Local Social Services
|Alcoholics Anonymous, or A.A., as it is widely known has been around since it was founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr Bob. Over 4.5 million people have recovered from alcoholism since it began.
Tri-County Community Action401-351-2750
|To empower and create opportunities for vulnerable individuals and families in our community to become socially and economically self-sufficient through integrated social, educational, health, prevention, and other basic needs services.
The Samaritans of401-272-4044
|Suicide Prevention, 24 Hour Crisis Hotline/Listening Line, Help for Everyone
Narragansett Housing Authority401-789-0641
|Provides low-interest loans, grants, education, housing needs
|Fair housing issues or complaints
Financial Coaching Corps401-584-3651
|Financial Coaching in budget, credit, and debt.
Annual Credit Reportwww.annualcreditreport.com
|Free credit reports.
|Adult education and work readiness programs
RI Dept of Labor and Training401-462-8000
|Employment and educational services for individuals and
|Services for jobseekers and employers
South Kingstown Senior Center401-789-0268
|A variety of services for area seniors
Narragansett Senior Center401-782-0675
|A variety of services for Narragansett seniors
Meals of Wheels401-351-6700
|Provides hot noon-time meals to homebound elderly.
Jonnycake Center Of Peace Dale401-789-1559
|Assistance to those in need of food, clothing,
and household items.
|Assistance for Narragansett residents
|Counseling, food pantry, crisis intervention, referral and
|Emergency shelter program, provides a self-service breakfast,
a daily soup kitchen and dinner for residents.
Women's Resource Center401-782-3990
|Assistance to women and their children: hotline, shelter,
advocacy and referral, support groups, housing, ect.