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There are many inspiring stories of people with the strength and spirit to gain stability in their lives.

We believe that everyone strives for balance in their thoughts, emotions and behaviors, and that people flourish when they have a place to live, healthy food, a comfortable income and strong relationships. 

We support people to address problems during difficult times and give the step up they are seeking. 

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We offer more than 40 service programs for people challenged by mental health and addictions, basic needs, trauma, housing, education and employment. We can help...

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How Cruising with Police Officers Works for Everyone

Lisa Roberts, MA, QMHP, LCDP, is an asset to the Woonsocket Police Department, and they to Community Care Alliance. Every Wednesday, across two shifts, she rides in a cruiser and assists with people who are having a mental health issue or trauma-related experience. The Full Story»


Men Tenderly Hatch Eggs — Reap Rewards

A fun idea turned into a rewarding project at Jellison House this spring. Turns out, men love these chicks. The Full Story»


High Praise & a Win for RI

Ray Conca, Vocational Services Supervisor at Community Care Alliance, is a hero to the people he helps to find employment. In fact, Tony says, “Ray is the best vocational worker in the state of Rhode Island!” The Full Story»


Rita and VITA

Our Chief Financial Officer, Rita Gandhi, has a lot on her shoulders managing the financial integrity of an organization that spans 20 sites and over 40 programs. With my office next door to hers, I see the traffic of people who stop in to review their budgets, go over estimates, define their program needs, request her signature, and ask for her opinion. It’s a constant revolving door. But, Rita ...The Full Story»


Jessica Jones Honored at General Assembly

Jessica Jones, Certified Peer Recovery Coach, was recognized for her outstanding work in the field of substance use treatment along with three colleagues from across the state. The Full Story»


Spreading Staff Cheer

Working with vulnerable families involved with DCYF, the staff are exposed to things most people could never imagine being reality—things that shake our core. But, in the spirit of the season, we hold each other up. The Full Story»

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We support individuals and families in their efforts to meet economic, social and emotional challenges and enhance their well-being.

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PO Box 1700 | Woonsocket, RI | 02895 | Directions
401.235.7000 Main Agency | 401.235.7120 Emergency

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