East Bay Coalition for the Homeless
Director of East Bay Coalition for the Homeless
100 Bullocks Point Avenue
East Providence, RI 02915
Telephone: (401) 437-5104
Director: Diane Smith
East Bay Coalition for the Homeless housing program provides apartments for homeless families with children, combined with case management and supportive services. The East Bay Coalition for the Homeless has 18 apartments in the East Bay area. They are located in East Providence, Warren and Bristol. Length of stay depends upon each family’s needs, and it is also determined by compliance to program criteria.
Rhode Island residents who meet the homeless criteria are eligible to apply. Families must meet the federal definition of homeless, be a Rhode Island resident for 6 months, and be employed. Case management and support services are cornerstones to every family's success. Our programs are designed to provide individualized support services to help families achieve and maintain financial stability.
Contact: 401-437-0006 ext.141
Emergency Rental Assistance
Emergency funds are available to assist eligible Rhode Island residents who are experiencing a temporary housing crisis. If you are in the process of legal eviction or have been evicted* due to a temporary, unexpected loss of income in the past six month and you now have income or must move due to one of the following:
• Damage by fire/elements
• Severe threat of lead paint poisoning to children
• Code violations/condemnation
• Domestic Violence
• Or other circumstances creating a temporary housing crisis
*Some households may qualify for HPRP (homeless prevention/ARRA) funds, lead certificate or certificate of compliance required for homes built prior to 1978
Contact: 401-437-0006, x129
Education and services are available to property owners and renters to help prevent childhood lead poisoning. Our staff is available to provide in-home assessments, provide information on lead safe home renovation work practices and assist homeowners and renters identify and assist with available funding necessary to make property lead safe. Non-medical case management is available to families with children identified with elevated blood levels.
Contact: 401-437-0006, ext. 153 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org