Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Archives for October of 2021

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Archives for October of 2021

Thrive's News & Events

Staffing Shortage Publicized by ProJo

Staffing Shortage Publicized by ProJo

Published 10/13/2021

Behavioral Health Agencies Sound the Alarm Staffing Shortage leaves Rhode Island's Neediest Without Services by G. Wayne Miller of The Providence Journal.Photo Credits: The Providence JournalPublished October 10, 2021 WOONSOCKET — One recent day, Christa Thomas-Sowers sat outside discussing the workforce crisis that her agency and others in the community behavioral-health field are experiencing — and its calamitous...

Thrive Receives $4.28 Million Grant from SAMHSA

Thrive Receives $4.28 Million Grant from SAMHSA

Published 10/15/2021

SAMSHA Funding Allows Thrive to Expand Mental Health Services Due To Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic WARWICK, RI (October 13, 2021)  – Thrive Behavioral Health has been awarded $4,280,248 in grant funding to expand behavioral health practices and address the needs of individuals living with behavioral health conditions in Kent and Washington counties of Rhode Island, including...

PBN: Thrive to expand services with $4.3M federal grant

PBN: Thrive to expand services with $4.3M federal grant

Published 10/19/2021

Thrive to expand services with $4.3M federal grant By Elizabeth Graham, Providence Business News contributing writer. WARWICK – Thrive Behavioral Health Inc. says it plans to use a $4.3 million federal grant to expand its services in Kent and Washington counties, with a focus on addressing the needs of underserved people and communities. The grant, announced Oct. 13,...

Thrive Grant Award Featured in Warwick Beacon

Thrive Grant Award Featured in Warwick Beacon

Published 10/27/2021

Thrive awarded $4.28M grant to expand mental health services due to impact of pandemic Posted by Warwick Beacon on Thursday, October 21, 2021 11:48 amPhoto credit: Warwick Beacon Thrive Behavioral Health has been awarded $4,280,248 in grant funding to expand behavioral health practices and address the needs of individuals living with behavioral health conditions in Kent and Washington counties, including...