Main Street is a group home that supports young men in acquiring the skills necessary to move forward toward independence. Residents usually step down from more restrictive programs and learn to manage their behavioral health issues as they prepare to make their way in the community. They may attend local public schools, undertake employment while pursuing a GED, or be involved in vocational or higher education.
Program staff provide guidance and support to residents in securing ID’s, drivers licenses, using public transportation, applying for jobs and post- secondary education, and increasing awareness of personal responsibility.
Residents participate in many NAFI/RI Network events, including Project Turkey, the prom, the annual talent show, and summer football league, and are involved in several local community service activities.
Services: Therapy, Case Management, Skill Classes
Mission: Respect, Responsibility, Independence
Education: Public and Alternative Schools
Capacity: 8 beds (3 respite)
Karen Cox, Program Director
648 Main Street
Warren, RI. 02885
Fax: (401) 245-8350