Our Partners

Valued Collaborators in Women’s Recovery

No one recovers alone. That’s not just the case within our community of healing; but also, we’re proud to have partnered with local and national organizations as collaborators in the effort to help women worldwide find their purpose and their power. Learn more about these valued friends and colleagues below — and if you know of an organization not listed here that’s making an impact, let us know! We’d love to learn more.



Grace & Emerge Recovery Partners


Simple Promise Farms


Located just outside of Austin in Elgin, Texas, Simple Promise Farms is home to an innovative program designed to aid women in their recovery from mental health, trauma, and addiction struggles — through the therapeutic power of gardening.


Members of the Grace & Emerge community are empowered to take charge of a section of the farm's garden, where they nurture various herbs. These herbs are then utilized to produce soothing teas and infused honey. This unique approach offers therapeutic advantages as well as a sense of purpose, responsibility, and accomplishment among the participants.


What’s more, the sales from these artisanal teas and honey are channeled towards addiction recovery scholarships, aiming to support those in recovery and challenge the existing stigmas surrounding addiction.


Brandon Guinn, founder of Simple Promise Farms, has said, "We believe in the healing power of nature and the resilience of the human spirit. Our program nurtures both, offering women a unique platform to rebuild, grow, and rediscover their inner strength."


Founded in 2019, Simple Promise Farms emerged from a father's experience with his son's struggle with addiction. The farm stands as a beacon of hope, embodying the belief that through dedication, community, and service, individuals can triumph over addiction. The farm's activities revolve around the principles of connecting, growing, and serving, emphasizing the importance of healthy relationships for long-term recovery.

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Casa De Miel


“Experience nature. Embrace community. Find restoration.” That’s the promise of Casa de Miel, a local non-profit offering various nature-based programs that allow participants to reocnnect with nature — and themselves.


The weekly Grace & Emerge programming at Casa de Miel includes a variety of activities:


Team Building Activities

Women can get to know themselves and their peers in a relaxed, nourishing environment.


Horse-Facilitated Experiences

Task- and goal-oriented activities involving one or several horses provide peace, joy, and a new sense of possibility.


Regenerative Gardening 

We sow what we reap — in gardening and in life. Regenerative gardening has many lessons for participants, as well as the unparalleled experience of connecting with the earth in a meaningful way.


Meditation & Mindfullness

Women pursuing recovery are often disregulated, distracted, and disconnected. Guided meditations and mindfulness exercises can help balance the polyvagal system and provide deep healing.

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The Lone Star Collective Conference


Grace & Emerge Recovery believes in the power of community to educate, inspire, and transform. For that reason we are proud to be part of the founding team behind the Lone Star Collective Conference — a new addition to the behavioral health industry event landscape. Much more than just a networking opportunity, the Lone Star Collective Conference is an opportunity for organizations to invest in their teams, providing best-in-class training tailored to outreach, admissions, and alumni program professionals. Embracing peer-driven leadership, the Lone Star Collective Conference aims to introduce participants to the latest industry trends and developments while enriching foundational knowledge about our field.

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Hill Country Intergroup


Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem — and Hill Country Intergroup is their local Austin home. AA is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and there are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem. We encourage Grace & Emerge community members and anyone in the Austin area who is struggling to take advantage of the wisdom, fellowship, and support in these rooms. 

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Partner with Grace & Emerge Recovery

Let’s work together to help more women find their purpose. Reach out and let us know how we might be able to create something wonderful together.