We are delighted to launch the new website of Providence Supporting People. Providence Supporting People (PSP) was an idea created by Paul Spanjar, Steve Spiegel, Louise Spanjar and Carole Spiegel. From their work at The Providence Projects, it became apparent that it was getting more and more difficult for people to access any funding for drug rehab and alcohol rehab programmes. Very often, those most in need, were unable to raise the money to pay for the necessary treatment. Providence Supporting People aims to raise money to pay for the treatment of those who are unable to access treatment. It will also provide care and support to those already in treatment, those looking to leave treatment and those who want aftercare support following a successful treatment episode.
PSP understands that drug and alcohol charity may not always be the most popular however everybody knows someone who has been directly affected by the devastating effects of alcoholism or addiction. Successful treatment of these individuals does not just save and improve their life. The knock on effect of an alcoholic or drug addict getting well is huge. This immediately improves the lives of their children, their parents, their partners, their friends and their employers.
If you would like more information about PSP please call or email Paul Spanjar, Director of The Providence Projects and Trustee of Providence Supporting People.
Link to new PSP website.