Since its doors opened more than a century ago, Providence Place has served as a safe haven for thousands of women and children in crisis.
One of our most beloved employees retired a few weeks ago after 14-years working for Providence Place.
In late April of 2021, KSAT 12 News invited Providence Place to participate in their Town Hall segment covering Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention month.
In this past year, Providence Place took on the challenge of opening a Supervised Independent Living (SIL) Program during a pandemic.
What is “Aging Out” of Foster Care? In a recent interview with Jessica Butters, Child Placing Director at Providence Place, she gave…
Reaching this milestone is a testament to the dedication and service excellence that Providence Place is known for.
Times like these make that help more essential and yet more challenging at the same time.