Thrive Behavioral Health donates backpacks, money to students returning to school

THRIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH members, from left, Maria Schmidt, licensed mental health clinician; Hanna Reid and Alexandra Fratus, both clinical interns; and Dr. Scott Mitchell distribute backpacks at the organization’s back-to-school event on Aug. 27. / COURTESY THRIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
WARWICK – Just before Rhode Island students began heading back to the classroom, Thrive Behavioral Health distributed nearly 100 backpacks and hundreds of dollars in donations to members of its Youth and Family, Eleanor Briggs School and Hillsgrove Clubhouse programs. “Every fall, we provide our clients who are returning to school with new school supplies…

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