Providence Place Hosting Grand Opening Event

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April 25, 2019

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Celebrating the opening of My Mariposa Home. A transitional housing program for survivors of human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.  

San Antonio, TX:  Providence Place, located at 6487 Whitby Road, San Antonio, TX 78240 will host a Grand Opening Celebration of their newest program, My Mariposa Home; which is an eighteen month transitional housing program providing transformative and restorative care to female survivors of human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence. The event will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, May 24, 2019 on the beautiful 25 acre campus in front of the Administrative Building.  

Notable Speakers: First Lady Cecilia Abbott, Congressman Will Hurd, Councilwoman Ana Sondoval; and San Antonio’s Sheriff, Javier Salazar will be keynote speakers at the event.  

The President and CEO of Providence Place, Dr. Judith Bell, commented on the event saying, “we are thrilled that the wife of our Governor, First Lady Cecilia Abbott, is supportive of this issue and interested in being at our event to see how this program will transform lives!” And, she continued, “each of our distinguished speakers has been and continues to be extremely supportive of Providence Place.”  

Hundreds are expected to attend this event; from other nonprofits in San Antonio, distinguished community members, and those from all walks of life who share the vision of wanting to see help for those who have survived traumatic life events.    

Parking for the event will be at the Fellowship Bible Church located at 8603 Huebner Road in San Antonio, TX 78240. Shuttle Service to and from the parking area will begin at 8:15 a.m.

Members of the Press: Please contact Brian Sullivan at 210-696-2410 ext. 105 or e-mail for additional information about this exciting event.  

Providence Place was established in 1895 and is a nonprofit for purpose organization writing future stories since 1895.



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