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Case Management

Case management programs assist older Rhode Islanders who wish to remain at home for as long as possible.To qualify, Rhode Island residents must be 60 or older (or Alzheimer’s victims of any age), homebound, frail, or disabled and unable to remain at home without supportive care.

Through case management services, clients receive an assessment of their needs. A case manager develops a plan of care which includes options for community based services. The case manager will assist in securing needed services, monitor the care plan, and offer training and support for family caregivers.Clients with limited incomes and few cash resources may qualify for free or reduced-cost home care services.

Contact the nearest agency:

Aquidneck Island:

Child & Family Service of
Newport County:

East Bay East Bay Community Action: 437-1000
Kent County: Westbay Community Action: 732-4660
Northern RI C.R.A. Inc. 822-6208
Northwest: Tri-Town Community Action: 351-2750
Providence County: Meals on Wheels of RI: 351-6700

South County/Coventry:

C.R.A., Inc: 822-6208






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