Providence Place Blog

This month, 26 students will graduate from the Center for Higher Independence (CHI). Graduation is an important milestone in their lives. During their 18 months here, they learned how to budget, prepare for an interview, job search, ride the bus and cook. They volunteered, worked at the Work Training Center and — for 80 percent […]

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Adoption, like the birth of a child, is a joyful time, as you welcome a new member of your family into your home. However, also like childbirth, all types of adoption can sometimes trigger a form of depression that can hinder your ability to bond with your child. Fortunately, there are a number of steps […]

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– “Is open adoption risky”. – “Will I feel intruded on by birth parents if they are in our lives”. – “Where are the boundaries in an open adoption?” Sometimes the idea of open adoption offers questions for adoptive parents. However, once they learn more, most find open adoption to be a very healthy experience […]

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Every single year, there are more than 20,000 infants who are placed for adoption right here in the United States. Infant domestic adoption can give these children loving, forever families where they can thrive. We find that many families considering this type of adoption approach it with questions and concerns that, when addressed, make the […]

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