Providence House

Community Education and Resiliency Program

Our Community Education and Resiliency Program extends our family preservation programming to parents and guardians in the local community to help them think proactively about their family's stability.

Community Education and Resiliency Program

In April 2019, Providence House began expanding the reach of our successful family preservation services to help families in the community before a serious crisis occurs.


Our Community Education and Resiliency Program brings our case management, parent education, and trauma services to families in the community through many child-serving partner organizations. This prevention-based service allows Providence House to connect with families without having to utilize the crisis nursery program for their children. Programming in advance of a crisis allows participants in this program to think proactively about their family, identify any unmet needs, build upon their strengths, and build social connections with others.

Current Partners

If you are interested in learning more about how Providence House can bring our services to your organization, please contact our Community Services Manager, Dani Lachina.


In our 2021-2022 fiscal year, Providence House served 35 families:

  • 100% of participants felt supported by Providence House staff
  • 93% would participate in a second series of the program
  • 86% would recommend the program to others
  • 75% reported their parenting skills improved
  • 70% said their bond with their child increased during the program
  • 68% experienced a decrease in their trauma symptoms

Below are some statements from parents/guardians who have participated in this program:

  • “This program has been a lot of help to me. It helped me find steps to improve my situation. Great program, very helpful!
  • “This program was so positive! I would love to be a part of another one.”
  • “I have learned a few new things not only from staff but other parents in the program.”
  • “This program made me feel better about myself in the community. It helped me find my voice. I feel and know how important it is to be engaged in the community.”
  • “It was a really good experience and how well the group responded to helping each other.”
  • “Very enjoyable. Learned to cope with different situations.”