Tiffany came to Providence House for help caring for her two young boys after escaping a domestic violence situation with the children’s father.
She had lost her housing and her job while in the process of filing the domestic violence charges. While she had a protection order for herself, she did not have coverage for her children and was nervous about him finding them. With no space in the shelter system, Tiffany turned to Providence House for support. While the two boys stayed in our emergency shelter, she was able to find a new job as an STNA and enroll her children in daycare. Tiffany was able to maintain her sons’ services with Help Me Grow, participate in her own counseling services, and address the legal needs of her domestic violence case. After 60 days Tiffany moved with the boys to a family shelter while they waited for more permanent housing. Tiffany is now in her own apartment with her children and active in the Providence House Aftercare program.
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