Providence Place Blog

Just recently, Center for Higher Independence (CHI) students were excited, very excited. A brand-new store opened on Providence Place’s campus. A corner store? A clothing store? A book store? Better! S-Mart! S-Mart is a new store created by the CHI team and students that supplies a range of clothing, accessories, linens, towels and so much […]

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Robert wakes and leaves the Providence Place campus early to ride the bus to his dishwasher job at Cracker Barrel. With traffic, the bus ride can take almost two hours. However, you won’t hear any complaints from Robert. It’s his first job and he’s thrilled to have it. He likes the people he works with […]

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If you and your partner are considering adoption, then you’ve probably realized there are several aspects that need to be properly researched and understood thoroughly. You’re both emotionally ready, but there’s a lot more that goes into adopting than being ready to become a parent. It requires the equal support from each partner to nourish […]

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Sarah Reiter is Providence Place’s Adoption Outreach Coordinator. When she talks about her job, her brown eyes shine and her shoulder-length hair swings as she emphasizes a point she’s making. At 24, she may seem young for the responsibility she has, but it’s clear she’s able to talk easily with troubled young women her age or […]

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