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Anchor Recovery Community Centers
Anchor Recovery Community Centers serves people in recovery in Providence and Warwick. Services include peer support, recovery support groups and sober community events, as well as employment services, computer access, activities and clubs, and referrals to additional help. They also provide naloxone (Narcan) kits and overdose prevention training.
Project Weber/RENEW
For those looking for harm reduction supplies and support in Rhode Island, Project Weber/RENEW distributes these items in South Providence, Pawtucket, and Kennedy Plaza. They give out naloxone (Narcan) kits, fentanyl test strips, safe needles and sharps disposal containers, safer use kits, and connections to substance use treatment for those interested. They also offer HIV/Hep C testing and care, PrEP, and support groups for current and former sex workers, as well as a support group for trans/gender diverse individuals. RENEW is also opening the state’s first safe-use site.
Rhode Island 211
Callers to Rhode Island’s 211 hotline will be connected to a variety of essential social services, including veteran’s assistance, children’s and senior’s resources, food, housing services, victim services, healthcare, treatment for mental health and substance use, and more. Don’t spend hours finding individual programs; just call 211 to find everything you need at once.
Crossroads Rhode Island
Crossroads Rhode Island provides housing services across the state through Coordinated Entry (CE) points, which is a standardized assessment and referral process. They offer emergency shelters, domestic violence shelters, and a community health center.
Rhode Island Community Food Bank Locator
Hungry? The Rhode Island Community Food Bank Locator is an interactive map showing over 140 food pantries and meal sites across the state. The map is updated monthly, so the information is always up-to-date. If you’re in need, this can be a great resource.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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Operation Stand Down Rhode Island
Operation Stand Down, based out of Johnston, provides a wide range of support for homeless and at-risk veterans. Services include housing and rental assistance, VA disability claims help, employment and training, legal assistance, a food pantry, and hygiene items. Operation Stand Down works with multiple agencies across Rhode Island to provide veterans with the support they need.
Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI)
Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI) serves state residents in 39 cities and towns throughout the state. They provide behavioral health and crisis services to adults, teens, and children, housing services, parenting skill training, case management, support for those living with HIV/AIDS, and substance use treatment for adults and youth.
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East Bay Recovery Center
401-289-2055 / 401-302-6231
East Bay Recovery Center supports those in recovery in the Warren and Bristol areas with peer coaching, recovery meetings and training, family support groups, employment and life skills training, relapse prevention, and assistance with social services. They also provide naloxone (Narcan) and overdose prevention training.
Serenity Center
The Serenity Center is a peer-run program in Woonsocket that provides a range of sober activities such as karaoke nights, movie nights, cookie baking, crafts, and more. The Center also hosts recovery groups and offers financial literacy classes, health & wellness programs, and referrals for basic needs. They distribute naloxone (Narcan) kits and have overdose prevention training as well.
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