Sonia Pugh is a mother of two who found herself homeless in Baton Rouge not long ago. The providence house gave her a place to stay and provided her with day care for her children. Without the service Pugh would not be able to reach her career goals. "It helps me that way I can have a chance to go out there attend a college to further my education and get a career so I can take care of my family. And she`s just one of many mothers who use the service the Providence House provides. And now the day care program so many count on is in jeopardy. Getting funding for child care is always challenging. The Providence House has no state or federal funds to fall back on. Marcelle Tubbs from the Providence House says they count on help from local agencies and donations from the community. "Agencies that have assisted in the past have been unable to do so for various reasons. So at that point with have to go to the community and ask for help. So the Providence House has started a program called sponsor a child, through donations homeless children will be put through day care. If you`d like more information about how to sponsor a child you can call the providence house for details.