Providing a Safety Net  |  Promoting Self-sufficiency  |  Increasing Access to Jewish Life
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401.421.4111. ext. 411

It is essential to meet the growing needs of our community. We respond to the requests of families in need, at-risk individuals, folks who find themselves in an unexpected tight-spot, and those who simply have questions. Should you need further assistance, call us at 401.421.4111 ext. 411.

An asterisk (*) indicates a Jewish organization.

*Touro Fraternal Association
Location:

45 Rolfe Square Cranston, RI 02910
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Phone:

401.785.0066

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Description:

Since our founding in 1918, Touro Fraternal Association has offered Jewish men a sense of fraternalism, community and belonging. We are the largest independent Jewish fraternal order in the Northeast. Our successes have been achieved through the efforts of our membership, one that continues to grow every year.

Amos House
Location:

415 Friendship Street Providence, RI 02907
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Phone:

401.272.0220

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Description:

Amos House is a nonprofit social services agency that provides hospitality and direct services to the homeless and poor of Rhode Island.

Aunt Bertha

Description:

Aunt Bertha is building the country’s most comprehensive online directory of social service organizations. They believe that every person and family should have one place online where they can find help in a time of need – and they’ve been transforming the way social services information is organized and delivered ever since.

Capital Good Fund
Location:

22 A Street, Providence, RI 02907
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Phone:

866.584.3651

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Description:

Capital Good Fund is a nonprofit, certified Community Development Financial Institution that takes a holistic approach to fighting poverty. It offers small loans and one-on-one Financial Coaching to hard-working Americans. The mission is to provide equitable financial services that create pathways out of poverty.

Fax: 866.254.0219

Center for Mediation & Collaboration RI (CMCRI)
Location:

500 500 Broad Street, Unit 4B, Providence, RI 02907
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Phone:

401.273.9999

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Description:

With the assistance of volunteer mediators, the Community Mediation Center of Rhode Island (CMCRI) provides confidential, affordable mediation services to address a broad variety of public and private disputes. The Center provides training to individuals of all ages, families and organizations to promote the use of peaceful, productive conflict resolution throughout the state. CMCRI provides conflict resolution training to individuals and organizations across the state. It intervenes in hundreds of disputes annually, both in the community and in the Small Claims Courts. CMCRI assists with family conflicts, court-involved juveniles, neighbor-to-neighbor disputes, organizational and workplace disputes, agricultural conflicts, landlord-tenant cases, and human rights cases.

Children’s Friend
Location:

153 Summer Street Providence, RI 02903
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Phone:

401.276.4300

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Description:

Children’s Friend, a non-profit organization founded in 1834, is Rhode Island’s oldest child welfare organization and a leading provider of child welfare, family support, mental health, and child development services.  With centers in Providence, Pawtucket and Central Falls, Children’s Friend serves more than 30,000 of Rhode Island’s most vulnerable children and their families each year.

Day One RI
Location:

100 Medway Street, Providence, RI
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Phone:

401.421.4100

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Description:

Day One provides services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and other violent crimes and educates the public throughout the state of Rhode Island. Services include crisis intervention, individual and group counseling for children and adults, consultations, and advocacy for victims and their families.

24-hour Victims of Crime Helpline: 800.494.8100

Department of Planning and Development
Location:

444 Westminster Street Providence, Rhode Island 02903
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Phone:

401.680.8400

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Description:

In partnership with our neighborhoods, the Department of Planning and Development plans Providence’s future while respecting its past. We guide physical, social, and economic change in Providence’s neighborhoods and its downtown to shape a more prosperous, sustainable, and beautiful city for all. We offer a wide range of programs and services to residents, businesses and non-profit organizations to achieve our goals of creating great neighborhoods, supporting job creation and stimulating the economy.

Disability Law Center
Location:

275 Westminster Street Suite 401 Providence, RI 02903
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Phone:

401.831.3150

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Description:

Rhode Island Disability Law Center (RIDLC) provides free legal assistance to persons with disabilities. Services include individual representation to protect rights or to secure benefits and services; self-help information; educational programs; and administrative and legislative advocacy. The agency administers eight federally funded advocacy programs, each of which has its own eligibility criteria.

Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island
Location:

North Campus: 220 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI 02907
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Phone:

401.461.5940

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Description:

Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island empowers individuals and families, especially the underserved, immigrants, and refugees, to become self-sufficient and fully participating members of our diverse community through innovative programs and advocacy that promote education, training, and cultural understanding.


Location:

South Campus: 645 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI 02907
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Phone:

401.461.5940

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Description:

Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island empowers individuals and families, especially the underserved, immigrants, and refugees, to become self-sufficient and fully participating members of our diverse community through innovative programs and advocacy that promote education, training, and cultural understanding.

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