Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as homelessness

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as homelessness

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PBN covers Thrive's Award of $70K from RI Foundation

PBN covers Thrive's Award of $70K from RI Foundation

Published 09/14/2021

Thrive to use $70K Rhode Island Foundation grant for housing program  By Elizabeth Graham, September 12, 2021 10:10 pm WARWICK – A $70,000 grant awarded to Thrive Behavioral Health will support its Housing First RI program, the nonprofit says. The money was awarded by the Rhode Island Foundation. “This funding establishes equity for our clients who have been formerly homeless by removing barriers...

Thrive Awarded $70K from Rhode Island Foundation

Thrive Awarded $70K from Rhode Island Foundation

Published 09/08/2021

WARWICK, RI (September 8, 2021) – Thrive Behavioral Health was awarded $70,000 in grant funding by Rhode Island Foundation. The funds will be used by Thrive Behavioral Health’s Housing First RI (HFRI) program to provide food and housing stability to adults who have been homeless.  Participants in HFRI’s program are often unemployed and have diminished mental or...

Horizon Healthcare Partners: Our Response to COVID-19

Horizon Healthcare Partners: Our Response to COVID-19

Published 03/20/2020

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 19, 2020 Media Contact: Karen Jeffreys, Program Director, Horizon Healthcare Partners, 401-954-1510 or kjeffreys@hhpartners.org Behavioral Health Organizations Vow To Continue to Serve Rhode Islanders in Need Thank State for Support To Meet Need During COVID-19 Pandemic East Providence – The five behavioral health organizations that make up Horizon Healthcare Partners (HHP) vow to continue...

Thrive Outreach Worker Featured in "Street Sights"

Thrive Outreach Worker Featured in "Street Sights"

Published 05/22/2019

Will Lawlor, a man who does outreach on the streets of Providence, writes the poignant stories of others regularly to draw attention to the plight that so many people suffer as a result of being homeless. Writing and sharing these stories is also an outlet for him. In his words, “Seeing and hearing the sad, horrible...