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Causes: Mental Health, Substance Abuse Dependency, Prevention & Treatment

Mission: Providence focuses on cultivating positive emotions of Gratitude, Joy, Hope, and Forgiveness. We believe healing happens when we connect to the love of Jesus Christ and then to community, family, true friends, and to the true purpose and meaning in our lives as Christ has gifted us. For Women suffering from Substance Abuse & Co-Occurring Disorders. Using Faith based curriculum along with Evidence-Based and Holistic Treatment Modalities, we help Women conquer the destructive behavior patterns and thought processes that have kept them from experiencing Peace, Joy, Love, and Lasting Happiness. We have designed our program to create Sustainable Recovery and wholeness in all aspects of life: mind, body and spirit. Our goal is to facilitate Healing and Transformation in Women’s lives. In order to accomplish this goal, we guide Women to look deeper, beyond the pain and fear, and uncover the truth of who they are in Christ. When we learn to treasure our own existence and forgive ourselves for our past mistakes, then we can truly be happy, joyous and free. When we look outside ourselves for love and purpose in our lives, we are left disappointed, hopeless and alone. We will only find the Hope we need when we look at our Savior. Our joy is found in Him alone. Once we connect with Him we can overcome all obstacles, reclaim our power and change our lives forever! "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Philippians 4:13

Target demographics: Women struggling with addiction, substance abuse and Mental Health.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 100 women

Geographic areas served: Moreno Valley and Serve women from all over the US

Programs: Our program serves as a 6 month long residential drug & alcohol rehabilitation program. We offer a collaboration of evidence based therapies with a concentration in building upon the individual relationship with Jesus Christ.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

I have had the opportunity to serve some of the women in this facility by sharing the word of God. This facility is family oriented which I can appreciate. Jon and Stacy have always been very welcoming. I have witnessed their professionalism and I admire their love and commitment for the women in recovery.

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Rating: 5

I love it here at Providence. I have been fully accepted by the owners and fellow staff as family. Never once have I ever had to question my choice of coming aboard to providence. This has been a wonderful expirence and I am truly blessed to he here. Everything taught is evidence based and not once is anyones personal feeling shoved down anyones throat. Before coming here everyone is told that this is faith based but not once have I seen anyone trwat anyone unequal. I love it here!

Client Served

Rating: 4

This "non profit" may look great to those seeking the much needed care for this terrible disease...and to those who have thought it to be a wonderful experience...But to some, including myself it was a nightmare...If you are not accepted for whatever unknown reason they desire, your time here is hellish...Just the opposite of what is advertised as "Christian like". If you do not totally conform to their beliefs you are an outcast...Problem is your religious beliefs are not acceptable to them...You must totally commit to their way...which to me is hypocrisy at it's best...The scripture is read and recited in abundance...but the walk is not that of Jesus or I would not have felt so isolated...Make no mistake... I am a woman of faith...for I could NEVER ostrasize anyone...and make them feel so unwelcome in my presence....I am 2 1/2 years sober in spite of this program...I stayed only long enough to show my sons that I wanted more than anything to be well....because they and my grandchildren have always been my world...To no credit to John and Stacy Dorsey... I have become a better version of the person I was before my addiction...which began at 56...And I have always been a decent human being...I hope the Dorseys don't scoff at this review and take it to heart...I hope that they will embrace the women who turn to them at this most difficult time in their life...and include Everyone in the way that a program like this is designed for...
Just an added note...I think it was an abomination that they took every cent of my Social Security check and took absolutely nothing from others...They convinced my family to move me out of my apartment and I was not only left with nothing....my family was told to walk away...I understand that this could be part of the process with some...but it was not the best for me and my family in a time that was very difficult for all of us...We had lost my son David...and my son Dan was not dealing well with that and I had added to his health problems with my addiction...He was admitted to the hospital during my stay a PRC and in intensive care....I was never told of this and I cannot even begin to tell you my very heightened emotions...i.e. anger...This should never had been acceptable...don'ever do this to a mother....These people need to reevaluate their motives for this cause...Do they really care? I certainly hope so....