Programs and Services


Food Pantry One of the largest community food pantries in Providence Serving over 1000 residents per month

Good Neighbor Energy Fund (GNEF) Provides assistance with energy bills to eligible Rhode Island residents who do not qualify for state assistance.

Education and Job Development  Training opportunities to help residents learn the skills they need for the jobs they want. Financial Literacy course teaches residents how to manage finances and how to avoid mistakes that land them in debt.

Parent Leadership Training Initiative (PLTI) Free, nationally recognized leadership training program for parents who want to make a difference in the lives of children.

Project Undercover Provides diapers, socks, underwear and other supplies to small children in need

Basic Needs Providing basic essentials such as PPE, baby formula, winter coats and food assistance.

Resident Navigation Specialist Guides eligible residents into appropriate internal and external programs based on their individual needs and strengths.

RI Works 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.

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.

Rental/Mortgage Assistance Housing stability program design to help qualified residents avoid eviction or foreclosure.

Senior Meal Delivery Nutritious meals (lunch & dinner) delivered to housebound seniors seven days per week. 

Summer Youth Employment Program An opportunity for youth ages 14-24 to learn job readiness skills while earning wages at a meaningful summer job. Named one of the TOP THREE Youth Employment Programs in RI.

Volunteer Tax Assistance (VITA) Program Free tax assistance for income-eligible individuals during tax season.

Weatherization Provides assistance for homeowners and renters to make their home more energy efficient and to replace broken boilers.

Appliance Management Program (AMP)  Qualified residents receive replacement energy efficient ac units,, washing machines, humidifiers refrigerators and LED lightbulbs.