Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc.

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HHP Stands on the Side of Racial Justice

HHP Stands on the Side of Racial Justice

Published 06/15/2020

Press Statement from Horizon Healthcare Partners: Standing on the Side of Racial Justice There are those moments in time, and history, where it is imperative that one must decide on what, and whose, side they stand. Today, the five member agencies (Community Care Alliance, Newport Mental Health, Thrive Behavioral Health, Tides Family Services and CODAC) of Horizon Healthcare...

Thrive Behavioral Health's Statement on Racial Inequity

Thrive Behavioral Health's Statement on Racial Inequity

Published 06/10/2020

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO & BOARD OF DIRECTORS: THRIVE'S STATEMENT ON RACIAL INEQUALITY   Thrive Behavioral Health’s mission is to improve the quality of life of individuals regardless of their race, color, national origin, age, gender, religion or sexual orientation. We are aware of the adverse role that trauma plays in people’s lives and strive to help...

Local NGO Opts for Telehealth Services During Pandemic

Local NGO Opts for Telehealth Services During Pandemic

Published 06/01/2020

By Andrew Thornebrooke of The East Greenwich Pendulum June 1, 2020  WARWICK—Local nonprofit Thrive Behavioral Health is adapting to the pandemic and its associated malaise by offering telehealth services for clients who may be struggling with mental illness, substance abuse or homelessness. The organization’s leadership hopes that the effort will help its missions of improving the quality...

Thrive Shares in $8M Grant to Expand RI Mental Health Services

Thrive Shares in $8M Grant to Expand RI Mental Health Services

Published 05/15/2020

Posted by Warwick Online on May 14, 2020   Warwick-based Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. and Newport Mental Health have been awarded $8 million in federal grant funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Center for Mental Health Services Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, along with Congressmen Jim Langevin and David Cicilline announced...

COVID-19 Puts New Focus on Mental Health

COVID-19 Puts New Focus on Mental Health

Published 05/11/2020

COVID-19 Puts New Focus on Mental Health ALEX TRUBIA May 9, 2020 As the COVID-19 pandemic upends day-to-day life, sustaining and improving mental health has rarely been more important. And with May being Mental Health Awareness month in the state, it is an equally important time to collectively support one another, maintain a sense of balance and...