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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.
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78th Street Studios
Where: 1300 West 78th Street, Cleveland, OH 44102
When: Friday September 8, 2023, 7:00PM
Save the Date to join PHriends for a night of appetizers, art, raffles, wine and beer tasting, and more to benefit Providence House!
PHriends is a young professionals' organization that works to raise awareness and funds to support our children and families.
Providence House is expanding to address an alarming increase in demand for our services. Your support of our Giving Hope for the PHuture Campaign will help us serve more children and families.
PHriends are young professionals who help raise awareness in the community and support Providence House!
We can help you implement or improve a crisis nursery program.
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2050 West 32nd Street
Cleveland, Oh 44113
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