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"FCCP Helped My Family; They Can Help Yours!"

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Need help? The Family Care Community Partnership (FCCP), led by Family Service of RI, "helped my family; they can help yours."  Click on the above video to learn more about this free service that works to help children succeed at home, in school and in the community. For more information, call between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p..m., Monday through Friday, at 519-2280. Or click on a flyer here.

¿Necesita ayuda? Family Care Community Partnership (FCCP) dirigido por Family Service of RI, trabajará con usted para ayudar a su hijo/hija a tener éxito en el hogar, en la escuela y en la comunidad. ¡Con ningún costo para usted! Para mas información, llame de 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., Lunes-Viernes, al 519-2280. Un volante es aquí.

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Open House for Potential Foster Parents

May is National Foster Care Month!

Family Service of Rhode Island has a waiting list of children needing loving homes.  Maybe yours! Singles, partnered, married are eligible!

Foster parents receive a stipend and 24/7 support as they care for a child in need. Click here for more information about foster parenting.  You can reach our foster care recruiter, Greg Wright, at 401-331-1350 ext. 3305 or email him at wrightgr@familyserviceri.org.

Our next foster care information open house is Wednesday, June15 , from 5 to 6 p.m. at 134 Thurbers Avenue in Providence. Plenty of free, off-street parking.  Click here for directions. Note: You don't have to wait for the next open house to sign up!  Contact Greg and get the ball rolling.


We take pride in all families!  Read about our outreach for LGBTQQI foster parents here.  If you Facebook or Twitter, spread the word using the hashtag #wetakeprideinallfamilies.  Thank you for helping us spread the word via social media!             



Rhode Island State Victim Assistance Academy Accepting Registrations

The Rhode Island State Victim Assistance Academy, a collaboration between Family Service of RI and Roger Williams University, takes place in July and August.  The academy offers training for providers in tthe field of victim services.  More information, including registration information, is available here.  Don't wait! Register today!


Volunteer for the Walking School Bus!

                                           The Walking School Bus in Action!

The Providence Children’s Initiative Walking School Bus supports a wide range of student-centered goals, including daily school attendance, on-time arrival, daily exercise, positive adult role models, and parent engagement. We are seeking volunteers to walk kids to school – a great way to connect with kids and get your daily exercise. You can volunteer once a month, once a week, or every day.  

Call 401-331-1350 ext. 3603 for more information about the "Walking School Bus," or email by clicking here.


Find the Walking School Bus on Facebook here. View a video about the program here.

Susan Culpo, a Walking School Bus volunteer who leads one of the routes says, "It is the most gratifying, fun, important part of my day. It takes minutes and it's very helpful making sure these fabulous children arrive to school safe, happy and on time...You will love it."  







Our Mission:

To improve the overall health and well-being of the communities we serve

through high impact partnerships

and high quality innovative programs.


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Family Service of RI, Inc.

55 Hope Street, P.O. Box 6688, Providence, RI 02940-6688


Administrative Offices: 134 Thurbers Avenue, Providence, RI 02905

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