Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as Community Partnerships

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as Community Partnerships

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Hillsgrove Receives $1,000 Donation from the Rosario Society

Hillsgrove Receives $1,000 Donation from the Rosario Society

Published 01/15/2020

Hillsgrove Clubhouse, a program of Thrive Behavioral Health, recently received a $1,000 donation from The Rosario Society’s Goodwill Committee during Hillsgrove Clubhouse’s Winter Solstice Event “We are so thankful to the Rosario Society for their generous donation to Hillsgrove Clubhouse. Through their goodwill we can continue to provide a friendly, community setting and access to education,...

The Champlin Foundations Awards Thrive $94k

The Champlin Foundations Awards Thrive $94k

Published 11/26/2019

THRIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RECEIVES CHAMPLIN FOUNDATIONS GRANT Warwick, R.I. (November 26, 2019) – Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. was recently awarded $94,228 in grant funding from The Champlin Foundations. The funding will be utilized to develop storage space at Thrive’s flagship building in Warwick into therapeutic session offices and group rooms for individuals experiencing behavioral health issues. “By...

Healthy Transitions: 'They didn't give up on me'

Healthy Transitions: 'They didn't give up on me'

Published 11/07/2019

Warwick Beacon Publishes Healthy Transitions' Client Joe Malaga's Testimony Joe Malaga embraces Erika Cannon, his therapist and Thrive Behavioral Health’s clinical supervisor, during an open house celebration at the organization’s headquarters on Post Road. (WARWICK BEACON PHOTO) Posted Thursday, November 7, 2019 9:41 am   By JOE MALAGA Warwick Beacon Editor’s note: Joe Malaga was one of two clients who shared their story of...

In the Thrive spotlight

In the Thrive spotlight

Published 10/30/2019

Thrive's Community Partners Recognized at Open House During Thrive Behavioral Health open house Wednesday awards were presented to donors, grantors and artists who have helped make renovation of the former Kent Center and the renaming of the organization possible. The event featured comments from Andy Moffit, First Gentleman of Rhode Island, Warwick Mayor Joseph Solomon, Karen...