Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc.

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc.

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Thrive's CEO Featured on RI Radio Talk Shows

Thrive's CEO Featured on RI Radio Talk Shows

Published 10/01/2020

Warwick, R.I. (October 1, 2020) – Thrive Behavioral Health's President and CEO, Dan Kubas-Meyer, was recently interviewed on two local radio talk shows about Thrive's programs and services and the success of telemedicine in treatments for mental health during the COVID-19 Pandemic.   On September 14, 2020, John J. Tassoni, Jr. interviewed Dan during the talk show Recovery...

Thrive Receives $5K from AAA Northeast

Thrive Receives $5K from AAA Northeast

Published 09/15/2020

Warwick, R.I. (September 15, 2020) – Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. announced today that it has received $5,000 in funding from AAA Northeast’s Charitable Giving Program. The mission of AAA’s Charitable Giving Committee is to find effective ways to serve the communities in which their employees and clients live. They do this by providing financial support to nonprofit organizations and...

Linda Ann Morales named HR director at Thrive Behavioral Health

Linda Ann Morales named HR director at Thrive Behavioral Health

Published 07/31/2020

Posted by Warwick Beacon Online on Friday, July 31, 2020. Thrive Behavioral Health recently welcomed Linda Ann Morales as its new Human Resources Director. She brings over 25 years of human resources and occupational health and safety expertise and has worked in the nonprofit sector for seven years. Linda Ann has served as a committee or board member for...

Thrive Welcomes New Human Resources Director

Thrive Welcomes New Human Resources Director

Published 07/27/2020

Warwick, R.I. (JULY 27, 2020) – Thrive Behavioral Health recently welcomed Linda Ann Morales as its new Human Resources Director. She brings over 25 years of human resources and occupational health and safety expertise and has worked in the nonprofit sector for seven years. Linda Ann has served as a committee or board member for several nonprofit organizations including...

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...