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The Atrévete Center of Excellence for Latinx/Hispanic Social Work Practice plans to add up to 55 bilingual providers across Rhode Island by 2027.
Julissa Pereira tells her clients, “Whatever your goals are, it’s doable, it’s feasible and, if you want it, it’s within reach.” She then adds, “I’ll be behind you every step of the way.”
A School of Social Work grant will fund essential clinical behavioral health services training to assist Hispanic communities statewide.
Here are some of the faces of R.I.’s future social work clinicians earning their M.S.W. degree at Rhode Island College.
RIC students are helping to diversify the field of mental health in Rhode Island.
The next chapter in Ruth Soares’ story has yet to be written but she believes the BPS program is a link to her future.
This year’s national theme for Women’s History Month is “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.” Social worker Sarah Cote ’18 exemplifies that maxim in her work with Cranston residents.
The new Fundraising Apprenticeship Program is a collaboration between the RIC School of Social Work, the Rhode Island Foundation and the Rhode Island Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals
Alicia Ead is a busy professional. Her specialties are twofold: autism education and working with high-risk, crisis-level psychiatric patients.
Pauline managed to find help in some of the unique supports RIC provides, like Learning for Life and Project ExCEL