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More than 150 volunteers helped us create a new playground for our children.
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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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Tuesday, December 10, 2019, 5:30PM
This event graciously supported in part by The Cleveland Browns
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
100 Alfred Lerner Way
Cleveland, OH 44114
Mix, Mingle and Shop!Bring your friends and enjoy a live and silent auction featuring over 200 packages and the 2019 Ed Block Courage Award presentation to a Cleveland Browns player!
Questions? Please contact Events and Marketing Coordinator, Kaylee Quanbeck.
We run affordable background checks on people who work with children.
Join our group for young professionals who educate their peers about Providence House.
We can help you implement or improve a crisis nursery program.
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