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Wanted: Behavioral Health Care Managers in RI

A four-year $2.3 million grant the federal government awarded to RIC's Institute for Education in Healthcare is designed to develop a pipeline of behavioral health care managers statewide.

Preparing for Post-COVID Mental Health Challenges in Campus Life

RIC faculty, staff and students are transitioning back to face-to-face interactions on campus. But what is the healthiest way to return to “normal”?

Working with Individuals in Crisis: Alumna Alicia Ead

Alicia Ead is a busy professional. Her specialties are twofold: autism education and working with high-risk, crisis-level psychiatric patients.

Alumni Help End Stigma around Mental Health

Multilingual mental health therapists Estrellita Moronta and Jessica Toucinho are dedicated to changing attitudes in the Latinx and Portuguese communities around mental health.

AI and VR are Transforming Social Work Education at RIC

Grant-funded research allows future social workers to assess clients using artificial intelligence and virtual reality environments.

MEET OUR GRADUATES: A Grassroots Activist in the R.I. Recovery Community

“After all these years, I’m still on fire about recovery,”​ says Roxxanne Newman

Discrimination Does More Than Divide People

Psychology professor researches the effects of microaggressions on people of color.

RIC Trains Social Workers in Trauma-Informed Care

Rhode Island College Impact

Grant-funded project targets mental health services for R.I. youth in the child welfare system.