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Feb07

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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Jan26

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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Jan26

Free Tax Prep for People Earning Under $57,000

Starting January 29, 2018, Community Care Alliance is providing FREE Income Tax Preparation for families with incomes less than $57,000 through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
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Jan24

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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Dec31

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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Dec21

Holiday Donation Brighten the Holidays for Many

The generous donations from local businesses, faith-based organizations, and foundations helped make the holidays brighter for hundreds of low income families living in northern Rhode Island. Community Care Alliance (CCA) administered the distribution of food baskets, toys, clothing, gift cards, an...
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Dec19

In the News - My Turn: Karen Santilli: Homelessness grows in Rhode Island

Providence Journal —Homelessness in Rhode Island is on the rise. The state saw a 1.7 percent increase in homelessness this year according to a new report by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
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Dec19

In the News - RI Mental Health Agency Gets $10,000

In the Providence Journal - Mental-health education for middle school, high school and college students in the state is expected to improve following two grants totaling $25,000 awarded to NAMI Rhode Island , the state chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Parents and educators also a...
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Dec19

In the News - Raimondo: Overdose Deaths in RI Drop 9%

In the Providence Journal -- Governor Gina Raimondo announced Tuesday that drug overdose deaths have decreased 9 percent during the first eight months of 2017.
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Nov29

On the Radio - HIV/AID Support Services New Programs

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