House of Providence



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// MISSION

Founded in 2013, the House of Providence is a safe and secure option for Michigan’s foster youth. It’s a place where they can stabilize and find hope and healing. We provide a therapeutic and familial environment for minors who are languishing without the prospect of a permanent family of their own.


// KEY SERVICES PROVIDED

We provide vital intervention and support services that afford these children safety emotionally, mentally, and physically. As a result of the direct care and individual attention given, the residents who come to us eventually stabilize and are able to receive traumafocused therapy; this helps them process their difficult journey and begin to heal. Stabilization allows a teen to reintegrate into the community by way of a family. Eventually, these youth grow into whole, independent, and successful adults, realizing the potential that God has destined for them. Most importantly, they will become a part of a familiar system of support — perhaps for the first time ever.


// LEADERSHIP

FOUNDERS
Maggie Dunn,
Chief Administrator
Jason Dunn, Operations

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dave Duda, Chair
Nikki Byanski, Secretary
Ricky Giannetti, Treasurer
Debbie Anderson
Christi Giannetti
Crawford Webb
Emily Arredondo


// CONTACT INFORMATION

House of Providence
P.O. Box 07266
Detroit, MI 48207
313-579-1825
thehofp.org

 

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