Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as Press

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as Press

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Thrive Recognized as Recovery Friendly Workplace

Thrive Recognized as Recovery Friendly Workplace

Published 10/14/2020

Governor Raimondo Designates Thrive as a Recovery Friendly Workplace WARWICK, RI (October 14, 2020) – Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. has been recognized as a “Recovery Friendly Workplace”. Led by Governor Gina M. Raimondo, Rhode Island’s Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative empowers workplaces to support staff who are recovering from substance use disorders. To be recognized, organizations must have demonstrated...

Thrive's RNs Recognized by RI Monthly

Thrive's RNs Recognized by RI Monthly

Published 10/07/2020

Warwick, R.I. (October 7, 2020) Thrive staff members Kelly Hughett, RN and Diane Gibalerio, RN were recently featured in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Throughout the COVID 19 pandemic, they have put themselves at heightened risk of contracting the virus by performing their job duties. Kelly Hughett, RN and Diane Gibalerio, RN As members of Thrive's Assertive Community Treatment...

Cranston, Warwick nonprofits receive grants

Cranston, Warwick nonprofits receive grants

Published 07/23/2020

Cranston, Warwick nonprofits receive grants to help residents cope with stress of COVID-19 Posted Thursday, July 23, 2020 1:25 pm Nonprofits from Cranston and Warwick are among the organizations that will share nearly $1.7 million in grants from the COVID-19 Behavioral Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. The grants come as they report a surge in stress due to...

Warwick Charities Use Grants To Bolster Mental Health

Warwick Charities Use Grants To Bolster Mental Health

Published 07/23/2020

[CREDIT: RI Foundation] The Rhode Island Foundation is located at One Union Station in downtown Providence. WARWICK, RI —  Thrive Behavioral Health and West Bay RI in Warwick are among 31 organizations sharing nearly $1.7 million in grants from the COVID-19 Behavioral Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. Thrive received $20,000 and West Bay RI received...

Eyewitness News: Kubas-Meyer Speaks on Telehealth Funding

Eyewitness News: Kubas-Meyer Speaks on Telehealth Funding

Published 07/16/2020

The following Eyewitness News video and press release were distributed by Alexandra Leslie, Reporter, WPRI Eye Witness News on July 16, 2020. Help coming for Rhode Islanders struggling with behavioral health challenges of pandemic   PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) — Rhode Islanders coping with behavioral health challenges of the COVID-19 crisis have more opportunities to seek help, thanks to new...