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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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We know that even the brief time our children spend with us leaves an indelible impression on them, and on us, years after they have left. And for parents and families, we know healing can happen, and that it can last.
In this series of the group on Zoom, Mariah shared that she was feeling more overwhelmed than ever, and through case management, she found out about resources to help her alleviate the current problems she was facing.
Sasha, a busy mother of four, attended the Community Education and Resiliency Program for the first time.
Mom, Keeshia, was referred to Providence House from her therapist through OhioGuidestone. She had recently left a cult five months earlier, was experiencing domestic violence from her son’s father, and was trying to transition herself and her two childr...
Mom, Andrea, self-referred this service period, after previously utilizing Tier 1 services for her daughter, Britney, earlier this calendar year when she wanted to turn herself in to clear a warrant from a DUI.
Dominique reached out to Providence House for her three year old daughter as she was homeless and was unable to stay doubled-up with her daughter
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