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Circle of Stars raises $200K for Providence Center services

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Center held its annual Circle of Stars fundraiser at the R.I. Convention Center Oct. 18, with 250 supporters and $200,000...

Circle of Stars

The Providence Center will hold its annual Circle of Stars event on October 18th at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This year’s honoree,...

Do programs and services in R.I. match needs?

For Karen A. Santilli, president and CEO of Crossroads Rhode Island, bridging the gap between programs and services in the community and those in...
CARE NEW ENGLAND reported an $803,605 operational gain for the third quarter of fiscal 2018.

CNE reports $804K FY18 Q3 operational gain

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System reported operational income in its fiscal third quarter of $803,605, an improvement on an operational loss of...

RWU students design brand identity for R.I.’s first teen recovery center

PROVIDENCE – As part of a Community Partnerships Center project, Roger Williams University students worked with The Providence Center to develop a brand identity...
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION awarded more than $280,000 in grants to improve health care to improve health care in Rhode Island. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation President Karen Voci, who serves on the advisory committee that recommended the grants, speaks at the announcement Friday morning at the Central Falls Fire Station. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

RI Foundation awards $280K-plus in grants to improve local residents’ health

PROVIDENCE – Six health care organizations and one city will split a combined $284,000 in grants form the Rhode Island Foundation to help improve...
WARWICK POLICE have charged James Pinel, vice president of adult and child and family services at The Providence Center, in the Feb. 21 hit-and-run injury of a pedestrian in Warwick. / COURTESY WARWICK POLICE

Providence Center executive charged in hit-and-run injury of pedestrian

WARWICK – On Feb. 24, Warwick Police arrested and charged James Pinel, 58, of West Warwick, vice president of adult and child and family...

Tassoni appointed SUMHLC director of operations

JOHN J. TASSONI JR., a former state senator, recently was appointed the new director of operations, community and government relations for the Substance Use...
SAFE STATION: The PVD Safe Stations program allows those battling drug addiction to come to city fire stations to seek treatment or information. Speaking with Zach R. Kenyon, right, Providence Fire Department acting EMS chief, are firefighters Garrett Sullivan, left, and Alvin Urena. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

City fire stations help combat drug addiction

Between 2009 and 2016, more than 1,700 Rhode Islanders died from drug overdoses.This sobering statistic is from the Prevent Overdose Rhode Island action plan...
SEN. JOSHUA MILLER, D-Cranston, is chairman of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services, a member of the Senate Committee on Environment & Agriculture and the Democratic caucus policy chair./ COURTESY WWW.JOSHUAMILLER.ORG

Five Questions With: Joshua Miller

Sen. Joshua Miller, D-Cranston, is chairman of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services, a member of the Senate Committee on Environment &...
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