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I’m nominating Providence House – a crisis nursery in Cleveland and one of the first crisis nurseries in the nation. Providence House protects at-risk children and supports families, strengthening communities. Providence House provides emergency shelter and crisis care to children newborn to twelve years old. They are licensed by the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services to operate 24/7 and can serve up to 20 children at a time in our traditional Crisis Nursery (300 per year). The Pediatric Crisis Nursery (formerly The Wellness Nursery) can serve an additional 10 children at a time (100 per year) who also have medical needs. The work done at Providence House is making an immediate impact in the Greater Cleveland area and the staff are impacting children and families who may have no one to support them.