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Ministry Partner Providence Home

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On February 5, 2020

Providence Home is a 56-year-old ministry.

Providence Home is a faith-based transitional home currently housing 36 men and expanding to 63 men by Summer 2020.  Most men arrive at Providence Home weary from prison, jail, alcohol/drug treatment programs, homeless shelters, or other unstable environments.  Residents are not only provided basic needs, such as three meals a day, a safe place to live, dorm-like room, clothing closet, and laundry services, they are also provided a variety of holistic services that address root causes of poverty and help them seek change to realize their personal potential.  In this structured, supportive environment, residents are expected to find a job. 

Our mission is to help stabilize the living conditions of dislocated men and to encourage progress in realizing their full personal potential in self-sufficient living through the power of Jesus Christ.

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