Our Job Training Partnership Program

The Bread House & Granary “Nutrition with a Mission”

In 2008, The Bread House & Granary was opened by GraceWay’s founder, Debbie Mazur, to eliminate a massive hurdle faced by our residents, employment. We wanted a safe environment for the women of GraceWay to step into the workforce when that time came in the program. In May of 2016, The Bread House moved into a larger space right down the street from GraceWay, and with this expansion came new opportunities for our job training program , including a kitchen, lunch service, juice bar, specialty coffee bar, wholesale baking, bakery retail store, and event space. This venture has enabled our residents to learn job readiness and training skills, while also providing them with an opportunity to have purpose again and become self-sufficient and financially independent. The Bread House provides all-natural, hand baked goods, and fresh, healthy, and locally sourced meals that everyone can feel good about eating and even better about supporting since a part of their profits go to GraceWay to help keep our program fees affordable. Every Bread House purchase helps enable countless women to live the empowered lives they desire and deserve through the GraceWay program. It is truly “Nutrition with a Mission”! Click on any of the photographs below to be taken to The Bread House & Granary website and learn more about what makes them so special.

Senator Unterman, GraceWay Recovery Residence is a “Center of Excellence”

The Whittlesey House

The Whittlesey House was originally constructed in 1908 and has been restored by GraceWay’s founder, Debbie Mazur, as an elegant event space, bringing people together for weddings, milestone celebrations, dinner parties, and group getaways. This beautiful space offers the women of GraceWay another area for employment when they reach that phase in the program. Click on the photographs below to be taken to The Whittlesey House website and learn more about this gorgeous venue.

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(229) 446-7800 (Admissions Line)
(229) 446-4550 (Administrative)
(229) 344-7405 (Text Us)

GraceWay Recovery Residence
412 West Tift Avenue
Albany, GA  31701

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Albany, GA  31701

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