Abbreviated list of Rhode Island service organizations
EntityDescriptionAddressPhoneWebsite
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help individuals and families buy food. If you are working but are still struggling financially to buy food and provide nutritious meals, maybe the SNAP Program can help.Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Providence Regional Family Center
206 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02907

1-866-306-0270 1-401-462-5300SNAP
RIte CareRIte Care provides health insurance for low-income, uninsured Rhode Island children, pregnant women, and some low-income parents. It is funded with both Federal and State dollars through the Medicaid program.Rite Care

Rhode Island Health Center Association 235 Promenade Street Suite 455 Providence, RI 02908

1-401-462-5300
1-401-462-3363
RIte Care
RIte Share Premium Assistance ProgramRIte Share is Rhode Island’s Premium Assistance Program that helps Rhode Island families afford health insurance through their employer by paying for some or all of the employee’s cost.RIte Share Premium Assistance Program

RI Executive Office of Health and Human Services
74 West Rd., Hazard Bldg. #74
Cranston, Rhode Island 02920

1-401-462-5300
1-401-462-6337
RIte Share
netWORKrinetWORKri is Rhode Island’s One-Stop Career Center System, a partnership of professional labor, training, and education organizations.netWORKri

Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training
1511 Pontiac Ave., Cranston RI 02920

1-401-462-8000netWORKri
DHS Child Care Assistance ProgramWe provide subsidies to more working families than
most states, allowing families to increase their earning power while remaining
eligible for child-care assistance
Child Care Assistance

Providence Regional Family Center
206 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, Rhode Island 02907

1-401-462-5300 1-855-398-7605CCAP
Low Income Home Energy
Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
The CAPs provide Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) assistance from November 1st to March 31st to residents at or below 60 % of RI median income. They determine income eligibility and, based on household income, make direct payments on your behalf to your heating to help with energy bills or restore gas or electric service.LIHEAP

RI Office of Energy ResourcesOne Capitol HillProvidence, RI 02908

1-401-574-9100LIHEAP
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