Click on any of the links below for additional information and services.

Center For Justice

The Center for Justice offers free legal assistance to low income residents who need help in various capacities, including tenant rights and advocacy, nonpayment of earned wages, and prevention of utility service shut off for those suffering with illnesses.

COX Low-Cost Home Internet with WIFI

COX offers high speed internet service for $9.95/month to families that have K-12 student and receive government assistance.

Friends of Animals in Need

FAN assists in keeping pets and owners together by providing pet food and funds for veterinary care to pet owners facing financial challenges. FAN helps pet owners avoid the surrender, abandonment or the euthanizing of their pet.

New Bridges For Hatian Success

NB4HS provides resources, services & cultural orientation to bridge the gap between the Haitian community and the greater Rhode Island community.

RI Community Food Bank

Need help with food? RI Community Food Bank can help locate a food pantry near you.

RI Donation Exchange (RIDEP)

The RI Donation Exchange Program provides good quality furniture from community business partners and individuals statewide to qualified individuals and families. RI Donation Exchange Program also serves as a job training site for youth in customer service, retail sales and furniture refurbishing.

Serve RI

Serve Rhode Island transforms the lives of Rhode

Islanders by increasing the number of people engaged in volunteer and service activities in their communities.

SNAP Application (Food Stamps)

Through URI Outreach, residents who visit our LIHEAP department are able to apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) every Wednesday between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm at 518 Hartford Ave, Providence, RI 02909. Walk-ins are welcome.

RI Vet Corps

RI Vet Corps connects veterans and their families with services in Rhode Island.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

WIC is a health program that offers nutrition and breastfeeding advice. The program also provides checks to buy healthy foods. WIC serves pregnant and breastfeeding women, new moms, and infants and children up to age 5.