IN-SIGHT is a private, non-profit organization incorporated in 1925 to serve the needs of Rhode Island's blind and visually -impaired population of all ages.
The Long Term Care Coordinating Council was formed under RI General Law 23-17 to ensure the highest degree of quality and accessibility in caring for our elderly and disabled citizens, and in aiding the families and loved ones who support them in their daily lives.
All people living with mental health challenges will be treated with respect and will receive all the support and services needed to live their best lives.
NAMI Rhode Island serves residents across the state with free mental health support, online groups, resources and education.
OSCIL is a consumer controlled, community based, nonprofit organization established to provide a range of independent living services to enhance, through self direction, the quality of life of Rhode Islanders with significant disability and to promote integration into the community.
The mission of the Office of Rehabilitation Services is to empower individuals with disabilities to choose, prepare for, obtain and maintain employment; economic self -sufficiency, independence, and integration into society.
The Office of Special Healthcare Needs ensures family-centered,community based, systems of services for children and youth with special healthcare needs.
The mission of the Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities is to promote the community membership of individuals with disabilities in school, work and society.