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Appliance Management Program (AMP)
Eligible residents receive a free energy audit to analyze energy usage and reduce energy bills, and may qualify for replacement of inefficient appliances at not cost. LED bulbs are also installed to increase savings.
As needed and when available, residents receive basic essentials such as PPE, baby formula, winter coats and food assistance.
Education and Job Development
- Youth employment programs for ages 14-24 to learn job readiness skills while earning wages at meaningful internship and jobs placements. Named one of the top three Youth Employment Programs in RI.
- Adult training and certification programs to help residents learn the skills they need for the jobs they want.
- Financial Literacy series teaches residents how to manage their finances and how to avoid mistakes that put them at risk.
One of the largest community food pantries in Providence County serving over 1000 residents per month.
Good Neighbor Energy Fund (GNEF)
Provides supplementary assistance with energy bills to eligible Rhode Island residents.
Lead Hazard Reduction Program
Provides assistance for greater lead safety in Woonsocket by making home repairs more accessible.
Lead Safe Providence
Assists property owners with the cost of lead paint abatement in eligible properties.
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Assists eligible households with home energy costs by providing grants to help pay their heating bills, prevent shut-offs and/or restore service.
Parent Leadership Training Institute (PLTI)
Free, nationally recognized leadership training program for all members of the community who want to make a difference in the lives of children.
Provides diapers, socks, underwear and other supplies to families with young children in need.
Statewide rental and utility assistance program available for eligible households impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resident Navigation Specialist
Guides eligible residents into appropriate internal and external programs based on their individual needs and strengths.
Provides comprehensive case management to support participants in the pursuit of self-sufficiency. Services address accessing education, job training, employment, housing, child care, food assistance, transportation and identifying other areas of need.
Bilingual services and programming (virtual and in person) for income eligible seniors age 60 and over.
Volunteer Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
Free tax preparation assistance for income-eligible individuals during tax season.
Designed to help low-income families reduce their energy burdens by making their homes more energy efficient.
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We provide culturally competent supportive services and programs to Providence County residents in need to promote their achievement of economic self- sufficiency.