Operation Stand Down Rhode Island (OSDRI) is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and Rhode Island’s primary nonprofit resource for homeless and at-risk veterans. Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Johnston, OSDRI’s mission is to strengthen the veteran community by providing crucial wrap-around services. Ending the cycle of veteran homelessness, and preventing it, requires much more than providing a roof over the head of an individual veteran or veteran family. To achieve this goal, OSDRI offers a wide range of life-changing services including supportive permanent and transitional housing, intensive case management, basic human needs assistance (for example, food and clothing) and an employment training and placement program. OSDRI works hand in hand with almost every major state and federal agency as well as community organizations and employers to provide seamless referrals to outside sources of assistance.
Warwick Vet Center Program Description The goal of the Vet Center program is to provide a broad range of counseling, outreach, and referral services to eligible veterans in order to help them make a satisfying post-war readjustment to civilian life. There is one Vet Center in RI, located in Warwick. Services Readjustment counseling, PTSD counseling, sexual trauma counseling, bereavement counseling. Individual, couples, family and group counseling. Direct Contact: Justin Charon Justyn.Charon@va.gov
RIServes offers veterans, service members, and their families access to a variety of providers that offer services in legal, housing, employment, medical, money management, clothing and household goods, education, transportation and more. All RIServes direct providers offer comprehensive services to all who serve, have served and their families.
Medicare for Veterans: A Comprehensive Guide..... The U.S Department of Veteran Affairs recommends veterans enroll in Medicare when they turn 65 even if they have VA benefits. To help veterans learn more, we've created a comprehensive Medicare for Veterans guide that explores coverage, eligibility, and more.
Their goal at Heroes Horizons is to spread awareness of veteran suicide and to prompt our communities to serve those who have bravely served for us. In helping to provide assistance for veterans with their basic needs, they strive to restore hope for our heroes who have fallen on hard times and to inspire change on their horizons.
Dare to Dream Ranch, Inc. is a holistic and alternative military retreat for service members, veterans and their families. The programs they offer include: Equine therapy Yoga Reflexology/massage Hypnotherapy Group therapy Horticulture therapy Nutrition education Healthy cooking Exercise Their programs are designed to help our service members, veterans, and their families with PTSD, anxiety, depression, military sexual trauma and mild traumatic brain injury to overcome their current situations, find their passion, and become successful civilians
Veteran Angler Charters is an all-volunteer, federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We offer free, small group charter fishing trips to injured and recovering veterans from all conflicts and from all branches of the armed forces. Our mission is to provide our veterans with recreational rehabilitation and therapeutic support.