The Rhode Island Department of Mental Health Retardation and Hospitals provides access to quality services and supports for Rhode Islanders with developmental disabilities mental health issues substance abuse issues and chronic long term medical condition
This service determines the medical eligibility of children and adults with disabilities applying for cash benefits who are Rhode Island residents and are applying for cash benefits via Social Security Disability Insurance.
Information about the RI Department of Mental Health Retardation and Hospitals Eleanor Slater Unified Hospital System (ESH) located at the John O. Pastore Center in Cranston RI and the Eleanor Slater Hospital/Zambarano Unit in Burrillville RI.
The Rhode Island Medical Assistance Program also known as Medicaid is a federal and state funded program that pays for medical and health related services for elderly and disable adults in Rhode Island.
The Rhode Island Department of Mental Health Retardation and Hospitals Division of Developmental Disabilities provides services/support to approximately 4000 adults with developmental disabilities. These services are both privately operated and publicly o
The purpose of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired is to provide eligible individuals with visual impairments the opportunities and support that will enable them to become independent active self-sustaining members of their community.
Talking Books Plus the Rhode Island Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped provides a free library service to anyone in Rhode Island who is unable to read standard print because of a visual or physical handicap.