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About Providence Center

At Providence Center, we believe in people. We believe that everyone should be a part of their community and have access to and enjoy the opportunities around them. We are proud of our exceptional professional staff, our history of service, our community partnerships, and the many men and women who are learning new skills and working and contributing in communities throughout the county.

Give A Gift Today!

Donate now to help support Providence Center's dynamic programs and services. When you make a gift to Providence Center, whether it’s a donation or the gift of volunteer time, you are helping to enrich the lives of 500 of our community’s residents. There are many ways you can help the men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities who count on Providence Center.

Providence Center is a leading non-profit supporting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Anne Arundel County. We are committed to supporting people within their community and helping them advocate for the lives they want.

Our unique person-centered approach allows people to direct the support they want to chart their future and achieve their goals.

Vision

Providence Center, founded in 1961, is the oldest and most comprehensive supported employment, pre-employment, and day habilitation provider in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, serving the needs of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It was the first organization in the county founded for people with developmental disabilities. Our dedication to serving people is rooted in the belief that community is meant for every person regardless of ability, and everyone should be afforded the opportunity to live, learn, and work in their community.

Providence Center is the first and only choice for the best, most committed care possible for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Anne Arundel County. Now, in our 57th year of service, we will continue to advance our mission to improve people’s lives.

Learn More About Providence Center in Anne Arundel County, MD

Providence Center supports residents of Anne Arundel County who are age 21 or older. Our programs are designed for people who want to be active, contributing members of their community. Competitive employment in the community is a primary focus of our programs. We support people who want the opportunity to make their own choices about their life and to advocate for themselves.

Our Beliefs

At Providence Center, we are motivated by the following beliefs:

  • We believe that adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities can be contributing and engaged members of their families and communities.
  • We believe that, with the right placement and support, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities can work in meaningful jobs, earn competitive wages, and contribute to the world around them.
  • We believe that community is meant for every person, regardless of their ability, and every person should be afforded the opportunity to live, learn, and work in their community.
  • We believe that our Direct Support Staff is the foundation of our work.

To learn how to get involved and support our mission, feel free to contact us online today!

 

Financial Support

Contributions from the community help keep our vital programs running year after year. Support comes in many forms.

Cash donations can be made payable to Providence Center and sent to 930 Point Pleasant Road, Glen Burnie, MD 21060. Don’t forget to check to see if your employer has a matching gift program. Credit card donations can be processed online through our “Donate” button or by calling our Development Department at 443-776-1967.

You can donate stocks, bonds, real estate, and even name Providence Center as the beneficiary on a life insurance policy. Contact your financial advisor to learn more about these, and other options available to you.

Planned Giving can make a lasting impact that will serve the future of Providence Center. Planned gifts are ways a donor can leave money or assets to a nonprofit at his or her death or a way to invest money so that the donor receives benefits during his or her life and then bequeaths the remaining funds to the nonprofit. To learn more, contact our Development Department at 443-776-1967.

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