Programs & Services

Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI) has a large number of programs to meet needs from prenatal through the senior citizen years.  Why so many?

 

We found that the problems faced by the people and families we serve are many and complex.  Thanks to decades of research, planning and fundraising, we now offer a single door to hope and solutions for today's Rhode Island.

Know Someone Who Needs Help?

We can help kids and adults address depression and other mental health and behavioral health issues.

Counseling

Learn more about our individualized, strength-based, and trauma-informed mental health and substance abuse counseling.

Counseling
Child & Family Well-being

Learn more about how we can collaborate with other care providers on physical and mental health challenges, as well as housing and economic problems.

Child & Family Well-being
Prenatal & Early Childhood

Learn more about our wide range of child development programs - including those that address medical care, physical and mental health, vocabulary growth, and more. 

Prenatal & Early Childhood
School-based
Services
School-based
Solutions

Learn more about our school based solutions - working with an array of schools in Central Falls and Providence our staff assists with counseling, special education, and more.

Strengthening
Communities

Learn more about our partnerships! Programming offered through schools, health centers, and faith-based organizations, allows FSRI to have a high impact in under served communities.

Strengthening
Communities
Adult 
Services
Adult Services

Learn more about our adult services such as mental health and substance abuse counseling. APRI also offers case management, anonymous testing and more for those living with or at risk of HIV.

While we hope the information is helpful, we encourage everyone to call us at (401) 519-2280 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. or leave a message at the number after hours for more information.  Hablamos español.

 

Our staff will speak with you confidentiality about the matter and link you to programs that will assist you at FSRI or another provider.

 

For emergencies please call 9-1-1.