Programs and Services
Westbay Adult Education Academy offers GED, college readiness, and literacy classes.
FCCP provides referrals and support for at-risk youth.
The Good Neighbor Energy Fund provides heating assistance to Rhode Islanders in temporary financial crisis.
Westbay Holiday Programs provide food baskets and holiday gifts.
The Intake Unit is the entry point to Westbay programs and services.
The Lead Center provides education, outreach, and case management related to lead poisoning and lead poisoning prevention.
LIHEAP helps low-income individuals and families with fuel bills during the winter.
LIHWAP helps low-income individuals and families with water and sewer bills.
The Meal Assistance Program for Students (MAPS) provides school lunch assistance to Warwick public school students.
RSVP matches senior volunteers with non-profits.
The Senior Dining Program provides weekday hot lunches to seniors and disabled adults.
Westbay oversees regional health education and safety programs for seniors.
The Elder Case Management team provides assessment, monitoring, and protective services for seniors.
Supportive Housing provides subsidized rental units with case management services.
Volunteers provide free basic tax preparation for low- to moderate-income households.
Warwick Case Management offers long-term support services to at-risk Warwick residents.
Warwick Home Maintenance does basic home repair and maintenance projects for eligible Warwick homeowners.
Weatherization helps improve home energy efficiency and safety.
Westbay Children's Center offers infant, toddler, preschool, and pre-kindergarten programs.
Westbay Farm provides fresh produce to the Westbay Marketplace.
The Westbay Marketplace is our regional food pantry.
WIC provides a monthly food package and nutrition counseling to pregnant women, new moms, infants and children up to the age of 5 years old.