Where is the wildest place you’ve ever slept?—I bet it’s not as wild as where Gabriel has slept.
Before he came to Providence House, Gabriel has slept at homeless shelters. For a time he slept outside a law office on the concrete without blankets or even a sleeping bag. Once he even slept inside a dumpster because it was pouring rain.
But the first night Gabriel came to Providence House, our donors funded his bedroom where he enjoyed his very own bed. No more concrete. No more dumpsters. Just warmth and healing.
While I personally have slept in a tent without a rain cover, and once tried to—but couldn’t—sleep in a cave, I’ve never slept in places like Gabriel. If I could, I would want to help someone like Gabriel. And I do, by giving monthly.
Over the course of 730 nights (that’s two years!), Gabriel found healing from his trauma through high-quality mental health care, healthy relationships with peers and staff, workforce development, and spiritual renewal—each made possible through the generosity of donors like you.
In his own words, here’s what Gabriel has to say about Providence Network . . .