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The nation’s largest network of human-serving organizations working with their neighbors on the front lines to enhance the lives of America’s children, families, and communities.
East Bay Center has been building healthy and caring relationships for over four decades. They offer psychiatric and counseling services to people who struggle with mental illness and substance abuse disorders to people within the East Bay area and throughout the state. We frequently work with those challenged by depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma and co-occurring medical problems. Our programs range from crisis intervention to medication management to vocational development.
Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. provides services to individuals with mental illness and addiction disorders across seven states. Building partnerships in recovery, FHR supports and empowers thousands of individuals and their families, helping each person improve their quality of life.
The Tides’ success story is predicated on the need to give at risk youth and their families the support structure needed to maintain them at home and in their communities
Mental Health Consumer Advocates of Rhode Island is a statewide organization founded and run by people who are in the process of recovery from serious mental health issues.
The Samaritans of Rhode Island are devoted to suicide prevention and ensuring their programs are offered without cost to residents of our Rhode Island.
MHA strives to make mental health care achievable, affordable, and accessible for all Rhode Islanders. The mission of the MHA of Rhode Island is to promote mental health, prevent mental illness, and improve mental health services through advocacy, education, and research.
The Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless is organized to promote and preserve the dignity and quality of life for men, women, and children by pursuing comprehensive and cooperative solutions to the problems of housing and homelessness. This is accomplished through advocacy, education, collaboration, technical assistance, and selected direct services provided to homeless individuals and families, coalition members, elected officials, and the community at large.
RIPIN is a statewide, nonprofit agency that provides information, training, support and advocacy to parents seeking help for their children.
RICAREs is a grass-roots alliance dedicated to developing a voice of empowerment for, and decreasing stigma about, those in alcohol and other drug dependency recovery.