Tyra Club 119 West St, Woonsocket, RI02895 The Tyra Club is a social club in Woonsocket. It organizes recreational events and meetings. It additionally…More lends services in running fundraisers and charity events for non-profit organizations.
Italian Workingmen's Club 947 Diamond Hill Rd, Woonsocket, RI02895 Founded in 1928, the Italian Workingmen's Club has been a cornerstone for the Italian residents of Woonsocket as a place…More to gather and socialize. A non-profit social organization, it is extremely active in the local community and has contributed greatly to education and youth sports. The I.W.C. also boasts a banquet hall that is available for rent for any special occasions.
Esten & Richard Agency 342 Park Ave, Woonsocket, RI02895 Esten & Richard Agency is a full-service insurance agency for individuals and small businesses throughout the…More Providence area. This company offers insurance services for general contractors, restaurants, non-profit groups, day-care facilities and others. Visit the website or call the number listed for more information about the various insurance policies offered.
Italian Workingmen's Club 947 Diamond Hill Rd # A, Woonsocket, RI02895 Italian Workingmen's Club is a non-profit cultural organization. It is dedicated to bringing together the…More Italian-American community, regardless of political or religious affiliations and hosts various food drives and fundraisers. Its hall can be rented for weddings, dances and other special events.
Theatre Works 142 Clinton St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Theatre Works is a non-profit community theatre that has been entertaining city residents since 1982. Performances…More are held at the Masonic Temple on Clinton Street and general admission to its productions is $18 for adults and $15 for seniors and children. Seasons run from September to May and generally include four shows. Open auditions are typically held for casting.
The mission of SEDC is to promote the evolution of healthy and productive citizens among people with roots in…More Southeast Asia by facilitating their transition to life in America while cultivating their heritage; and to encourage their involvement in the design and implementation of efforts that support economic development, family harmony, and community well-being. The Socio-Economic Development Center for Southeast Asians (SEDC-SEA) is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and integration of Southeast Asian culture while empowering the community by focusing on equality and self-sufficiency.
Main Street/Riverfront Initiative started in 1990 and was formerly Main Street 2000 Development…More Corporation.
Located in City Hall, the group is a private-non-profit organization with the purpose of addressing the declining business on Main Street and encouraging new economic activity and development. The project was created by the City of Woonsocket and the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce and focuses on improving the overall appearance and image of this central city zone.
American-French Genealogical Society 78 Earle St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Established in 1978, American-French Genealogical Society is a non-profit organization. Is is devoted to helping people…More of French-Canadian extraction learn about and preserve their heritage. It hosts exhibits, classes and community events, collects and publishes Franco-American vital statistics, registers and burial records and maintains a research library which is accessible for members. Other membership benefits include access to the annual business meeting, a subscription to its journal and bi-monthly newsletter and discounts on research and copy services.
Rhode Island Regional Adult Learning (RIRAL) 191 Social St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Founded in 1979, Rhode Island Regional Adult Learning (RIRAL) is a non- profit and privately-owned agency. Offering…More training, counseling and guidance to all adults in need of education, this Woonsocket location on the third floor of the CornerStone Building. Its large and motivated staff provides many programs, including GED, ESOL (English as a second language), and job training skills.
Thundermist Health Center 450 Clinton St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Thundermist Health Center is a non-profit, private community health center that offers affordable care to low income…More residents. In 1969 Thundermist started out as a local family planning center, and today the center sees over 24,000 patients a year. It offers services such as: school based health centers; care for the homeless; free immunizations; and a food pantry. Thundermist Health Center works to get proper care for those without insurance and an on-site pharmacy, partnered with CVS Caremark, is also available for patients. Thundermist Health Center is open Monday through Saturday for your convenience.
NRI Community Services provides mental health and substance abuse treatment including long term care, employment and…More housing, plus clinical, educational and self-help services. This non-profit organization was founded in 1966 and served more than 3,700 individuals last year. With 24-hour emergency service, debriefings for local police and an emphasis on community-based services, NRI strives to care for the entire community and to help clients to become healthier and more self-reliant.
In Woonsocket, NRI has several locations including outpatient housing facilities. The location on John Cummings Way offers services including screening, intake and emergency processes, adult community support, vocational assistance, rehabilitation and third-party insurance billing.
Located on Main Street in Woonsocket, Action Based Enterprises (ABE) is a non-profit educational and human services…More agency. ABE offers day treatment for students in grades K – 12, community service activities for adjudicated youth, family outreach, mentoring and daycare for developmentally delayed adults. Specifically, ABE is for individuals with substantive behavioral issues who have achieved limited educational, recreational, therapeutic and vocational success.
The diverse team at Action Based Enterprises includes certified special education teachers, a registered nurse, MSW social workers and highly experienced behavioral specialists. ABE’s comprehensive academic program is consistent with school standards set by the Rhode Island Department of Education. ABE also offers a program for 18 to 21 year-old developmentally delayed students seeking transition from high school to adult services. For more information, visit the Website or call the number listed.
NRI Community Services provides mental health and substance abuse treatment, including long-term care, employment…More and housing, plus clinical, educational and self-help services. This non-profit organization was founded in 1966 and served more than 3,700 individuals last year. With 24-hour emergency service, debriefings for local police and an emphasis on community-based services, NRI strives to care for the entire community and to help clients to become healthier and more self-reliant.
In Woonsocket, NRI has several locations including outpatient housing facilities. The location on Cumberland Street includes child and family services, intensive programs for children and Viola M. Berard School. Viola Berard is a special education school that offers psychoeducational and clinical assessment services to at-risk children ages five to 21.
St. Ann Arts & Cultural Center is Woonsocket's own Sistine Chapel, with city ancestors looking down from the…More historic walls. Ornate stained glass and fresco paintings cover every wall of the restored building, now run as community-based non-profit.
When the Diocese sold off St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church in 2000, former parishioners worked with art lovers to step in and save the building that had been a second home to so many poor French Canadian immigrants since the early 1900s. In the 1940s, an Italian artist, Guido Nincheri, used members of the church as his models to create the largest collection of fresco paintings in North America.
Chairman of the board of directors Wally Rathbun emphasizes his desire to help the city and ensure that the building serves as a resource to its residents. The center, run entirely by volunteers, holds fundraising events throughout the year and every penny not put back into the preservation of the original structure is used to help city residents. The group sponsors a Guardian Angel program to help local students pay for education and donates coats to the needy every winter.
Currently the center is open every Sunday with tours between 1 and 4. They serve dinners and do performances in the former church and in the basement below, which has a full bar (including liquor license) and a stage, complete with a large dressing room. All of the facilities are available for rent, with accommodations for performances, special events, and weddings.