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By SuperUser Account on 7/23/2013 8:36 AM
and headed to the Rooster Run, Provident's first 5K Race and 1-Mile Walk.  It was birds of a feather racing together with over 300 runners and walkers.
By SuperUser Account on 7/8/2013 8:41 AM
Provident has just received a three-year $180,000 federal grant from SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) for HopeAfter, a program designed to provide intensive case management to individuals considered high risk for suicide.  Provident will work with St. Louis University Hospital and Crisis Intervention Team police officers to identify individuals who have attempted suicide, or who are determined high risk as defined by other clinical symptoms.
By SuperUser Account on 6/19/2013 9:55 AM
We are incredibly grateful to Emerson for their generous support along with the following funders: RubinBrownSummit Distributing, Bob and Nell Lyford, Missouri Foundation for Health, Stupp Bros. Inc., Dr Pepper, and St. Louis Bread Company.

There's still plenty of time to register for the Rooster Run on July 20th.  You can form a team, bring your family and enjoy the fabulous sights and smells of Forest Park on a nice summer morning.  It's a great way to start your day!
Just register here!
By SuperUser Account on 5/13/2013 9:32 AM
Is your son being bullied?  Does your daughter struggle with self-esteem?  Our West County, Wildwood and Arnold counseling offices are offering FREE support groups for kids, if they reside in St. Louis County.  Check out our flyers for details on topics, dates and age criteria ... West County, Wildwood, Arnold.
By SuperUser Account on 4/25/2013 8:06 AM
If you want to help someone who needs to talk, and offer them hope and resources, our next Life Crisis training session will be in the fall.  Please check our website for the schedule in the coming months. 
By SuperUser Account on 4/19/2013 2:54 PM
And, for every person that downloads the Bonfyre photo app, an app that allows you  to share photos from your carnival experience, receive event updates in real-time and make ThurtenE weekend an event to remember, Bonfyre will proudly donate $1 to Provident.
How to join? Follow these easy steps to join the official bonfyre:
 1. Download Bonfyre from the App Store or Google Play
 2. Sign up (Facebook or email)
3. Then, check out the ThurtenE website to scan the code.
By SuperUser Account on 4/15/2013 1:37 PM
Provident received a $1,000 grant for school and basic necessities supplies for youth in the Penrose-O’Fallon neighborhood from Old Newsboy Day.  
By SuperUser Account on 3/21/2013 12:31 PM
On April 19th - 21st, ThurtenE, a student club at Washington University that was initially founded in 1904, is putting on a spectacular carnival on their campus (Skinker & Forest Park Pkwy) , complete with entertaining skits, rides, food and games.
By SuperUser Account on 3/5/2013 11:53 AM
If you're a senior citizen and want to learn more about Healthy Living, join us at the SHREVE Clubhouse for a workshop facilitated by Jennifer Washington, Provident clinician. The date is Thursday, March 14th, 10 - 11:30 am at our SHREVE Clubhouse, 4008 Shreve Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63115.  Enjoy conversation, a light breakfast and an opportunity to learn. Please
By SuperUser Account on 2/22/2013 11:43 AM
On Wednesday, February 20th, Hanrahan, Fairview, Ashland, Dunbar and Gary Gore students displayed their talents on stage to a packed audience at the Fairview gym. Following their entertaining routines, five Collegiate fraternities came up on stage to show students how their dance skills can further develop as they grow and mature.  Setting a positive example about how your interests and passions continue into later life, is a great life lesson. Thanks to all who organized this grand event!
A Grand GALA!
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