CONSTITUENT SERVICES & RESOURCES
As our State Representative, I’m committed to serving our community and helping our neighbors however I can.
Please contact me if I can ever assist you with the following: sidewalk maintenance, unemployment benefits, immigration, SNAP benefits, Medicare, Medicaid, licensing, registrations, DMV matters, and more.
Using the form below you can contact me with any questions, comments, ideas, or requests you may have.
In addition, I hope you find the following resources useful:
RENT AND FOOD SECURITY
Rent and Utility Relief
If you or someone you know is struggling to pay rent or utilities, please apply for our State's rental/utility assistance program (Rent Relief RI).
This program will provide rental and utility relief payments to help eligible renters maintain economic stability.
Rhode Island Community Food Bank
The RI Community Food Bank has organized a comprehensive list with all active food pantries and meal sites in the city.
Please visit this linked page to view food assistance programs
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
If you would benefit from mental health support or substance use counseling, please call the following 24/7 Hotline:
If you are under 18, please
call the following 24/7 Hotline:
HOUSING RESOURCES AND SERVICES
Offers resources for buyers, sellers, and property owners.
Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless:
Provides a large variety of resources and guidance for those impacted by homelessness.
A provider of a variety of social services, including temporary housing available for up to 90 days at a time.
Direct Action for Rights and Equality (DARE):
Provides services to those living in low income housing, in order to help them avoid foreclosure and similar issues, through legal advocacy and other procedures in order to provide for better housing opportunities.
Provides high quality legal assistance and court representation to low-income individuals and eligible client groups who are facing eviction.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR RI WORKERS & SMALL BUSINESSES
Are quarantined and unable to work or your workplace has been temporarily closed; OR
Are out of work and are not being compensated
Please review the following information about assistance available through State programs here.
Assistance for Small Businesses
If you own a small business and need assistance, please do the following:
Visit the RI Commerce website
Call the Small Business Hotline at (401) 521-HELP from
Paid Sick Leave
Most part-time, full-time, seasonal, temporary or other employees who work in Rhode Island are eligible for paid sick leave.
RESOURCES FOR OUR IMMIGRANT NEIGHBORS
If you are an immigrant and need help with accessing: Adult Education, Public Benefits, Healthcare, K-12 Education, an Immigration Attorney, Information regarding your rights, and/or a Family Preparedness Plan
Please visit: https://www.immigrantcoalitionri.org/resources