In the State of Michigan, there are thousands of children waiting for a family to call their own. We provide a therapeutic and familial environment for minors who are languishing without the prospect of a permanent family of their own.
Aging out of foster care should not be a viable solution. House of Providence offers a safe and secure home for Michigan’s foster youth to stabilize and thrive, finding hope, healing, and a permanent family.
Jason has led non-profit organizations for nearly two decades as a licensed minister, and Maggie is a therapist on a mission to advocate for the vulnerable children in our communities.
Maggie and Jason Dunn created the House of Providence in 2012 to offer safety and security to children faced with the grim circumstances of the foster care system. Instead of bouncing from house to house, the beautiful facility becomes their home, and loving, dedicated volunteers and staff become their family.
We instill hope in minors who have only known the intense instability of the foster care system by allowing them to stabilize and heal in a therapeutic and familial environment.
We provide several vital intervention and support services combined with individualized care and attention that afford foster children the emotional, mental, and physical security to stabilize and begin to process their difficult journey through trauma focused therapy.
House of Providence provides these children with a family and support system--perhaps for the first time ever--that helps them heal and grow into whole, independent adults realizing their full potential.