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To make an appointment, call (401) 732-5656
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911

About Us

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Helping More Rhode Islanders Thrive

All Thrive services are provided in an atmosphere of dignity, respect and equality; they are recovery-oriented, trauma-informed and family-focused. Thrive’s staff helps people create positive and lasting change regardless of their age, income, or insurance status. Thrive is the designated Community Mental Health organization for Kent County in Rhode Island.

In 2023, over 2,000 clients received services in both mental health and wellbeing as well as substance use treatment. Our services are provided on an outpatient basis in Kent County at offices located in Warwick and West Warwick, and statewide in offices located in Warren and Providence.  Six residential treatment programs are located throughout the state. Thrive also has agreements providing services to students through the school systems in Coventry, Cranston, Barrington, Narragansett and East Greenwich.

Thrive’s evidence-based program teams, Integrated Health Home (IHH), Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Housing First outreach, eliminate the barriers to entry by going to client’s homes and providing direct services to those who might not be able to travel to office locations.

Thrive is proud to run the Eleanor Briggs School, a specialized school designed for children whose behavioral and emotional difficulties significantly impede their progress in public school. The school is licensed by the Rhode Island Department of Education as a Special Education Program for children, grades 1-12. Some of our clients are referred to become a member of Hillsgrove Clubhouse, a nationally accredited program based in Warwick that focuses on workforce development while promoting a sense of belonging and the right to self-determination for its members. It is the only accredited Clubhouse in Rhode Island. Thrive also offers a court diversion program and 24 hour/7 days a week emergency service line.


Thrive Behavioral Health’s mission is to improve the quality of life of people in its community by promoting growth, mutual interdependence, and recovery. Thrive’s staff helps people create positive and lasting change regardless of their age, income, or insurance status.


Thrive is dedicated to improving the quality of life in our communities with services that focus on mobilizing the strengths of individuals and systems to achieve desired goals. We strive to create an atmosphere where dignity, respect and equality are commonplace, thus enabling the fullness of the human potential to develop.

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