masters in Educational Leadership and a BS in Business Management. Throughout her childhood, she and her family were migrant workers following the harvest. Seeing a great need for quality educators, she dedicated herself to working in education. Ms. McCurly taught elementary school, has been a peer evaluator for other teachers and finally worked as an Education Administrator. She has been married to John for 36 years and has two sons and two granddaughters.
If you or someone you know was an incarcerated woman in need of transitional housing, please contact us.