Emphasizing the dignity of every human person, Providence House affirms its commitment to provide shelter and support to homeless, abused and formerly incarcerated women and their children in a hospitable, non-violent, compassionate atmosphere. We also strive to address the causes of injustice and work towards the full and fruitful participation in the community of those with whom we share life.
It was truly a propitious day when Rebecca Blackwell of Wells Fargo Securities introduced Paula Migliore, Director of Mission Effectiveness at Providence House, to Rena Stein and Morgan Jacobs, co-Fou...Read More
A little after 7 am this morning I learned that Sister Mary Dunleavy, CSJ, one of the 4 original ‘founding’ sisters who opened up the very first Providence House had died. A Sister of St. Joseph for...Read More