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
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. Dominique was employed at Family Dollar and had childcare for her daughter, but no housing.
During the service period, Dominique completed case management, parent education, and trauma services. She also visited her daughter at least twice a week for at least an hour at a time. Providence House was able to provide transportation for her daughter daily, to her Head Start program, and she also attended a field trip to the Children’s Museum of Cleveland and participated in trick-or-treating for Halloween.
Dominique maintained employment at Family Dollar and saved enough money to rent a room of a house for her and her daughter to live in while she waited on a Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) unit to become available. Dominique is now enrolled in the aftercare program and has been maintained her housing, childcare, and employment. Back to Stories
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