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Powering the American Dream

The WBC is just one of many functions of the Grace Hill Settlement House which was founded in 1903 to provide comprehensive and coordinated services and resources to immigrant populations, helping them “settle” into their new community. With the goal of supporting their integration into American society both socially and economically, the services and resources offered were health care, food and clothing, language support, housing, and employment readiness

Today, the Settlement House spirit of support—of opportunities to help every child, family, and community succeed—continues to improve lives. Grace Hill strives to provide the opportunity to learn, grow, lead, and prosper through childhood services, entrepreneurial services, and location-based community support hubs. These services provide a path towards a stronger, healthier, and more self-reliant future.