Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc.

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc.

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Thrive Launches Dynamic New Website

Thrive Launches Dynamic New Website

Published 07/22/2019

Warwick, R.I. (July 22, 2019) – Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. announces the launch of its newly redesigned website, www.ThriveBHRI.org. The site provides clients, grantors, donors, job applicants, and the general public with streamlined access to essential information about programs and services while articulating Thrive’s mission, vision and guiding principles. "We are excited about the wealth of information...

Thrive Behavioral Health Awarded CCBHC Grant

Thrive Behavioral Health Awarded CCBHC Grant

Published 06/03/2019

Newport Mental Health was recently awarded a $4 million federal grant, which targets under-insured children and adults with emerging and serious mental health conditions by providing an array of services and treatment. Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. will act as a subcontractor on this grant. “I am proud to share that Thrive Behavioral Health and its Horizon...

Thrive Expands Hours of Crisis Clinical Services

Thrive Expands Hours of Crisis Clinical Services

Published 06/01/2019

In response to a large number of emergency department admissions related to both mental health and substance abuse issues, Thrive Behavioral Health, formerly The Kent Center for Human and Organizational Development, will offer in-person crisis clinical services to assist community members and first responders in Kent County during evening and weekend hours.  Starting on May 18...

Focal Point Report: Thrive's Healthy Transitions "Promising"

Focal Point Report: Thrive's Healthy Transitions "Promising"

Published 06/01/2019

Thrive's Healthy Transitions Program was featured in Focal Point: Youth, Young Adults & Mental Health's 2019 Edition of Evaluation of Innovative Transition Programs. Below is the full report. Abstract: This article describes how the RI Healthy Transitions Project utilized a coordinated specialty care-based model to improve social functioning and reduce troubling symptoms among young people experiencing First...