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OrganizationAssociates in Ed. & Prev. in Pastoral Practice
ProgramAdvocacy for Victims of Clergy Sexual Abuse
Address PO Box 63
44 Main Street
North Kingstown, RI 02852
CategoriesFaith Based
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Individual and group work opportunities.
Target Audiences 
ContactRev. Patricia L. Liberty, Executive Director
Phone295-0698
EmailAEPPP@aol.com
Website  
Fax295-8721
TDD 
Site  
ElsewhereIndividuals
Ages 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationBlackstone Valley Advocacy Center
ProgramCommunity Awareness Programs
Address PO Box 5643
Pawtucket, RI 02862
CategoriesViolence Prevention Education
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Our Community Awareness Program is designed to provide awareness, prevention education and professional training on the issue of domestic violence.
Target Audiencesstudents, professionals, adults, general audiences
ContactCynthia Coburn, Director of Community Services
Phone401-723-3057
Emailcynthia@bvadvocacycenter.org
Website www.bvadvocacycenter.org
Fax724-8820
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
ElsewhereSafe homes, support groups held at confidential locations
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/10/2011
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OrganizationCAST (Citizens & Students Together)
ProgramAfter School Enrichment Program
Address Foster Glocester Community Health Task Force
56 Balcom Road
Foster, RI 02825
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Volunteer parents work with children in after-school programs.
Includes; computer training, arts & crafts, languages, sports, etc.
Target Audiences 
ContactLorraine Kaul, Coordinator
Phone397-5616
Email 
Website www.castri.org
Fax397-5616
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Site Elementary Schools
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationCHISPA (Center For Hispanic Policy & Advocacy)
ProgramYouth, Education, Health, etc.
Address 421 Elmwood Avenue
Providence RI 02907
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Helping to create a social, political, and economic environment where the needs and aspirations of Latinos are embraced in a manner that is consistent with that experienced by Rhode Island's population.
Target Audiences 
ContactMayra De la Roca
Phone(401) 467-0111
Emailmdelaroca@chispari.org
Website www.chispari.org
Fax401-467-2507
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Site On site(s) where program is located
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Last Updated 8/11/2011
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OrganizationComprehensive Community Action, Inc.
ProgramIncredible Years
Address 311 Doric Avenue
Cranston, RI 02910
CategoriesTraining
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Dedicated soley to fighting the war on poverty. Designed to help those in immediate need and empower anyone desiring to be more self sufficient.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401) 467-9610
Email 
Website www.comcap.org
Fax 
TDD 
Site  
ElsewhereHead Start- Cranston
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/11/2011
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OrganizationCorporation for National Service
ProgramFoster Grandparent Program (FGP) Americorps*VISTA
Active Learning Techniques
Multisystemic Therapy
Bullying Prevention
Promote Alternative Thinking
Project Towards No Drug Abuse
Address 400 Westminster Street, Room 203
Providence, RI 02903

Resource Center
ETR Associates
4 Carbonero Way
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
800-860-2684 or 831-438-4060
TTY: 831-461-0205 8:30-5:00 PST
resourcecenter@etr.org
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Mentoring
Description Foster grandparents offer emotional support to child victims of abuse and neglect, tutor children with low literacy skills, mentor troubled teenagers and young mothers, and care for premature infants and children with physical disabilities and severe illnesses.

Providence - Federal Hill House - Carole Blanck.
Greater RI - West Warwick Senior Center - Joan White.
Americorps*VISTA - Various sponsors/sites.
Target Audiences 
ContactVincent Marzullo
Phone401-528-5426
EmailVMARZULL@CNS.GOV
Website www.nafgpd.org/history.cfm
Fax528-5220
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/11/2011
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OrganizationCranston High School West
ProgramFADD - Falcons Against Doing Drugs
Address Cranston Peer Education Program
845 Park Avenue
Cranston, RI 02910
Cranston High School West
80 Metropolitan Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Other Prevention Education
Description Falcons Against Doing Drugs (FADD) coalition for a drug free school and community.
Target Audiences 
ContactDawn Williams
Phone785-8063
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationCranston High School West
ProgramTeen Center Dance and Drama
Address Cranston Peer Education Program
845 Park Avenue
Cranston, RI 02910
Cranston High School West
80 Metropolitan Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Collaborative effort of anti drug, health, violence issues.
Target Audiences 
ContactDawn Williams
Phone785-8063
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationDARE
ProgramPass It On, Project GREEN, Police Accountability
Address 340 Lockwood Street
Providence RI 02907
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Organizing low income families in communities of color to win economic, social and political justice.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401) 351-6960
Email 
Website www.dare.com
Fax 
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Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationDay One, the Sexual Assault & Trauma Resource Center of RI
Program"Keeping Kids Safe"
Address 100 Medway St.
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Training
Description Parent, teacher, youth-group leader curriculum for adults. Professional training in sexual harassment, child sexual abuse, etc. for medical, legal, clinical, child protective, residential workers, etc...(24 different curricula.)
Target Audiences 
ContactSandra Malone, Coordinator of Prevention Education
Phone401-421-4100 x160
Emailsmalone@dayoneri.org
Website www.dayoneri.org
Fax454-5565
TDD421-4100 x27
Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereDay One Training Facility
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationDay One, the Sexual Assault & Trauma Resource Center of RI
ProgramProfessional Training on responding to, and the prevention of, sexual violence
Address 100 Medway Street
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesTraining
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Variety of workshops and training
Target AudiencesLaw enforcement, medical staff, victim advocates, and administrators.
ContactSarah DeCataldo, Legal Advocacy Services Coordinator
Phone401-421-4100, ext 146
Emailsdecataldo@dayoneri.org
Website www.dayoneri.org
Fax454-5565
TDD421-4100 x30
Site Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 4/7/2013
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OrganizationEast Providence Prevention Coalition
Program"DICE" Drug Intervention Community Educators
Address Drug Intervention Community Educators (DICE)
145 Taunton Avenue
East Providence, RI 02914
CategoriesSubstance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description DICE members provide education for local school age children on the dangers of substance abuse. The education is peer to peer and hands-on. Additionally DICE provides an outlet for middle and high school youth to be involved in community service activities during high risk times.

DICE meets each Wednesday night at 6pm in City Hall in the 3rd floor Employee Lounge. Please contact office of the EPPC for more information.
Target Audiences 
ContactJennifer Wall
Phone401-435-1923
Emailnpfeiler@cityofeastprov.com or lsimmons@cityofeastprov.com
Website www.eastprovidenceri.net
Fax401-435-1920
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Portuguese
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationHeritage of Rhode Island
ProgramBridging the Gap
Address 46 Kilvert Street
Warwick, Rhode Island 02886
CategoriesOutreach
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description To empower faith-communities and civic leaders to address abstinence from sexual activity to adolescents in culturally-relevant and medically accurate terms.
Target AudiencesAs a result in our funding through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services--Maternal and Child Health Bureau, we are able to offer our programs and services free of charge to Rhode Island's students, their schools, families and communities.
Contact 
Phone401.921.2993
Emailheritageinfo@heritageri.org
Website  
Fax401.921.2997
TDD 
Site Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages Civic, Faith & Youth Leaders
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationHeritage of Rhode Island
ProgramParents Make the Difference
Address 46 Kilvert Street
Warwick, Rhode Island 02886
CategoriesOutreach
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Heritage of Rhode Island is a federally-funded youth development agency currently focusing on adolescent risk behaviors, such as sexual activity, drugs and alcohol.

This program is offered every 2nd Thursday of the month: 6:30pm to 9pm in our Warwick office, 2nd floor. Reservations are required.
Target AudiencesAs a result in our funding through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services--Maternal and Child Health Bureau, we are able to offer our programs and services free of charge to Rhode Island's students, their schools, families and communities.
Contact 
Phone401.921.2993
Emailheritageinfo@heritageri.org
Website  
Fax401.921.2997
TDD 
Site Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages Parents
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationPrevent Child Abuse - Rhode Island
ProgramAdvocacy
Address 500 Prospect Street
Pawtucket, RI 02816
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Advocacy, for public policies that protect children and strengthen families.
Target Audiences 
ContactKatherine Begin, Executive Director
Phone728-7920
Emailkbegin@preventchildabuse-ri.org
Website  
Fax724-5850
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OrganizationPrevent Child Abuse - Rhode Island
ProgramBlue Ribbon Campaign
Address 500 Prospect Street
Pawtucket, RI 02816
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description The community is encouraged to wear our blue ribbon pins to bring awareness of the issue of child abuse and neglect and the need for prevention programs.
Target Audiences 
ContactKatherine Begin, Executive Director
Phone728-7920
Emailkbegin@preventchildabuse-ri.org
Website  
Fax724-5850
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OrganizationPrevent Child Abuse - Rhode Island
ProgramShaken Infant Syndrome
Address 500 Prospect Street
Pawtucket, RI 02816
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description A public awareness campaign to raise awareness of Shaken Baby Syndrome and teach parents and caregivers how to prevent it.
Target Audiences 
ContactKatherine Begin, Executive Director
Phone728-7920
Emailkbegin@preventchildabuse-ri.org
Website  
Fax724-5850
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OrganizationProvidence Youth Student Movement (PRYSM)
Program
Address 669 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description To mobilize Southeast Asian youth into community organizing campaigns which, a) foster the process of healing and dialogue, b) build support and love for those who are isolated and marginalized, and c) build power in the Southeast Asian community.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401) 383-7450
Email 
Website www.prysm.us
Fax 
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Last Updated 8/19/2011
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OrganizationRhode Island Clothesline Project (RICP)
ProgramRI Clothesline Project (RICP)
Address c/o Jennifer Stanley
Women's Center RWU
1 Old Ferry Rd.
Bristol, RI 02809
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description The purpose of the RICP is to bear witness to the victims and survivors of the war against women. While many people are aware of the extreme violence that is being directed towards women on a daily basis, the RICP demonstrates the extent of the problem with a visual impact similar to the AIDS quilt or the Vietnam War Memorial. The RICP is one of approx. 500 such programs throughout the world.
Target Audienceswomen
Contactjennifer stanley
Phone401-769-7450
Emailjstanley@rwu.edu
Website  
Fax 
TDD 
Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 4/7/2013
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OrganizationRhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
ProgramAdvocacy for Child Welfare
Address 422 Post Road, Suite 202
Warwick, RI 02888
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Advocacy for child welfare through courts, legislation, and other systems.
Target Audiences 
ContactZulma Garcia, Director of Policy, Education and Planning
Phone401-467-9940
Emailzulma@ricadv.org
Website  
Fax467-9943
TDD 
Site  
ElsewhereAdvocacy with systems such as courts, DCYF, etc.
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Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationRhode Island Crime Prevention Association (RICPA)
ProgramA statewide initiative established in 1974 to address crime prevention issues, community collaboration, and law enforcement/citizen partnerships.
Address 800 Wellington Ave.
Cranston, RI 02910
CategoriesTraining
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Training, financial support for neighborhood crime watches, communication, newsletters, law enforcement/citizen partnerships, advocacy, and support to prevent crime, the fear of crime, and the suppression of criminal opportunity in our communities.
Target AudiencesEVERYONE!
ContactLieutenant (retired Prov. PD) John J Reis, President
Phone(401)464-2004
Emailricpasecretary@gmail.com
Website  
Fax401-921-1136
TDD 
Site Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereLaw Enforcement Agencies
Ages 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly, Law Enforcement, Neighborhood Watches
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated
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OrganizationRhode Island State Council of Churches
ProgramPlowshares
Address 225 Chapman Street
Providence, RI 02905
CategoriesFaith Based
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Ecumenical agency working in New England and central agency that worked in South Africa.
Target Audiences 
ContactJohn Holt, Executive Minister
Phone861-1700
Emailricouncil@aol.com
Website  
Fax331-3080
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OrganizationRhode Island State Council of Churches
ProgramVictims of Domestic Violence Vigil
Address 225 Chapman Street
Providence, RI 02905
CategoriesFaith Based
Advocacy/Public Awareness
Description Resourced by United Methodist.
Target Audiences 
ContactJohn Holt, Executive Minister
Phone861-1700
Emailricouncil@aol.com
Website  
Fax331-3080
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Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationRhode Island Teen Institute
ProgramAdvocacy on HIV, Drug, and Violence Prevention
Address Initiatives for Human Development
474 Broadway
Pawtucket, RI 02860
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Advocacy on issues related to HIV, substance abuse, and violence prevention.
Target Audiences 
ContactMaureen Mulligan
Phone 
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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OrganizationRI Alliance For Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights
Program
Address Box 5657
Weybosset Station
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Violence Prevention Education
Description The Alliance is a grassroots, volunteer organization, working for equal rights around Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender issues.
Target Audiences 
ContactKate Monteiro, Pres.
Phone521-GAYS
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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Site  
Elsewhere("N/A")
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationSilent Witnesses of Rhode Island
ProgramMemorial Vigils, Domestic Violence Prevention Seminars, Advocacy for Victims of Domestic Violence
Address 45 Madison Avenue
North Kingstown, RI
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Other Prevention Education
Description SWRI honors and remembers the women, men & children murdered each year in acts of domestic violence. Programs include memorial vigils, domestic violence prevention seminars, advocacy for victims of domestic violence.
Target Audiences 
ContactNancy Rafi
Phone401-714-2388
Emailnrafi@hotmail.com
Website Click here or here
Fax 
TDD 
Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
Elsewherecollege campuses
Ages 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 4/5/2013
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OrganizationSojourner House
ProgramDomestic Violence Advocacy
Address 386 Smith Street
Providence, RI 02908
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Shelter/Transitional Housing
Description Providing information, referrals, risk assessments, safety planning, advocacy, counseling, support services, education, shelter and more for victims and survivors of domestic violence. We also provide trainings and presentations for other social service providers or interested parties. We are proud to offer culturally sensitive, specialized advocacy for the following communities: Latino, LGBT and Rural.
Target AudiencesVictims of domestic violence and their families
ContactVanessa Volz
Phone401.861.6191

24 hour helplines:
(401)658-4334
(401)765-3232
(401)647-1514

Emailvvolz@sojournerri.org, info@sojournerRI.org
Website www.sojournerri.org
Fax401-861-6157
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 1/26/2012
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OrganizationSouth Providence Neighborhood Ministries
ProgramNeighborhood Minority Health Promotion Center
Address 747 Broad Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Faith Based
Description Great Youth Leadership Development program! Home of ReThink It Movement -- a youth led conflict resolution/anti-bullying program. Visit rethinkitmovement.org
Provides health education workshops (including raising healthy children and violence preventions), diagnostic screenings and advocacy.
Target Audiences 
ContactAmy Thomas, Program Coordinator
Phone461-7509
EmailAmy@spnm.org
Website spnm.org
Fax785-8277
TDD 
Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationTake Back The Night RI
ProgramTake Back The Night Coalition
Address n/a
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description This international event happens yearly, speaking out against the epidemic of violence against women.
Target Audiences 
ContactJodi Glass (Contact by fax or email only)
PhoneNo phone
Emailjlglass53@aol.com
Website  
Fax401-272-4295
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Site  
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly, Women only
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationTake Back The Night RI
ProgramTake Back The Night March
Address c/o PO Box 327
Harmony, RI 02829
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description This is part of an international movement, which has happened for the past 20 years in RI (1st - 1979). It is a symbolic march of women, speaking out against all forms of violence against women.
Target Audiences 
ContactJodi Glass
Phone 
Emailjglass53@aol.com
Website en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Take_Back_the_Night
Fax 
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Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationWomen's Center of RI
ProgramCommunity Services
Address PO Box 6692
Providence, RI 02940
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Crisis Intervention
Description Court, Welfare offices, Police, Other Social Service agencies. Program open to victims of interpersonal violence and anyone desiring Education/Intervention on domestic violence.
Target Audiences 
ContactKathy Jellison
Phone861-2761
EmailKJELLISON@efortress.com
Website  
Fax861-2762
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationWomen's Center of RI
ProgramDomestic Violence & Homeless Transitional Program
Address PO Box 6692
Providence, RI 02940
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Shelter/Transitional Housing
Description For former residents. Licensed day care, employment/educational counseling, advocacy and support - 2 year follow-up.
Target Audiences 
ContactKathy Jellison
Phone861-2761
EmailKJELLISON@efortress.com
Website  
Fax861-2762
TDD 
Site Community-based organizations other than schools
ElsewhereHome visits
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationWomen's Resource Center of Newport & Bristol Co.
ProgramPeace Promotion Program
Address 114 Touro Street
Newport, RI 02840
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Advocacy -- Individual and Community Wide
Target Audiences 
ContactJa'Nell Henry- Director of Youth Services
Phone401-846-5263
Emailjhenry@wrcnbc.org
Website www.wrcnbc.org
Fax848-0910
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationWoonsocket Prevention Coalition
ProgramPublic Awareness
Address City Hall
P.O. Box B
Woonsocket, RI 02895
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description 
Target Audiences 
ContactVictor Ramos, Assistant Executive Director
Phone401-766-3342
Emailtforce@woonsocketri.org
Website www.woonsocketpreventioncoalition.org
Fax766-0824
TDD 
Site Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/22/2011
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OrganizationYouth In Action
ProgramCommunity Meetings, Youth 4 Change, College bound, Media Production, Health Education
Address 672 Broad Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Youth In Action is a partnership between youth, adults, and community where young people are at the forefront of creating positive social change.
Target Audiences 
ContactAdeola Oredola
Phone(401) 751-4264
Emailadeola@youthinactionri.org
Website www.youthinactionri.org
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Last Updated 8/22/2011
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OrganizationYWCA's
ProgramHallmark Programs
Address 324 Broad Street
Central Falls, RI 02863
(401)831-9922

514 Blackstone Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
(401)769-7450
CategoryAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Description Dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone 
Emailinfo@ywca.org
Website www.ywca.org
Fax 
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Site On site(s) where program is located
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Last Updated 8/22/2011
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After School Programs

OrganizationAfter-School Alliance
ProgramAfter-school All Star Program, Substance Abuse Program, Family Literacy, Teen Pregnancy
Address 50 Valley Street
Providence, RI 02909
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Violence Prevention Education
Description Working to ensure that all children have equal access to after-school programs
Target Audiences 
ContactSarah Cahill
Phone(401) 331-2869
Email 
Website www.afterschoolalliance.org
Fax 
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Last Updated 8/10/2011
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OrganizationBig Picture Company AmeriCorps Program
ProgramAfter-School Sports
Address 
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description 
Target Audiences 
ContactElayne D. Walker, Program Director
Phone456-0601
Emailewalker@bigpicture.org
Website  
Fax456-0606
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OrganizationBoy Scouts of America (Narragansett Council)
ProgramScouting
Address P.O. Box 14777 East Providence, RI 02914
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description Molding the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401)351-8700
Emailinfo@narragansettbsa.org
Website www.scouting.org
Fax 
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OrganizationBoys & Girls Clubs of Warwick
ProgramAfter-School Child Care
Address Norwood Boys & Girls Club
42 Frederick Street
Warwick, RI 02888
Administrative Office (401-467-4385)
PO Box 8398
Warwick, RI 02888-0930
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description An after-school child care program offering quality programming, structure, transportation , caring, qualified staff and more!!
Target AudiencesTransportation available from most Warwick Elementary Schools
ContactKarin Kavanagh
Phone467-4064
Emailinfo@wbgclubs.org, www.wbgclubs.org
Website  
Fax467-8028
TDD 
Site Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 6-10, 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationBoys & Girls Clubs of Warwick
ProgramS.M.A.R.T. Programs
Address Norwood Boys & Girls Club
42 Frederick Street
Warwick, RI 02888
Administrative Office (401-467-4385)
PO Box 8398
Warwick, RI 02888-0930
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description Skills Mastery and Resistance Training - National Program for youth ages 5 through 18 focusing on making positive choices regarding issues related to each age group: strangers, drugs, alcohol, peer pressure, etc.
Target AudiencesMembers of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick (membership form & $15 annual fee required) Form may be downloaded from www.wbgclubs.org
ContactKarin Kavanagh
Phone467-4064
Emailinfo@wbgclubs.org, www.wbgclubs.org
Website  
Fax467-8028
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Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationBoys & Girls Clubs of Warwick
ProgramSummer Funtastic
Address Norwood Boys & Girls Club
42 Frederick Street
Warwick, RI 02888
Administrative Office (401-467-4385)
PO Box 8398
Warwick, RI 02888-0930
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description A day camp run in (10) one-week sessions with a host of activities.
Target AudiencesBoys & Girls ages 5-13, membership in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick required ($15 fee)
ContactKarin Kavanagh
Phone467-4064
Emailinfo@wbgclubs.org, www.wbgclubs.org
Website  
Fax467-8028
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Site Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 6-10, 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationBoys and Girls Club
ProgramYouth Who Thrive/Club Youth
Address Providence: 90 Ives St.
North Providence: 33 Maple Street
Wanskuck: 550 Branch Ave.
Providence, South Side: 1 Louisa St, Providence
Olneyville: 33 Atwood St.
Providence, East Providence: 115 Williams Ave.
Pawtucket: 1 Moeller St
Warwick: 42 Frederick St.
Cumberland, Lincoln: 1 James Mckee Way, Cumberland
Warwick: 340 Oakland Beach Ave.
Woonsocket: 35 George St.
Newport: 95 Church St.
Newport County: 11 Miner Rd, Saunderstown
Providence: 1 Camp Davis Rd,
Newport: 1 York St
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description To enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible individuals. Promoting and enhancing the development of boys and girls.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
PhoneProvidence: (401)444-0750
North Prov: (401)444-0169
Wanskuck: (401)444-0762
South Side: (401)444-0766
Olneyville: (401)444-0760
East Prov: (401)434-6776
Pawtucket: (401)722-6271
Warwick: (401)467-4064
Cumberland/ Lincoln: (401)333-4850
Warwick: (401)739-4515
Woonsocket: (401)847-6927
Email 
Website www.bgca.org
Fax 
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OrganizationCAST (Citizens & Students Together)
ProgramMural Project
Address Foster Glocester Community Health Task Force
56 Balcom Road
Foster, RI 02825
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description Mural Project promoting team work and health choices by MTS of Murals.
Target Audiences 
ContactLorraine Kaul, Coordinator
Phone397-5616
Email 
Website www.castri.org
Fax397-5616
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Ages 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationChannel One - Central Falls / Ralph J. Holden Community Center
ProgramAfterCare, Teen Initiative/SKILLS, On the Right Track (OTRT)
Address 361 Cowden Street
Central Falls, RI 02863
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description Our existing AfterCare, After-School, Youth Councils, Teen Initiatives and the On the Right Track Program (OTRT) all practice a zero-tolerance policy and provide a safe environment for youth.
Target AudiencesCentral Falls residents
ContactAnna Soares, Executive Director
Phone(401) 727-7425
Emailanach1@msn.com
Website  
Fax(401) 727-7428
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/10/2011
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OrganizationCity Year Rhode Island
ProgramCamp City Year
Address 56 Pine Street, 7th Floor
Providence, RI 02903
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description Week-long free camps run during winter and spring breaks for elementary school children.
Target Audiences 
ContactAngela Boffi
Phone553-2500 x229
EmailAngela_Boffi@city-year.org
Website  
Fax553-2510
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationCity Year Rhode Island
ProgramYoung Heroes Program
Address 77 Eddy St, 2nd Floor
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesViolence Prevention Education
After School Programs
Description Young Heroes is a free program for all middle school students. Each Saturday morning from January-May the Young Heroes get together with City Year corps members to discuss social issues facing their commuinties. In the afternoon they go out in the community to do service projects based on the issues they learned in the morning.

For an application, call 263-8412. Or, print out an application at: http://www.cityyear.org/uploadedFiles/YH_Online_App.FY08.pdf
Target AudiencesAll 6th-8th grade students in the Greater Providence and Kent County areas.
ContactEric Hanson
Phone401-454-3747
Emailerhanson@cityyear.org
Website  
Fax553-2510
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Ages 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationFamily Resources, Inc.
ProgramSummer Youth Employment Program
Address 245 Main Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description We also operate a summer youth employment program and an alternative education program for adolescent mothers.
Target Audiences 
ContactSusan Kelly
Phone766-0900
Emailskelly@famresri.org
Website  
Fax766-8737
TDD767-4081
Site  
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationFederal Hill House
ProgramBefore and After School Program, Bundles of Joy Family Support Services Program, Social Services Program
Address 9 Courtland Street
Providence, RI 02909
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Resource Center
Description A multi-ethnic, social service agency where people seek services to improve their quality of life.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401) 421-4722
Emailfhh@federalhillhouse.org
Website www.federalhillhouse.org
Fax 
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Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationHeritage of Rhode Island
ProgramHeritage Keepers
Address 46 Kilvert Street
Warwick, Rhode Island 02886
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Outreach
Description This program provides a social gathering where young people can encourage and challenge each other to live up to their worth and vision for their future.

This program covers various topics such as: Setting Boundaries, Determining Goals, School Pride, Civic Awareness, Dating, Violence Prevention, Hygiene and Financial Skills.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone401.921.2993
Emailheritageinfo@heritageri.org
Website  
Fax401.921.2997
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationJoslin Community Development Corporation
ProgramProject Key Program
Address 231 Amherst Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description Early morning and after-school program for children ages 6-13. Linguistic and culturally appropriate educational and recreational activities. Breakfast, snacks and transportation to and from school.
Target Audiences 
ContactGuia Sanchez Seaman
Phone421-8062
EmailJOSLIN01@efortress.com
Website olneyville.org/resourceguide/index_files/Page375.htm
Fax421-8535
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/17/2011
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OrganizationJoslin Community Development Corporation
ProgramYouth Activities Program
Address 231 Amherst Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description Youth Activities Program - After-school program for children ages 6-13. All educational and recreational activities are free for all.
Target Audiences 
ContactGuia Sanchez Seaman
Phone421-8062
EmailJOSLIN01@efortress.com
Website olneyville.org/resourceguide/index_files/Page375.htm
Fax421-8535
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/17/2011
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OrganizationMetropolitan Regional Career & Technical Center
ProgramMet After-School and Summer Opportunities
Address Central Senior High School and Hanley Career / Technical Center
70 Fricker Street
Providence, RI 02903
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description We have volunteers who find exciting opportunities, offer workshops, and expose students to interesting things to do, as well as job opportunities for after school and summer.
Target Audiences 
ContactElayne Walker
Phone456-0601
Emailewalker@bigpicture.org
Website  
Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationMetropolitan Regional Career & Technical Center
ProgramMet Camp
Address Central Senior High School and Hanley Career / Technical Center
70 Fricker Street
Providence, RI 02903
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description One week overnight camp to promote community service and community building.
Target Audiences 
ContactElayne Walker
Phone456-0601
Emailewalker@bigpicture.org
Website  
Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationPASA (Providence After School Alliance)
ProgramAfter School Alliance
Address 17 Gordon Avenue, Suite 104
Providence, RI 02905
CategoryAfter School Programs
Description Expanding and improving after-school activities for the youth of Providence by organizing a system to ensure all youth access to high quality after-school programs and learning opportunities.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401) 490-9599
Email 
Website www.mypasa.org
Fax 
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ElsewhereVarious locations throughout Providence, RI
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/19/2011
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OrganizationProgreso Latino
ProgramAfter School Youth Enrichment Program
Address 626 Broad Street
Central Falls, RI 02863
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description A comprehensive after-school youth enrichment program for Latino youth ages 6 to 17.
Target Audiences 
ContactRamon Martinez, President/CEO
Marianela Dougal, Chief Continuum of Services Officer
Erica Acevedo, Youth Services Director
Phone401-728-5920 Ext. 346
Email 
Website  
Fax401-724-5550
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Site Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationProvidence Housing Authority
ProgramWise-Up
Address Dept. of Community Services
l00 Broad Street
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description Wise-Up - after-school prevention program for resident youth. Addresses substance abuse, teen pregnancy as well as violence issues
Target Audiences 
ContactSorrel Devine, Family Services Manager
Phone751-6400 x276
Email 
Website  
Fax273-4623
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Site Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationRhode Island for Community and Justice
ProgramProject RESPECT, RI
Address 945 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description Not your "typical summer camp", Project RESPECT Youth Leadership Institute is a residential summer training program for high school youth in leadership skills, human relations, and diversity. Project RESPECT aims to foster an environment in which education, dialogue, and interaction among the participants ("Delegates") results in increased self-esteem, mutual respect, understanding, and acceptance of all cultures, ethnic groups, faith/religions, and genders.
Target AudiencesHigh School Students (ages 15-18)
ContactRobert T. Jones You can contact Nanda Shewmangal, RICJ's Youth Program Director, at (401) 467-1717 ext. 103 or leadership@ricj.org
Phone351-5120
Emailrjones@nccj.org
Website ricj.org
Fax 
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Site High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English, We often serve youth who are English Second Language Learners
Last Updated 4/1/2013
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OrganizationRiverzEdge Arts Project
ProgramArts Apprenticeships
Address 68 So. Main Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Training
Description RiverzEdge Arts Project in Woonsocket, RI is a highly successful prevention and youth development program. All participants who meet program requirements and stay engaged in the program graduate from high school or attain a GED and 98% apply to and gain acceptance to college, even if they had previously dropped out of high school. All RiverzEdge participants are considered to have 1 or more risk factors associated with delinquency and violence. RiverzEdge has received numerous awards and national recognition for changing the outcomes for so many high risk youth from the urban core of Woonsocket, Rhode Island. These awards include receiving The Presidentís Committee on the Arts and Humanities National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award in October 2010. In a White House ceremony, RiverzEdge was recognized as one of the top 15 arts- and humanities-based programs in the country, citing the successful short-term outcomes of participants. First Lady Michelle Obama presented a plaque, along with a cash award from the National Endowment for the Arts to a teen representative of the RiverzEdge program. In 2009, MetLife and After School Alliance also honored RiverzEdge with the MetLife Foundation Afterschool Innovator Award, a national honor and cash prize awarded to only 6 programs nationwide. RiverzEdge is located in Woonsocket RI, home to the largest concentration of youth at high risk for delinquency in Rhode Island. According to RI Kids Count, Woonsocket has the highest rate of child abuse and neglect in RI, at 26.6%, well above the rest of the core urban cities at 17.4% and the state at 11.7%; the highest rate of births to teens at 212.4 per 1,000 teens in RI, as well as the largest percentage of children participating in school breakfast programs at 39%. In the RI Training School, a residential facility serving wayward or delinquent youth under the RI Juvenile Corrective Services Department, children from Woonsocket are dramatically overrepresented. While Woonsocket youth comprise .2% of the RI population, at the training school they account for 19% of students. They also account for 10% of all homeless youth, as reported by parents who list Woonsocket as their last place of residence when they arrive at homeless shelters around the state. Educational outcomes are similarly disproportionate. Woonsocket has the highest rate of school disciplinary actions in the state. Woonsocket 8th graders perform below both the urban core city average and the state average in math and reading. Woonsocket also has the 2nd highest drop out rate in the state, with less than 25% of high school graduates starting college. Woonsocket High School has a 40% drop out rate, with large numbers of adjudicated youth both in and out of the school system. Woonsocket also has among the highest rates of youth and adult unemployment in the state that ranks 3rd in the nation for unemployment. RiverzEdge Arts has demonstrated singular success with a cohort of youth that are at high risk for delinquency. This funding opportunity will enable RiverzEdge and its collaborators to investigate factors associated with their success for the first time. Project researchers will use rigorous methods to narrow the gaps in current knowledge and produce findings that can be confidently shared with other mentoring programs that serve this population.
Target AudiencesTeenage youth ages 12-19
ContactRebekah Greenwald Speck
Phone401-767-2100
Emailbekah@riverzedgearts.org
Website riverzedgearts.org
Fax401-767-2102
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Site High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 6/2/2011
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OrganizationRiverzEdge Arts Project
ProgramWoonsocket Expanded Learning Opportunities
Address 68 So. Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Training
Description RiverzEdge Arts Project in Woonsocket, RI is a highly successful prevention and youth development program. All participants who meet program requirements and stay engaged in the program graduate from high school or attain a GED and 98% apply to and gain acceptance to college, even if they had previously dropped out of high school. All RiverzEdge participants are considered to have 1 or more risk factors associated with delinquency and violence. RiverzEdge has received numerous awards and national recognition for changing the outcomes for so many high risk youth from the urban core of Woonsocket, Rhode Island. These awards include receiving The Presidentís Committee on the Arts and Humanities National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award in October 2010. In a White House ceremony, RiverzEdge was recognized as one of the top 15 arts- and humanities-based programs in the country, citing the successful short-term outcomes of participants. First Lady Michelle Obama presented a plaque, along with a cash award from the National Endowment for the Arts to a teen representative of the RiverzEdge program. In 2009, MetLife and After School Alliance also honored RiverzEdge with the MetLife Foundation Afterschool Innovator Award, a national honor and cash prize awarded to only 6 programs nationwide. RiverzEdge is located in Woonsocket RI, home to the largest concentration of youth at high risk for delinquency in Rhode Island. According to RI Kids Count, Woonsocket has the highest rate of child abuse and neglect in RI, at 26.6%, well above the rest of the core urban cities at 17.4% and the state at 11.7%; the highest rate of births to teens at 212.4 per 1,000 teens in RI, as well as the largest percentage of children participating in school breakfast programs at 39%. In the RI Training School, a residential facility serving wayward or delinquent youth under the RI Juvenile Corrective Services Department, children from Woonsocket are dramatically overrepresented. While Woonsocket youth comprise .2% of the RI population, at the training school they account for 19% of students. They also account for 10% of all homeless youth, as reported by parents who list Woonsocket as their last place of residence when they arrive at homeless shelters around the state. Educational outcomes are similarly disproportionate. Woonsocket has the highest rate of school disciplinary actions in the state. Woonsocket 8th graders perform below both the urban core city average and the state average in math and reading. Woonsocket also has the 2nd highest drop out rate in the state, with less than 25% of high school graduates starting college. Woonsocket High School has a 40% drop out rate, with large numbers of adjudicated youth both in and out of the school system. Woonsocket also has among the highest rates of youth and adult unemployment in the state that ranks 3rd in the nation for unemployment. RiverzEdge Arts has demonstrated singular success with a cohort of youth that are at high risk for delinquency. This funding opportunity will enable RiverzEdge and its collaborators to investigate factors associated with their success for the first time. Project researchers will use rigorous methods to narrow the gaps in current knowledge and produce findings that can be confidently shared with other mentoring programs that serve this population.
Target AudiencesTeenage youth ages 12-19
ContactRebekah Greenwald Speck
Phone401-767-2100
Emailbekah@riverzedgearts.org
Website riverzedgearts.org
Fax401-767-2102
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Site High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 6/2/2011
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OrganizationSouth Providence Neighborhood Ministries
ProgramLouie's Place
Address 747 Broad Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Faith Based
Description After-school and summer youth programs provide food, homework help, interesting activities, a safe place to be, and frequent programs on self-esteem and non-violence.
Target Audiences 
ContactWanda S. Michaelson, Executive Director
Phone461-7509
EmailSPNMinist@aol.com
Website  
Fax785-8277
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationStopover Services of Newport
ProgramARTS-SOS
Address 654 Green End Ave
Middletown, RI 02842-5644
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description ARTS-S.O.S. is an after-school Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD) and violence prevention program with an arts education base.
Target Audiences 
ContactFrank C. Knapp, Executive Director and Barbara S. Haskell, Clinical Director
Phone848-0758
Email 
Website Click here or here
Fax848-7435
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Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationTri-Town Community Action
ProgramAfter-school substance abuse prevention project
Address 190 Putnam Pike
Johnston, RI 02919
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description The project targets children between the ages of 4 to 17 utilizing a collaborative design to involve all segments of the community, particularly schools and police departments.
Target Audiences 
ContactJoseph Desantis
Phone401-351-2750
Emailinfo@tri-town.org
Website www.tri-town.org
Fax 
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationUrban League of RI
ProgramThe Town Teen Network Program
Address 246 Prairie Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description Health workshops are provided weekly at each site. Workshops focus on health and wellness issues relating to growth and personal development. Field trips and community service events are offered to provide the children with alternative activities that expand the student's awareness and challenge them.
Target Audiences 
ContactMichelle Nuey
Phone351-5000 x157
Email 
Website  
Fax454-1946
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Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationWoonsocket Prevention Coalition
ProgramYouth Committee
Address City Hall
P.O. Box B
Woonsocket, RI 02895
CategoriesAfter School Programs
Other Prevention Education
Description For youth in grades 6-12, this afterschool program trains youth to become educators on substance abuse and other community wide issues. High School participants develop and produce a web-based miniseries, while Middle School youth create radio PSA's and a traveling educational presentation.
Target AudiencesYouth ages 11-17
ContactVictor Ramos, Assistant Executive Director
Phone401-766-3342
Emailtforce@woonsocketri.org
Website www.woonsocketpreventioncoalition.org
Fax401-766-0824
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/22/2011
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Alternative High School

OrganizationAdolescent Self Sufficiency Collaborative (ASSC)
ProgramActive Learning Techniques, Life Skills Training
Address Tri-town Community Action Center
1126 Hartford Avenue
Johnston, RI 02919
CategoriesAlternative High School
Training
Description Case management services provided to pregnant and parenting teens 20 years old or younger. 20 hours per week of GED/Life Skills/Parenting classes. Ensures that all participants are provided with child care, health care, transportation, substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, affordable housing, and basic human needs.
Target Audiences 
ContactSusan O'Donnell
Phone(401) 351-2750
Email 
Website Click here
Fax401-351-6611
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/10/2011
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OrganizationJammat Housing and Community Development Corp.
ProgramTurning The Corner Group Homes, Elmwood Community School, Turning The Corner Drop In Center
Address 801 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02840
CategoriesAlternative High School
Counseling/Mental Health
Description Turning The Corner - services male and female youth currently in DCYF care for behavioral disorders. Provides housing, education and therapy to youths in our care.
Target AudiencesJuveniles ages 13-20 who have been placed in DCYF custody
ContactLauri Smalls
Phone401-785-8440
Emaillesmalls@yahoo.com
Website www.jhcdc.org
Fax785-8444
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Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 8/17/2011
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OrganizationMetropolitan Regional Career & Technical Center
ProgramThe Met High School
Address Central Senior High School and Hanley Career / Technical Center
70 Fricker Street
Providence, RI 02903
CategoryAlternative High School
Description Innovative new high school incorporating real world experience with academics and service learning.
Target Audiences 
ContactElayne Walker
Phone456-0601
Emailewalker@bigpicture.org
Website  
Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationUrban League of RI
ProgramBridge School
Address 246 Prairie Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
CategoryAlternative High School
Description An Alternative Educational Program for at-risk youths co-sponsored by the Providence School System and the Urban League of Rhode Island.
Target Audiences 
ContactJesse J. Jordan Jr., MD Advocacy, Public Policy and Health Promotion
Phone351-5000 x151 or x137
Email 
Website  
Fax454-1946
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationVisiting Nurse Services of Newport & Bristol Counties
ProgramYouth Success Young Parents Program
Address 21 Chapel Street
Newport, RI 02840
CategoriesOther Prevention Education
Alternative High School
Description Onsite GED class for teens. Comprehensive services for pregnant and parenting teens. Prevention education in schools and community.
Target AudiencesAll youth under 20
ContactSusan Jacobsen
Phone(401) 849-2101
Emailsjacobsen@vnsri.com
Website  
Fax(401) 849-7720
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Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 0-5, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Translation services are provided for non-english speaking clients.
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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Counseling/Mental Health

OrganizationBradford School
ProgramGroup and Individual Counseling
Address 15 Church Street
Bradford, RI 02808
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Group and Individual Counseling by full time social worker for entire school population.
Target Audiences 
ContactD.K. Casey, R.N.
Phone 
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationCODAC Behavioral Healthcare
ProgramOutpatient Services
Address 1052 Park Avenue
Cranston, RI 02910
CategoriesSubstance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Counseling/Mental Health
Description Outpatient assessment, treatment, and referral for substance use and behavioral health disorders. Services include individual, group, and family counseling as well as specialized Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs (methadone and buprenorphine) at selected locations
Information regarding CODAC's 5 treatment centers can be found at www.codacinc.org or by calling 401-275-5039. CODAC accepts commercial insurance as well as Medicaid and RIteCare and self-pay. CODAC also provides low cost treatment for individuals who meet income eligibility criteria. Call any location for more information.
Target AudiencesIndividuals with substance use and behavioral health disorders. Voluntary and mandated.
ContactLinda Hurley
Michael Rizzi
Phone275-5039
Emailcodac@codacinc.org
Website www.codacinc.org
Fax 
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 4/7/2013
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OrganizationCumberland School Department
ProgramStudent Assistance Program
Address 2600 Mendon Road
Cumberland, RI 02864;
Cumberland Police Department
1600 Mendon Road
Cumberland, RI 02464
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Other Prevention Education
Description In Cumberland High School and Middle Schools.
Target Audiences 
ContactLinda Mantovani also Mr. Paul Mooney - Truant Officer
Phone658-2600 (C.H.S.); 658-1600 x301
Email 
Website  
Fax658-3124 (C.H.S.)
TDD 
Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Ages 14-17, 18-25
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationDestiny House, Inc.
ProgramJourney 4 Life, Young Sistas Movin', Teen Moms Chillin' Out, Callin' All Ladies
Address 807 Broad Street, Box 27, Suite 330
Providence, RI 02907
CategoryCounseling/Mental Health
Description A domestic violence agency for adolescents, pregnant and parenting teens, and families who's mission is to empower adolescents, pregnant and parenting teens and families in communities of color to break the cycles of violence and poverty.
Target Audiences 
ContactCandy Brown
Phone(401) 270-5320
Emailexecutivedirector@destinyhouseri.com
Website www.destinyhouseri.com
Fax(401) 270-1599
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Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationDomestic Violence Resource Center of South County
ProgramRejuvenations
Address 61 Main Street
Wakefield, RI 02879
CategoryCounseling/Mental Health
Description Expressive arts and group therapy for children ages 3-17 who have witnessed or experienced domestic violence.
Target Audiences 
ContactBetty Bailey
Phone782-3995
Email 
Website www.dvrcsc.org
Fax782-3999
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OrganizationEast Bay Mental Health Center
ProgramStrengthening Families
Address 2 Old County Road
Barrington, RI 02806
CategoriesSubstance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Counseling/Mental Health
Description Building strong, caring communities by providing comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401) 246-1986
Email 
Website www.eastbay.org
Fax 
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ElsewhereEast Bay Regional Referrals - East Bay
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationFamily Service of Rhode Island
ProgramCase Management/Mental Health Treatment and Substance Abuse Treatment Prevention
Address 55 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Substance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Description School and home based interventions, includes advocacy, parent education, assistance accessing services, early childhood education, specialized AIDS case management, mental heath treatment, foster care, residential treatment, and substance abuse treatment & prevention programs.
Target AudiencesFamily Service of Rhode Island, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides a wide array of social, medical and educational services to primarily low-income children, adults and families in every Rhode Island community, as well as in Massachusetts and Connecticut communities along the Rhode Island border. We were founded in 1892, which makes us one of the oldest non-profit agencies in Rhode Island. Our offices are located in Providence and North Kingstown, with children's residential treatment facilities in Smithfield, North Smithfield, Bristol and East Providence.
ContactIntake Office
Phone(401) 331-1350 ext. 3162
Emailroseke@familyserviceri.org
Website  
Fax(401) 854-0012
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereHome-Based, Office-Based, Community-Based
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationFeedback
ProgramFeedback
Address 2845 Post Road, Suite 218
Warwick, RI 02886
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Violence Prevention Education
Description Since 1972, helping people to manage anger and prevent violence.
Target AudiencesMostly teens. Drug diagnosis.
ContactRobert D. O'Neil, LICSW
Phone401-738-7382
EmailPoe1Raven@aol.com
Website  
Fax401-738-7385
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationHuman Ecology Associates
ProgramEducation and support services for parents
Address Gladstone School
50 Gladstone Street
Cranston, RI 02860
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description For parents of elementary school youth with special needs entering school and transitioning to middle school.
Target Audiences 
ContactSandra DelSesto, Executive Director
Phone946-5122
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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OrganizationJammat Housing and Community Development Corp.
ProgramTurning The Corner Group Homes, Elmwood Community School, Turning The Corner Drop In Center
Address 801 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02840
CategoriesAlternative High School
Counseling/Mental Health
Description Turning The Corner - services male and female youth currently in DCYF care for behavioral disorders. Provides housing, education and therapy to youths in our care.
Target AudiencesJuveniles ages 13-20 who have been placed in DCYF custody
ContactLauri Smalls
Phone401-785-8440
Emaillesmalls@yahoo.com
Website www.jhcdc.org
Fax785-8444
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 8/17/2011
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OrganizationJoslin Community Development Corporation
ProgramBilingual Case Management Program
Address 231 Amherst Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoryCounseling/Mental Health
Description Bilingual Case Management Program - emergency basic needs, advocacy, support, budgeting skills.
Target Audiences 
ContactGuia Sanchez Seaman
Phone421-8062
EmailJOSLIN01@efortress.com
Website olneyville.org/resourceguide/index_files/Page375.htm
Fax421-8535
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Ages 18-25, Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/17/2011
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OrganizationNewport County Community Mental Health Center
ProgramIndependent Living Apartment Program, Newport County Child and Adolescent Service System Program, The Children's Psychiatric Services Program, The School-Based Supportive Family Outreach Services Program
Address 127 Johnny Cake Hill Road
Middletown, RI 02842
CategoriesSubstance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Counseling/Mental Health
Description A non-profit organization that serves Newport County. Offers people with serious mental illness the opportunity to remain in their own community and benefit from sustained psychiatric treatment.
Target Audiences 
Contact 
Phone(401) 846-1213
Emailinfo@nccmhc.org
Website nccmhc.org
Fax(401) 848-9151
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Last Updated 8/19/2011
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OrganizationNRICMHC
ProgramThe Multicultural Counseling Center
Address 280 Broadway
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description
  1. Crime reduction counseling and Drug dealers prevention.
  2. Conflict resolution and Peer mediation.
  3. Substance abuse treatment and prevention.
  4. Batterers intervention groups.
  5. Anger management groups.
Target Audiences 
ContactSteven Horovitz
Phone521-3300 (English) 272-2010 (Spanish)
Email 
Website  
Fax272-2460
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Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereRI Training School
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationProvidence Center
ProgramAdolescent Partial Hospital & Intensive Outpatient Programs
Address 1070 Main Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Substance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Description Intensive full day or partial day programs, 5 days/week for acute symptom management. Designed to prevent hospitalization and as a transition back home following an inpatient stay. Treatment includes psychiatric evaluation; individual, group, and family therapy; medication management; 24/7 crisis intervention.
Target AudiencesAdolescents, ages 13-18, males and females
ContactMary Allard
Phone401-276-4072
Emailmallard@provctr.org
Website  
Fax401-276-4537
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Ages 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationProvidence Center
ProgramChild & Family Outpatient Services
Address 520 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Outpatient counseling for mental health and substance abuse problems; intensive outpatient and partial hospital programs; individual, family, and group treatment modalities.
Target AudiencesAll ages, all geographic areas in Rhode Island
ContactJeffrey Noll
Phone401-276-4155
Emailjnoll@provctr.org
Website  
Fax401-276-4517
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereProvidence Community Health Centers
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationProvidence Center
ProgramMiddle School Substance Abuse Prevention
Address 520 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Staff provide in-school and evening groups for youth and parents, in addition to supportive counseling, case management/referral, and crisis intervention to increase family stability and decrease student risk.
Target Audiences 
ContactJeffrey Noll
Phone401-276-4155
Emailjnoll@provctr.org
Website  
Fax401-276-4517
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Site Middle Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationProvidence Center
ProgramMulti-Dimentional Family Therapy (MDFT)
Address 520 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesSubstance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Counseling/Mental Health
Description MDFT is an evidence-based practice that will be used to assist youth in their transition from the Rhode Island Training School. MDFT intervenes at the family and community level with intensive therapy and skills development for substance abusing youth.
Target AudiencesYouth exiting the RITS as determined through the CJDATS grant project protocol.
ContactJeffrey Noll
Phone401-276-4530
Emailjnoll@provctr.org
Website  
Fax401-276-4571
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Site Community-based organizations other than schools
ElsewhereHome
Ages 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationPsychoeducational Consultants
ProgramClassroom meetings
Address 145 Waterman Steet
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description The Psychoeducational Consultants have conducted classroom meetings with children & adolescents within the general & special education settings.
Target Audiences 
ContactSteve C. Imber, Ph.D.
Phone421-4004
Emailscimber1@aol.com
Website  
Fax233-0946
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OrganizationRhode Island Hospital - Child & Family Psychiatry
ProgramProject Start
Address PO Box 122
593 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Free individual treatment protocol of skills training (affect management and problem solving) for adolescents who have attempted suicide.
Target Audiences 
ContactAnthony Spirito, Ph.D.
Phone444-4515
Emailanthony_spirito@brown.edu
Website  
Fax444-7018
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Ages 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationRIEAP, Inc. (RI Employee Assistance Program)
ProgramRhode Island Youth Suicide Prevention Project (RIYSPP)
Address 300 Centerville Road
Warwick, RI 02886
CategoriesSuicide Prevention
Counseling/Mental Health
Description RIYSPP implements evidence-based suicide prevention education programs in selected public schools and community-based organizations that serve adolescents and their families. The project provides a safety net for at risk youth by instituting screening, identification, and referral protocols, training gatekeepers, and providing a media campaign about who is at risk and how to respond.
Target AudiencesSchool staff and high-school age students
ContactLeigh A. Reposa, LCSW, Project Manager
Phone401-732-8680
Email 
Website riyouthsuicidepreventionproject.org
Fax401-737-0413
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Site Middle Schools
Ages 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/19/2011
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OrganizationRIEAP, Inc. (RI Employee Assistance Program)
ProgramStudent Assistance Program (SAP)
Address 120 Centerville Road
Warwick, RI 02886
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description SAP is a school based early intervention program designed to identify students at risk for substance abuse and related problems. The SAP provides comprehensive assessment, group counseling and referral, in addition to school-wide outreach and education.
Target AudiencesMiddle- and High-School age youth
ContactSarah C. Dinklage, Executive Director
Phone732-8680
Email 
Website www.rieas.com
Fax737-0413
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Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 4/8/2011
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OrganizationSamaritans of Rhode Island
ProgramSafe Place Survivors' Support Group
Address P.O. Box 9086
Providence RI 02940
CategoryCounseling/Mental Health
Description The Samaritans support group, SAFE PLACE, provides a non-threatening environment where caring people who have experienced loss through suicide can talk, listen, cry, and share their feelings of shock, anger, denial, guilt, and sorrow. The group meets weekly on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Target Audiences 
ContactDenise Panichas, Interim Executive Director
For more information, visit www.samaritansri.org
Phone401-272-4044 or 800-365-4044
Email 
Website samaritansri.org
Fax 
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Ages Adults
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Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationShoreline Psychological Associates
ProgramIndividual and Family Therapy
Address 90 Jefferson Blvd., Suite 1
Warwick, RI 02888
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Counseling/Mental Health
Description Specializing in domestic violence issues and providing clinical therapy, psychoeducational programs and support groups.
Target Audiences 
ContactKathryn Morrow, MA, LMHC
Phone401-461-2842
Emailsupport4women@gmail.com
Website  
Fax 
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationSocio-Economic Development Center for SE Asians
ProgramSEDC's Youth and Family Development Program
Address 620 Potters Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Mentoring
Description Provides gang prevention services to at-risk youth by providing counseling, tutoring, mentoring and recreational activities.
Target Audiences 
ContactLoeun B. Lay
Phone 
Email 
Website  
Fax467-3210
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OrganizationSocio-Economic Development Center for SE Asians
ProgramVictims of Crime Assistance Program
Address 620 Potters Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Addresses the difficulties encountered by Southeast Asians who have been victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or child abuse. The difficulties of these victims are losing their (or individual) trust and security towards their abusers. These victims become angry, upset, hostile and very depressed towards themselves and the perpetrators. They feel ashamed among friends, relatives and neighbors. Most of the time they feel frightened if they try to take any actions or ask help concerning their problems. Finally, it is very difficult to encounter help from others, and this is because of the culture or traditions that they are born into practicing.
Target Audiences 
ContactKimly Sao, Coordinator
Phone 
Email 
Website  
Fax467-3210
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereAny town in RI
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly, Mostly women and children
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationSSTARBIRTH
ProgramResidential Program -- Educational and Therapy groups
Address 80 East Street
Cranston, RI 02920
CategoriesSubstance Abuse Treatment & Interventions
Counseling/Mental Health
Description Substance Abuse Education: Relapse Prevention, Step Group, Relaxation Group, Transition Group, Individual Counseling. Parenting Groups/LifeSkills: Basic Infant Care Group, Nurturing/Wellness Group, Budgeting Group, Spirituality Group. Educational: Domestic Violence Awareness Group, Eatting Disorder Group, Cultural Awareness Group
Target AudiencesWomen who are pregnant/postpartum and in recovery, and their children.
ContactMatthew Boucher; Diane Gouveia (dgouveia@sstarbirth.com)
Phone401-463-6001
Emailmboucher@sstarbirth.com
Website www.sstar.org/test/showprogram.asp?id=32
Fax463-8572
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 18-25, Adults, Childbearing Age Women
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish Speaking Staff is available
Last Updated 4/7/2013
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OrganizationStopover Services of Newport
ProgramBehavior Management Program
Address 654 Green End Ave
Middletown, RI 02842-5644
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Behavior Management Specialist assists in Behavior Disordered Classroom in planning, crisis intervention, long term relationships, management of token economies, wrap-around service counselor liaisons and works with families and individuals.
Target Audiences 
ContactFrank C. Knapp, Executive Director and Barbara S. Haskell, Clinical Director
Phone401-848-0758
Email 
Website Click here or here
Fax848-7435
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Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationTides Family Services
ProgramHispanic/Latino Outreach Program
Address Br. Michael Reis
Main Office
215 Washington Street
West Warwick, RI 02896
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Outreach
Description Provides individual, family and group counseling to Latino youth and families in Pawtucket, Central Falls and Providence. Weekly Parents' Support Groups in Providence (Tues.) and CF/Pawt. (Wed.).
Target Audiences 
ContactBro. Charles Kitson, FSC 242 Dexter Street Pawtucket, RI 02860
Phone729-4727
Email 
Website  
Fax823-4694
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationTides Family Services
ProgramYouth Diversion Program
Address Br. Michael Reis
Main Office
215 Washington Street
West Warwick, RI 02896
CategoryCounseling/Mental Health
Description Provides individual, group and family counseling within the community to "at-risk" youth and their families.
Target Audiences 
ContactBr. Michael Reis
Phone822-1360
Email 
Website  
Fax823-4694
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OrganizationUrban League of RI
ProgramMale Responsibility Program
Address 246 Prairie Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Other Prevention Education
Description Field Trips, Community Service Projects, Case management and Health Ed Workshops. Health Ed Workshops include Communication skills, high risk behaviors for young men, drugs, alcohol, sexual intercourse, and gang involvement
Target Audiences 
ContactRobert Nyahkoon Jr., Male Responsibility Program Coordinator
Phone351-5000 x147
Email 
Website  
Fax454-1946
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Site High Schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationAssociates in Ed. & Prev. in Pastoral Practice
ProgramCrisis Intervention after Sexual Misconduct
Address PO Box 63
44 Main Street
North Kingstown, RI 02852
CategoriesFaith Based
Crisis Intervention
Description Intervention for individuals & churches in the aftermath of professional misconduct of a sexual nature.
Target Audiences 
ContactRev. Patricia L. Liberty, Executive Director
Phone295-0698
EmailAEPPP@aol.com
Website  
Fax295-8721
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ElsewhereIndividuals and Churches
Ages 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationBradford School
ProgramGroup and Individual Counseling
Address 15 Church Street
Bradford, RI 02808
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Group and Individual Counseling by full time social worker for entire school population.
Target Audiences 
ContactD.K. Casey, R.N.
Phone 
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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Ages  
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationChild & Family Services of Newport County
ProgramCrisis Intervention Program at Rogers High School
Address 24 School Street
Newport, RI 02840
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Violence Prevention Education
Description Rogers High School, Newport, RI. Teaches appropriate anger management, conflict resolution, and behavior management strategies and provides alternatives to out of school suspension.
Target Audiences 
ContactDale Rheault
Phone841-8896
Email 
Website  
Fax848-2336
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Site High Schools
Ages 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationChild & Family Services of Newport County
ProgramStudent Activities Program
Address 24 School Street
Newport, RI 02840
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Violence Prevention Education
Description Student Activities Program at Rogers High School, Newport, RI provides intervention and conflict resolution with at risk students.
Target Audiences 
ContactDale Rheault
Phone841-8896
Email 
Website  
Fax848-2336
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Site High Schools
Ages 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationCommunity Mediation Center of Rhode Island
ProgramMediation Services, Peer Mediation Training/Consulting; Violence Prevention Education
Address The Carriage House
570 Broad Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Violence Prevention Education
Description The concept of community mediation has grown rapidly over the course of the past three decades in response to concerns over violence in our society and frustration with our overburdened and expensive judicial system. More than 500 community mediation centers now operate throughout the United States, and today community mediation centers are recognized as vital components of justice in most states. The Community Mediation Center of Rhode Island (CMCRI), founded in 1996, is Rhode Islandís only such center. We are a grass-roots dispute resolution agency committed to the concepts of social justice, collaborative problem solving, building understanding through dialogue, and arriving at non-violent solutions to conflict.


CMCRI provides affordable mediation and dispute resolution services to community residents and organizations. In 2009 CMCRI staff and volunteer mediators intervened in over 646 disputes, both in the community and in the Small Claims Courts, assisting with family and parent-teen conflicts, court-involved juveniles, neighbor-to-neighbor, organizational and workplace disputes, agricultural conflicts, landlord-tenant, human rights cases, and small claims matters. By providing a forum in which parties can meet face to face to discuss their differences, we offer a voluntary, cooperative and constructive way of resolving conflicts and reaching agreements.


CMCRI also provides mediation and conflict resolution training to adults and children in the community and in the schools. In 2009 CMCRI offered 21 mediation and conflict resolution training sessions to over 303 children and adults, representing a large spectrum of races, ages, ethnicities and experiences.


The underlying goal of our work is to build and strengthen individuals, families and communities. Mediation enables individuals to build bridges within diverse populations by providing opportunities to solve disputes peacefully, preserve relationships and address root causes of conflict.

Target AudiencesAnyone experiencing a conflict, or interested in receiving conflict resolution training or workshops (Rhode Island residents).
ContactAbigail Jones-Herriott, Executive Director, or Victoria Moreno-Jackson, Program Director
Phone(401) 273-9999
Emailajones-herriott@cmcri.org; Vmoreno-jackson@cmcri.org
Website www.cmcri.org/
Fax(401) 273-9999
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereDistrict courts state-wide -- Small Claims courts
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 8/11/2011
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OrganizationCranston High School West
ProgramStudents as Mediators
Address Cranston Peer Education Program
845 Park Avenue
Cranston, RI 02910
Cranston High School West
80 Metropolitan Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description Conflict Resolution/Violence prevention.
Target Audiences 
ContactStephen A. Aiello
Phone785-0400
Email 
Website  
Fax461-7171
TDD785-8115
Site  
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationCrossroads Rhode Island
ProgramStreet Outreach (RYP)
Address 160 Broad St.
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Outreach
Description Provides information, referral and crisis intervention to runaways, homeless, sexually exploited and at risk youth living on or involved with the streets and culture associated with it. Conducted Monday through Friday from 12:00 noon to 11:30 p.m. statewide, concentrating specifically in Providence, Newport, Pawtucket, and Central Falls. All Travelers Aid services are made available to this population, as well as through an extensive network of outside service providers.
Target Audiences 
ContactRussell Partridge, Director of Social Service
Phone401-521-2255 or 401-521-7223 (SAFE) 521-7223 (SAFE)
Emailrpartridge@crossroadsri.org
Website www.crossroadsri.org
Fax421-7410
TDD521-2255
Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereOn the streets throughout local communities and capitol city.
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationCrossroads Rhode Island
ProgramTwenty-four Hour Hotline
Address 160 Broad St.
Providence, RI 02903
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description (521-SAFE): Provides access to services and safe transition off the streets. Information and referral and no charge client contact with workers.
Target Audiences 
ContactRussell Partridge, Director of Social Service
Phone401-521-2255 or 401-521-7223 (SAFE) 521-7223 (SAFE)
Emailrpartridge@crossroadsri.org
Website www.crossroadsri.org
Fax421-7410
TDD521-2255
Site  
Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Parents, Teachers, Youth service professionals.
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationCumberland School Department
ProgramPolice/School Based Partnership
Address 2600 Mendon Road
Cumberland, RI 02864;
Cumberland Police Department
1600 Mendon Road
Cumberland, RI 02464
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description New program with a full time coordinator - researching problems and solutions to them.
Target Audiences 
ContactSgt. Christine Crocker Cumberland Police Department
Phone333-2500 (C.P.D.)
Email 
Website  
Fax334-4855 (C.P.D.)
TDD 
Site Middle Schools
Ages 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationCumberland School Department
ProgramSchool "PASS" Hotline
Address 2600 Mendon Road
Cumberland, RI 02864;
Cumberland Police Department
1600 Mendon Road
Cumberland, RI 02464
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description School "PASS" Hotline - Police Adopting Schools and Students. New program - Hotline for any type of problem.
Target Audiences 
ContactSgt. Christine Crocker Cumberland Police Department
Phone333-2500 (C.P.D.)
Email 
Website  
Fax334-4855 (C.P.D.)
TDD 
Site High Schools
Ages 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationFamily Independence Program (FIP)
ProgramAdolescent Self Sufficiency Collaborative (ASSC)
Address RI Department of Human Services
600 New London Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Shelter/Transitional Housing
Description Provides supervised living arrangements for minor parents.
Target AudiencesPregnant and parenting teens under age 20 and teens at risk ages 13-20
ContactSusan O'Donnell , ASSC Coordinator
Phone401-462-6829
Emailsodonnell@dhs.ri.gov
Website  
Fax401-462-1846
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Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Elsewhereteen's home
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationFamily Independence Program (FIP)
ProgramFamily Violence Option Advocacy Program (FVOAP)
Address RI Department of Human Services
600 New London Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description Offers work and child support waivers to domestic violence victims.
Target AudiencesFIP Recipients
ContactJeanne Hunter, Domestic Violence Coordinator
Phone462-6840
Emailjhunter@dhs.ri.gov
Website  
Fax462-1846
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Site  
ElsewhereDHS local offices
Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationFamily Resources, Inc.
ProgramComprehensive Emergency Services
Address 245 Main Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description 60 days of intensive services to families in danger of child abuse and neglect and including other families in need.
Target Audiences 
ContactIvy Medeiros
Phone766-0900
Emailizlotlow@famresri.org
Website www.famres.org
Fax766-8737
TDD767-4081
Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereMostly outreach in the client's home
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 8/15/2011
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OrganizationHuman Ecology Associates
ProgramEducation and support services for parents
Address Gladstone School
50 Gladstone Street
Cranston, RI 02860
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description For parents of elementary school youth with special needs entering school and transitioning to middle school.
Target Audiences 
ContactSandra DelSesto, Executive Director
Phone946-5122
Email 
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Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationHuman Ecology Associates
ProgramProject RISK
Address Gladstone School
50 Gladstone Street
Cranston, RI 02860
CategoriesOther Prevention Education
Crisis Intervention
Description RISK (Reducing the Incidence of Substance Abuse in Kids), an alternative skill building program targeting at risk youth transitioning to high school.
Target Audiences 
ContactSandra DelSesto, Executive Director
Phone946-5122
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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Ages  
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationHuman Ecology Associates
ProgramProject SAGE
Address Gladstone School
50 Gladstone Street
Cranston, RI 02860
CategoriesMentoring
Crisis Intervention
Description Mentoring program using Senior Citizen volunteers to intervene one-on-one with high risk primary grade youth.
Target Audiences 
ContactSandra DelSesto, Executive Director
Phone946-5122
Email 
Website  
Fax 
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationNRICMHC
ProgramThe Multicultural Counseling Center
Address 280 Broadway
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description
  1. Crime reduction counseling and Drug dealers prevention.
  2. Conflict resolution and Peer mediation.
  3. Substance abuse treatment and prevention.
  4. Batterers intervention groups.
  5. Anger management groups.
Target Audiences 
ContactSteven Horovitz
Phone521-3300 (English) 272-2010 (Spanish)
Email 
Website  
Fax272-2460
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Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereRI Training School
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationPortsmouth Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force
ProgramStudents As Mediators
Address 29 Middle Road
Portsmouth, RI 02871
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Violence Prevention Education
Description Portsmouth High School trained students and staff settle disputes among H.S. students in a timely manner. (Year long.) Direct violence prevention education for the students trained.
Target Audiences 
ContactBunny Miller, Coordinator Monica Bailey, Student Assistance Counselor
Phone683-0709
Emailbunnym@gis.net
Website  
Fax683-5204
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Site High Schools
Ages 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationProvidence Center
ProgramChild & Family Outpatient Services
Address 520 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Outpatient counseling for mental health and substance abuse problems; intensive outpatient and partial hospital programs; individual, family, and group treatment modalities.
Target AudiencesAll ages, all geographic areas in Rhode Island
ContactJeffrey Noll
Phone401-276-4155
Emailjnoll@provctr.org
Website  
Fax401-276-4517
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereProvidence Community Health Centers
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationProvidence Center
ProgramMiddle School Substance Abuse Prevention
Address 520 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Staff provide in-school and evening groups for youth and parents, in addition to supportive counseling, case management/referral, and crisis intervention to increase family stability and decrease student risk.
Target Audiences 
ContactJeffrey Noll
Phone401-276-4155
Emailjnoll@provctr.org
Website  
Fax401-276-4517
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Site Middle Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 11-13
Language(s) Program Provided In English, Spanish
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationPsychoeducational Consultants
ProgramClassroom meetings
Address 145 Waterman Steet
Providence, RI 02906
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description The Psychoeducational Consultants have conducted classroom meetings with children & adolescents within the general & special education settings.
Target Audiences 
ContactSteve C. Imber, Ph.D.
Phone421-4004
Emailscimber1@aol.com
Website  
Fax233-0946
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Ages  
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationRhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
ProgramChildren's Programs
Address 422 Post Road, Suite 202
Warwick, RI 02888
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description Our member agencies conduct various programs such as expressive art therapy.
Target Audiences 
ContactFrancie Mantak
Phone467-9940
Emailfmantak@ricadv.org
Website  
Fax467-9943
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Site On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereVaries from agency to agency
Ages Varies
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationRhode Island Hospital - Child & Family Psychiatry
ProgramProject Start
Address PO Box 122
593 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Free individual treatment protocol of skills training (affect management and problem solving) for adolescents who have attempted suicide.
Target Audiences 
ContactAnthony Spirito, Ph.D.
Phone444-4515
Emailanthony_spirito@brown.edu
Website  
Fax444-7018
TDD 
Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages 11-13, 14-17
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationRIEAP, Inc. (RI Employee Assistance Program)
ProgramStudent Assistance Program (SAP)
Address 120 Centerville Road
Warwick, RI 02886
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description SAP is a school based early intervention program designed to identify students at risk for substance abuse and related problems. The SAP provides comprehensive assessment, group counseling and referral, in addition to school-wide outreach and education.
Target AudiencesMiddle- and High-School age youth
ContactSarah C. Dinklage, Executive Director
Phone732-8680
Email 
Website www.rieas.com
Fax737-0413
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Site Middle Schools
High Schools
Ages 11-13, 14-17, 18-25
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 4/8/2011
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OrganizationSamaritans of Rhode Island
Program24-Hour Suicide Hotline
Address P.O. Box 9086
Providence RI 02940
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description Samaritan volunteers provide confidential, anonymous telephone support to the lonely, depressed, grieving, or suicidal. Over 30,000 contacts are received annually by The Samaritans in Rhode Island. 78.2% of indidviduals placing calls to the hotline are members of at-risk groups for depression and suicide or are actively thinking about completing suicide.
Target Audiences 
ContactDenise Panichas, Interim Executive Director
For more information, visit www.samaritansri.org
Phone401-272-4044 or 800-365-4044
Email 
Website samaritansri.org
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Ages 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
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Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationSamaritans of Rhode Island
ProgramCommunity Education
Address P.O. Box 9086
Providence RI 02940
CategoryCrisis Intervention
Description The Samaritans is RI's only philanthropic organization exclusively dedicated to suicide prevention, education and support for adults who have lost a loved one or friend to suicide.
Target Audiences 
ContactDenise Panichas, Interim Executive Director
For more information, visit www.samaritansri.org
Phone401-272-4044 or 800-365-4044
Email 
Website samaritansri.org
Fax 
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High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly, All Rhode Islanders
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationShoreline Psychological Associates
ProgramIndividual and Family Therapy
Address 90 Jefferson Blvd., Suite 1
Warwick, RI 02888
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Counseling/Mental Health
Description Specializing in domestic violence issues and providing clinical therapy, psychoeducational programs and support groups.
Target Audiences 
ContactKathryn Morrow, MA, LMHC
Phone401-461-2842
Emailsupport4women@gmail.com
Website  
Fax 
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages Adults
Language(s) Program Provided In English
Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationSocio-Economic Development Center for SE Asians
ProgramVictims of Crime Assistance Program
Address 620 Potters Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Addresses the difficulties encountered by Southeast Asians who have been victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or child abuse. The difficulties of these victims are losing their (or individual) trust and security towards their abusers. These victims become angry, upset, hostile and very depressed towards themselves and the perpetrators. They feel ashamed among friends, relatives and neighbors. Most of the time they feel frightened if they try to take any actions or ask help concerning their problems. Finally, it is very difficult to encounter help from others, and this is because of the culture or traditions that they are born into practicing.
Target Audiences 
ContactKimly Sao, Coordinator
Phone 
Email 
Website  
Fax467-3210
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
ElsewhereAny town in RI
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly, Mostly women and children
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationSouth Providence Neighborhood Ministries
ProgramDirect Services
Address 747 Broad Street
Providence, RI 02907
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Faith Based
Description Home of The ReThink It Movement - A youth led conflict resolution/anti-bullying program!
Provides food, rent and utility help for families with children (minors) and elderly or disabled neighbors on social security living in zip code areas 02905 or 02907 in Providence, plus self-help programs like SERVE and SuperPantry and opportunity for neighbors to volunteer to help others.
Target Audiences 
ContactYvette Kenner, Executive Director
Phone461-7509
Emailinfo@spnm.org
Website spnm.org
Fax785-8277
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Site On site(s) where program is located
Ages Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/29/2013
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OrganizationStopover Services of Newport
ProgramBehavior Management Program
Address 654 Green End Ave
Middletown, RI 02842-5644
CategoriesCounseling/Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Description Behavior Management Specialist assists in Behavior Disordered Classroom in planning, crisis intervention, long term relationships, management of token economies, wrap-around service counselor liaisons and works with families and individuals.
Target Audiences 
ContactFrank C. Knapp, Executive Director and Barbara S. Haskell, Clinical Director
Phone401-848-0758
Email 
Website Click here or here
Fax848-7435
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Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationStopover Services of Newport
ProgramStreet Outreach Program to Reduce Sexual Abuse
Address 654 Green End Ave
Middletown, RI 02842-5644
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Outreach
Description (STOP) - SOS collaborates with Travelers Aid Society to provide outreach workers on the street two nights weekly in Newport, three nights in urban Providence.
Target Audiences 
ContactFrank C. Knapp, Executive Director and Barbara S. Haskell, Clinical Director
Phone848-0758
Email 
Website Click here or here
Fax848-7435
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Last Updated 8/21/2011
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OrganizationTides Family Services
ProgramTides Outreach Project
Address Br. Michael Reis
Main Office
215 Washington Street
West Warwick, RI 02896
CategoriesCrisis Intervention
Outreach
Description Provides intensive outreach and tracking (24 hr. crisis intervention/counseling (informal) to youth and families involved with juvenile justice system.
Target Audiences 
ContactRob Archer 790 Broad Street Providence, RI 02909
Phone272-4470
Email 
Website  
Fax823-4694
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Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationWomen's Center of RI
ProgramCommunity Services
Address PO Box 6692
Providence, RI 02940
CategoriesAdvocacy/Public Awareness
Crisis Intervention
Description Court, Welfare offices, Police, Other Social Service agencies. Program open to victims of interpersonal violence and anyone desiring Education/Intervention on domestic violence.
Target Audiences 
ContactKathy Jellison
Phone861-2761
EmailKJELLISON@efortress.com
Website  
Fax861-2762
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Site Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Community-based organizations other than schools
On site(s) where program is located
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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OrganizationWomen's Resource Center of Newport & Bristol Co.
ProgramCrisis Intervention and Shelter
Address 114 Touro Street
Newport, RI 02840
CategoriesShelter/Transitional Housing
Crisis Intervention
Description WRC offers 24/7 hotline and shelter for victims of Domestic Violence and children.
Target Audiences 
ContactMain Office
Phone846-5263
Email 
Website  
Fax848-0910
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Site  
Ages 0-5, 6-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-25, Adults, Elderly, all ages
Language(s) Program Provided In  
Last Updated 3/1/2011
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