Life skills learning center for young male adults, ages 18 and over
Helps and supports children, ages 3-19, and their families mourn a loved one in a safe, supportive environment.
Free residential program for young men and women, ages 16-24, that empowers youth to take responsibility for their employability through the integration of vocational skills and academic achievement.
Woonsocket Fire Department has the only in-depth Firesetter Program in the northern part of Rhode Island, and 1 of only 3 such programs in the State.
Job Training, Academic Training, Skills Training
for young adults, 16-24.
Searchable database of organizations and programs in Providence.
Directory of after-school and summer programs for Providence youth, ages 10-20.
Program to help low-income students do well in school and prepare for college. Students enroll in the third grade and remain in the Crusade until high school graduation. Crusaders make a promise to avoid alcohol, drugs, early parenthood and problems with the law. Those who work to keep the pledge, graduate high school and financially qualify receive college scholarship assistance.
Listing of agencies, mental health services, and support programs.
Intervention, treatment, education and prevention.
The Whitmarsh STD Clinic in Providence provides free screening and treatment services for all sexually transmitted diseases. All services are strictly confidential.
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Visit Asperger Syndrome.
Visit Youth Who Drop Out.
Visit Special Education.
Organization made up of individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, their families, friends, and professionals that provide a variety of programs and services, including support groups. Visit Asperger Syndrome.
Education, advocacy, and support. Visit Family Health.
Promotes mental health, prevent mental illness, and improve mental health services through advocacy, education, and research. Visit Bipolar Disorder.
Support to people with mental illness and their friends or family members, education for professionals and the public about mental illness, and advocacy for improved services for all people with mental illness. Visit Teen Depression.
Education, advocacy and public awareness activities. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
Providing leadership on the issue of domestic violence. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
Provides free legal assistance to persons with disabilities. Services include individual representation to protect rights or secure benefits and services; self-help information; educational programs; and administrative and legal advocacy. Visit Special Education.
Statewide children's policy organization that provides information on child well-being, stimulates dialogue on children's issues, and promotes accountability and action to improve the health, education, safety, and economic security of Rhode Island's children.
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An investigative, informational, and referral service available to the citizens of the State of Rhode Island maintained and operated by the Rhode Island State Police. Visit Runaways and Missing Children.
Supports parents to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become equal partners in advocacy and education for their children. Visit Parenting Teens.
Free or low-cost health insurance coverage for Rhode Island children, 18 and younger. Visit Family Health.
Resource for victims of sexual assault and their families, as well as for those who are seeking information about issues relating to sexual assault, child sexual abuse, domestic violence, and other violent crimes. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.