During the COVID19 outbreak, Community Care Alliance is OPEN and providing services and supports where most needed while following safety protocols. A telephone assessment option is also available. Some program locations are closed, with staff providing remote contacts and services.

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COVID19 Service Changes
How we provide services has changed, but that we care for you has not. 

How We Help

We support people to address problems during difficult times and give the step up they are seeking. Looking for help? We offer more than 50 services and programs for people challenged by mental health and addiction problems, basic needs, trauma, housing, education and employment. We can help...

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Portrait of Promise - Maddie

Maddie inspired an all-girls team to be regional competition winners, giving them the opportunity to video chat with real astronauts on the International Space Station for the final competition. And, her diligent efforts to provide support to our most vulnerable populations cannot go unnoticed. The Full Story»


This Intern Shines

In many cases (especially in the middle of a pandemic) internships just sort of...end. The fact that these two had a proper moment to close this chapter, masks and all, says much about both Brianna and Karen. The Full Story»


CCA's First Ever Virtual Board Meeting

Pre-pandemic, our board of directors had committed to having a minimum of five regular meetings per year. Even though it's impossible to gather in person, they decided to meet monthly as long as necessary. The Full Story»


Be the One to Say the Bright Thing

And what better day to tell this story, than on the day we are promoting "Call Me Positive" as part of our May is Mental Health Month initiative, a great way of spreading good things happening, even in these difficult times. Let's continue to brighten each other's day with a good laugh and positive thoughts. The Full Story»


Making the Most of Quiet Moments

Alan is an inspiration to all of us who may have more time on our hands during these days of isolation to make time to enjoy the present and create something beautiful. The Full Story»


Portraits of Promise

Now in this time of struggle, fear and uncertainty, we at The Harbor Youth Center want to give all of you the opportunity to get to know some of our amazing youth and young adults through our ‘Portraits of Promise’ series. The Full Story»


There's Hope in Community

Here's a message for the community from guys who are working on their recovery and in need of the message themselves! The Full Story»


Community Care Kitchen is Putting Food on the Table

Masks are the new attire at our Community Care Kitchen where meals are prepared for our four residential sites. Thanks to RI Food Bank, this team is also packaging items for our programs and client families. The Full Story»


The New Way to Project Learn

Learning continues for our Project Learn students, albeit in a different way. Instructor, Emily, has the challenge of presenting classes online. The Full Story»


A Luau Parade Winds Through Woonsocket

The community expressed an ecstatic response to the beeping and waving, and many kids and adults ran out of their buildings waving and yelling "THANK YOU!" with bright smiles on their faces. The Full Story»


Not Only A Case Manager...

James is not only a case manager at CCA-- he is also a client. The Full Story»


The Frontline is the Food Line

Having the worry about how to provide the next meal is real stress. A stress that many have never felt before—until now. The Full Story»


A Portrait of Promise—Sam

Some jobs you wouldn't think of as essential, but they are! Meet Sam, an essential worker and member of The Harbour youth center. The Full Story»


Working Together is Grand

Days of isolation means that this grandmother is sharing her work space with her granddaughter. It's a wonderful arrangement. The Full Story»


Supply Chain & Safety Challenges in the World of the Essential Employee

When you're not the first in the supply line, a warrior is needed to protect staff on the frontlines. Tony Orlando is our guy! The Full Story»


Showing Support in Blue

Wearing blue at their online meeting today, the FCCP Team ( Family Care Community Partnership ) walks the walk everyday helping stressed families and children at risk to meet their goals. The Full Story»


Getting food to the People

Thank you RI Food Bank for providing CCA with a COVID19 discount and Lori for distributing. The Full Story»


Online Education Isn't Just for Kids

Our kids aren't the only ones that had to make the jump to online education during the COVID-19 crisis. The Full Story»


The Positives

There are positives that come out of crisis, usually related to people helping others. 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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