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Rhode Island Homeless Shelters

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Rhode Island Counties:

Providence (2)
Washington (2)

Latest Update to Rhode Island Homeless Shelters database:

Providence Rescue Mission - Discipleship Program (for Men)
Providence, RI - 02907
(401) 274-8861

We run a one-year discipleship program that allows 10 to 15 homeless men with, but not limited to, substance abuse issues to start a new life by combining biblical values, counseling, education and career training and reunification with their families. This program is at capacity most of the time

Warm Shelter - Warm-up
Westerly, RI - 02891
(401) 596-9276

In addition to the 19-bed short-term shelter, WARM provides five additional separate, individual rooms of long-term transitional housing. This program, known as WARM-Up, occupies the same building - but not the same floor - as the shelter. Participants in this program may stay up to two years. They must work or volunteer full-time, pay a portion of their income in rent, remain alcohol and drug free, follow house rules, meet with their peers and staff at a weekly meeting and submit to random alcohol/drug testing.

Warm Shelter - Harvest Homes
Westerly, RI - 02891
(401) 596-9276

Harvest Homes is a program designed to provide homeless families with shelter while promoting self-sufficiency and giving them hope for a safer, healthier future. We operate nine remote residential apartments specifically designated for Harvest Homes. All nine apartments are located in Westerly. Participating adults are provided with a range of services designed to help them become fully independent, including vocation counseling; basic skills training, including cooking and food shopping classes; and financial education.

The Mcauley Corporation - Mcauley Village
Providence, RI - 02907
(401) 941-9013

McAuley Village is two-year transitional housing program for homeless single parents and children. The Village has 23 apartments and an on-site child care center. We provide the basic human needs of shelter, child care, supportive services, advocacy and guidance to homeless families seeking help.

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