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Prevent Overdose Rhode Island Highlight

Community Care Alliance is working with the state to develop overdose response plans.
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On PBS - The Fix: Examining Rhode Island's Opioid Epidemic

Our Peer Recovery Specialist is featured in this compelling documentary.
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On the Radio - The Importance of Peer Support

Peers have lived experience with mental health and addictions. They lend a unique perspective and support for people going through things that they've already been through.
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On the Radio - LGBTQ Resources for Youth

What does the acronym LGBTQ stand for and what are we doing to help the LGBTQ community?
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Champions Honored by Community Care Alliance

Community Care Alliance (CCA) hosted its 16 th Community Champions & Music event at River Falls Tavern in Woonsocket on April 5 th .
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On the Radio - Keeping RI Kids Safe and Parents Informed

Public Awareness about the numbers of children suffering from neglect and maltreatment is a place to start in addressing the problem. The Week of the Young Child and our #KeepingRIKids Safe campaign offers an opportunity to present our discussion.
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In the News - DCYF Looking for a Few Good Families

Department of Children, Youth and Families Director Trista Piccola on Tuesday issued a “serious call to action” to people interested in becoming foster parents, as she said there is a growing need for foster families across Rhode Island.
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Learn About Foster Parenting at Info Sessions

Information sessions to dispel the myths around being a foster parent and to answer questions regarding our Therapeutic Foster Care program begin January 30th.
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On the Radio - Financial Empowerment

According to HUD- the average person/family should budget 30% of their income for housing costs, but according to CNN Money- most people are using up to 65% of their income for housing.
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In the News - DCYF Boosts Frontline Staffing

Providence—Private agencies that provide everything from mental-health counseling to special-education programs to thousands of children in state care warn of consequences if their programs are cut. Budget cuts in the Department of Children, Youth and Families at a time when the agency is shifting ...
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