Our Resource Fair & Block Party is next week — June 3rd from 10AM - 4PM!
We hope you’ll join us and learn about the diverse and wide range of community resources available to you in Providence and beyond, all the while enjoying music, food trucks, raffles, and more! This is a family friendly event and we hope to see you there.
A directory of the organizations that will participate is below:
Providence Community Health Centers (PCHC) is a non-profit health care organization and the only Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Providence, Rhode Island. PCHC provides quality primary health care services that are affordable, comprehensive and culturally sensitive to more than 80,000 residents of Providence and its surrounding areas. Our services include: Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Behavioral Health, Optometry, Dental Care and Express Care (urgent care) alongside with selected specialty services. Our physicians are board certified. RI Free Clinic
Rhode Island Free Clinic mobilizes vital health resources statewide to treat Rhode Island’s uninsured, low-income adults – and provides patients with the most efficient and cost effective alternative to expensive emergency room and urgent care visits all in one setting. A Healthier Democracy: Link Health A Healthier Democracy builds platforms for collaboration and community organizing at the intersection of health and civic engagement to maximize collective impact on pressing challenges. Neighborhood Health Plan of RI
At Neighborhood Health Plan Of RI, we aim to help you live a healthy life by providing useful resources, supportive programs and helpful tools related to your health. Members can also receive rewards for making healthy choices such as getting an annual check-up. (Health Insurance provider)
The Providence Healthy Communities Office (HCO) is the City’s lead agency for health policy, health promotion and substance use disorder prevention. The HCO works to ensure that Providence residents have equitable access to the resources they need to lead healthy lives.
Clínica Esperanza provides linguistically-appropriate, culturally-attuned medical care to uninsured adults living in Rhode Island. Since 2010, we have served more than 30,000 patients, 80% of whom are Spanish-speaking, through our clinic and health education programs. Free healthcare is provided by a team of multi-lingual volunteers and core staff. We believe healthcare is a human right.
South Providence Health Equity Zone/ Family Service of RI
Brown School of Public Health + Medical School
Food Security & Nutrition
Mental Health & Substance Use