You will work together with our experienced staff to establish goals for living healthy and identify what you need to achieve them.
Quitting Time is a program for men and women who have made the choice to live without drugs and alcohol.
The Providence Center has a compassionate team of experts who understands your unique needs as a woman in recovery.
The Providence Center’s residential substance use treatment programs help men and women build the foundation for long-term recovery.
Anchor Recovery Community Centers offer a supportive environment for individuals in all stages of recovery.
Anchor Recovery Community Center is a safe, positive, substance-free place for people in recovery and their families.
The Jim Gillen Teen Center is an environment that celebrates, and helps facilitate recovery through dynamic programming, shared lived experience, and peer support.
Anchor MORE (Mobile Outreach Recovery Efforts) is Anchor’s statewide outreach initiative, in which peer recovery specialists go out into the community and connect with individuals who are living with substance use disorder.
AnchorED connects individuals who have presented at emergency rooms with a substance use issue to recovery services delivered by Anchor peer recovery coaches.
It can be difficult to seek help for a mental health issue, but our professional, compassionate staff will make you feel at ease.
The Providence Center is dedicated to helping each client achieve optimal physical and mental health.
Home Base aims to support chronically homeless individuals who have a co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorder.
The Providence Center offers several options for residential services for clients who qualify for supported housing.
Families come in all different combinations, shapes and sizes with unique needs and challenges.
The Early Childhood Institute offers a wide range of therapeutic services that help children from birth to school age reach their social, emotional and behavioral potentials.
Healthy Transitions will provide developmentally appropriate services to youth and young adults between the ages of 16-25.
Intensive services help children birth to 18 years of age experiencing severe emotional and/or behavioral problems.
The program offers individual counseling, family counseling, parent training, support groups and assessments.
Academic pressures, new relationships and influences from friends or family can result in emotions and behaviors that are difficult to manage.
The Providence Center offers specialized emergency services for children and teens 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Providence Center is committed to the health and safety of Rhode Island communities, and a unique partnership with police departments across the state makes that happen.
When a child is experiencing a crisis, it is critical to respond to the situation immediately, whether at home, in school or in a hospital.
The Providence Center’s services are located where and when you need the expert care most—including the emergency rooms of hospitals in the Care New England hospital system.
The Crisis Stabilization Unit provides short-term care for patients experiencing an acute psychiatric and/or substance use crisis that could escalate to a point of requiring hospitalization.
The Emergency Services Department works to ensure the safety of clients and the community by providing expedited access to behavioral health crisis services.
The Providence Center School offers a unique learning environment for children in Grades Pre-K through 12 who are experiencing acute behavioral and emotional symptoms.
Anchor Learning Academy is Rhode Island's first recovery high school operated by The Providence Center, Rhode Island's leader in innovative mental health and substance use treatment.
The Providence Center believes in the value of early childhood education. Imagine Preschool was established to extend the benefits of quality education to all families.
The Providence Center provides behavioral health programming on location at the Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institute (ACI).
The Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF), and The Providence Center helps families establish connections to community-based programs.
The Providence Center’s employment and education services provide people with the educational and vocational support they need to obtain employment and adjust to the demands of the working world.
As the largest mental health pharmacy in the country, Genoa specializes in serving mental health consumers.
The program pairs clients with health mentors who are certified, personal trainers and experienced case managers.
Gaining employment experience is critical to successful long-term recovery from mental health and substance use problems.
Every day we see clients overcome addiction and recover from the challenges of mental illness.
Providence Community Health Centers (PCHC) at North Main is a collaboration with The Providence Center that creates a patient-centered medical home for clients.
TPC Prairie Avenue is co-located at Providence Community Health Centers’ (PCHC) in south Providence.