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More than 150 volunteers helped us create a new playground for our children.
Volunteerto support our children, our events, and an array of projects.
Learn about our two-generation approach delivered through a
holistic, integrated program.
While children stay in our Crisis Nursery, we empower parents to be safe, stable caregivers for their families in our Family Center.
A growing body of data shows crisis nursery programs are a vital service in meeting the needs of families and children in crisis.
$80provides 5 children with snuggly beds and full tummies.
"Providence House was there for me in an emergency when I needed someone to care for my children." – Providence House Parent
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Through your support we can continue to protect at-risk children, empower families in crisis, and build stronger, safer communities for every child.
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Join us for one of our upcoming events or click here for information on hosting your own!
Questions? Contact Donor Engagement Coordinator, Kaylee Quanbeck.
When: Thursday April 30, 2020 - Friday April 30, 2021
When: Friday October 2, 2020, 7:00PM
Where: 78th Street Studios1300 West 78th Street, Cleveland, OH 44102
When: Tuesday December 8, 2020, 5:30PM
Where: FirstEnergy Stadium100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, OH 44114
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We can help you implement or improve a crisis nursery program.
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