Behavioral Health Community Resources


South County Health works to support its vision by partnering with other community members who promote good health, mental and physical. 

Anchor Recovery Community Center embraces many paths to a successful recovery from addiction to drugs, alcohol, and other challenges. By becoming a member it encourages you to join holistic wellness activities, AA meetings and take advantage of employment services. At Anchor, it is all about becoming a part of a network of supportive people that encourage your journey to a healthier life.

www.anchorrecovery.org

 
Pawtucket, RI 02860, 249 Main Street. 401-721-5100

Warwick, RI, 02886, 890 Centerville Road. 401-615-9945

 

Butler Hospital specializes in treatment for all major psychiatric illnesses and substance abuse issues. Providing an atmosphere of dignity and respect since 1844, Butler uses education and research to meet the needs of every person.

www.butler.org

Providence, RI, 02906, 345 Blackstone Boulevard. 1 (844) 401-0111

Gateway Healthcare provides treatment, intervention and prevention services to individuals with mental health and addiction issues. With rehab and community support services, mental health first aid and substance use disorder treatments, Gateway is delivering health with care in every element of their day-to-day work.

www.gatewayhealth.org

PawtucketRI, 02860, 249 Roosevelt Avenue, Suite 205. 401-724-8400

Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds main focus is that everyone should have equal access to healthy living recourses and lifestyles. Providing events such as farmers markets, first aid and community centers, HBHM is filling the pockets of health disparities.

https://bodiesminds.org/

 

The Mental Health Association of Rhode Island mission is to promote mental health, prevent mental illness, and to improve the system of care for mental health through advocacy, education, service, and the dissemination of research. MHARI wants ring out hope for improving mental health and achieving victory over mental illnesses by education and early screenings.

www.mhari.org

Providence, RI, 02906, 345 Blackstone Boulevard. 401-726-2285 

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Rhode Island, helps you connect with others and become a part of the community of people who are working together to end the stigma associated with mental illness through education, support and advocacy. NAMI offers a variety of programs to educate the public, and offer resources to all whose lives are touched by mental illness.

www.namirhodeisland.org

Providence, RI, 154 Waterman St., Suite 5B,401-331-3060

The Narragansett Prevention Partnership creates a healthy and safe environment by implementing and supporting prevention strategies for the Narragansett community by conducting a survey to determine the extent of alcohol and substance abuse among youth in our community.

www.narragansettprevention.org

Available to treat Veterans with many different Mental Health needs, the Mental Health Services at Providence VA is there to service and provide treatment. The Providence VAMC has a variety of treatment options such individual and group psychotherapy, medication, and treatment plans. As well as over 10 different specialty clinics, the Mental Health Services the Providence VA is here to help the different needs of our Veterans.  

www.providence.va.gov/services/Mental_Health_Behavioral_Service_MHBS.asp

Providence, RI, 02908, 830 Chalkstone Ave, Main Building - 3B. 401-273-7100, ext. 3400

South Kingstown Partnership for Prevention is leading South Kingstown in substance abuse prevention by using strategies and resources in collaboration with all sectors of the community. They are here to help, mentor and guide all students to make great decisions that impact their lives and others positively.

www.skprevention.org

 

 

The Suicide Prevention Resource Center, maintains the suicide prevention resource for Rhode Island educators through education and identifying the risk factors. They are educating parents, and teachers as well as creating messages to integrate of suicide prevention into curriculum's around the state.

www.sprc.org/states/rhode-island

Providence, RI 02908, 3 Capitol Hill, Room 409. 401-222-1173

 

The Providence Center encourages innovative approaches to the changing needs of mental health care. Here, they help adults, adolescents, and children who are affected by psychiatric illnesses, emotional problems and addiction by providing treatment and supportive survives. The Providence Center shares their beliefs around community recovery and partnerships.

www.providencecenter.org

Providence, RI, 02904, 10 Orms Street. 401-276-4020