East Bay Coalition for the Homeless

Since 1989, East Bay Coalition for the Homeless (EBCH) has been helping families get back on their feet by providing access to safe, affordable housing combined with case management, financial counseling and connection to mainstream resources. A seamless array of services may be accessed through our in-house or referral network. Services are individualized and designed to help families achieve and maintain financial stability.

Who We Serve

Families come to us during times of crisis and debt. Whether they need safe, affordable housing or assistance addressing the hazards of lead poisoning, our staff is here to help. EBCH serves households that meet the federal definition of homelessness. Lead education and services are also available to renters and property owners.

Key Features

To house homeless families with children and provide them with the support, skills and resources needed to become self-reliant.

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Location(s) of Program

East Bay Family Health Care- East Providence
100 Bullocks Point Avenue
East Providence, RI 02915

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday. 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M

How to Enroll

Call 401-437-5104 for more information.

How You Can Volunteer

For information on volunteering you can email us at ebchinfo@ebcap.org.

Annual Appeal

The East Bay Coalition for the Homeless housing program provides apartments for homeless families with children, combined with case management and supportive services. Its annual appeal begins each year in November. Funds raised through the appeal help with program services and supports. Those looking to contribute may mail their check to East Bay Coalition for the Homeless, 100 Bullocks Point Ave, East Providence, RI 02915 or they may donate online.

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