Affordable Housing in RI for Seniors 62+

Affordable Housing in RI for Seniors 62+

Affordable Housing Opportunities Seniors 62 years  of age and over Immediate Occupancy Lovely subsidized 1 and 2 bedroom apartments Heat and electricity included Near shopping, churches and bus line Next to country club Stop in for an application Monday through Friday: Monsignor DeAngelis Manors 825 or 845 Wakefield Street West Warwick, RI (401) 828-8040 Help with Affordable Housing for Seniors in RI Pat Logan, a Social Case Worker with over 20 years of experience in Rhode Island state service, can help you navigate the benefit system quickly and efficiently. Please feel free to call or text Pat at (401) 447.8485 today to discuss your benefit needs in Rhode...

Helping Clients Afford Heating Costs Winter 2014

As surely as September starts warm it ends cool. October brings a need for heat. Contact your local CAP Agency and apply for heating assistance immediately. You have more than one option for heating assistance: 1. CAP Agency 2.  Salvation Army 3.  Bishop Tobin’s “Keep on the Heat Fund” Contact Pat Logan regarding details on the documentation you will need to complete these applications or if you have any questions or...

Super Affordable School Supplies

To get the most bang for your buck when shopping for back-to-school-supplies, you should check the following retailers for their “loss-leader,” a special purchase costing from 1 to 25 cents for pens, crayons, filler paper, composition books, folders, other school supplies that you child will need. Be sure to check every week for sales: Target Walmart Staples – has a list of supplies needed for grades 1 through 12 Walgreen Office Max These specials change weekly and for a cost of .50 per family per week you can fully outfit four children for the upcoming school year. As always, feel free to contact Pat Logan with any questions or concerns at (401) 447-8485 or contact her by...