Access Point is a non-profit human services organization established in 1965 to provide children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives.
AdCare Rhode Island is a renowned substance abuse treatment facility providing tailor-made treatment for each client struggling with drug or alcohol addiction and co-occurring disorders. AdCare RI offers individual or group therapy and treatment plans include music therapy, expressive arts, psycho-education groups, family therapy, and veterans and first responders program. They are equipped with a wheel chair-accessible entrance, parking lot, restrooms and seating.
Serving all of Rhode Island, the Alzheimer's Association RI Chapter is here to help. We provide education and support to all those facing Alzheimer's and other dementias throughout our communities, including those living with the disease, caregivers, health care professionals and families.
The purpose of Assistive Technology Access Partnership is to bring about systems change and advocacy through a comprehensive, consumer -responsive partnership of Rhode Island resources to maximize the timely delivery of appropriate assistive technology devices and services to Rhode Islander's with disabilities of all ages.
A camp for Rhode Islander's aged 6-17 , who are legally blind. The camp provides summer recreation at no cost to children who are blind, including those with multiple handicaps. Camp Mauchatea is sponsored by the Rhode Island Lions Sight Foundation.
CPNRI represents twenty-six private providers of services and supports to people with developmental disabilities in Rhode Island.
DHS offers a broad spectrum of high-quality programs and benefits including those aimed at promoting family and individual self-sufficiency as well as those designed to improve the health status of Rhode Islanders.
DRRI provides free legal assistance to persons with disabilities.
The council is an advisory body appointed by the Governor and mandated by state law that advises the services for the Blind and Visually Impaired regarding the programs provided by the agency. Participates in working relationship with the State Rehabilitation Council and Statewide Independent Living Council.
To ensure that all people with disabilities are afforded opportunities to exercise all the rights and responsibilities accorded to citizens of this state and each person with a disability is able to reach his/her maximum potential in independence, human development, productivity and self-sufficiency.