Resident Services

The objective of the Resident Services Department of the Housing Authority of the City of Pawtucket is to introduce and link residents with a range of programs and services which help provide stability, strengthen individual and family functioning and offer opportunities to increase and maximize individual potential. This department also strives to enhance the quality of life, to further independence, to improve upward mobility into the broader community, and to enrich the lives of all we serve. There are many programs and services offered to the Residents of the Housing Authority of the City of Pawtucket.

The Resident Services office works with local non-profits and human service providers to connect residents to the programs and services they need.  The department is staffed by a full time Family Self Sufficiency Coordinator, a full time Resident Services Coordinator and a full time Resident Services Manager.  

Our Family Self Sufficiency program serves Section 8 tenants, helping them to set goals, connect with education and training opportunities and plan for their future. 

Community Partners:


Americorps

Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center

Blackstone Valley Community Action Program

Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket

Capital Good Fund

Citizen's Bank

Pawtucket Citizens Development Corporation

Pawtucket COZ

Pawtucket Prevention Coalition

Progresso Latino

Providence Center

RI Food Bank

Seven Stars Bakery

Southside Community Land Trust

St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Food Pantry

St. Raphael Academy

United Healthcare

Woodlawn Community Development Corporation

Important Notice: Read Below

If you have any families with school aged children that do not have access to the internet, they can call Spectrum for FREE internet service during the school shutdown. The number is 1-844-488-8398.

I have confirmed this service is for all children affected and includes free installation and free internet for 60 days.

Noticia Importante:

Si tiene familias con niños en edad escolar que no tienen acceso a Internet, pueden llamar a Spectrum para obtener un servicio GRATUITO de Internet durante el cierre de la escuela. El número es 1-844-488-8398.

He confirmado que este servicio es para todos los niños afectados e incluye instalación gratuita e internet gratis durante 60 días.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Resident Services Manager
Kimberly Gervais
kgervais@pawthousing.org

(401) 721-6063 

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