We are so thankful to everyone who joined us for Family Service of Rhode Island’s 19th annual Brighter Futures Luncheon. As our honoree, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse shared, we need to come together to help RI children – our kids – to get the mental and behavioral support they need when and where they need it most. Together we raised more than $260,000 to help kids and their families with programs like…
- Children’s Mobile Crisis, supporting kids and their parents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with immediate, on-site care and support during behavioral or mental health crises;
- Youth Mental Health First Aid, helping any caregiver to recognize unique risk factors and warning signs so that they can intervene earlier to help kids experiencing a mental health challenge.
- Care from FSRI clinical experts, so that all kids, no matter what their circumstances, can get the mental and behavioral health support they need – and creating a stronger base for a lifetime of wellness.