Rhode Island Resource Directory

A Guide to Services Associated with RI 2-1-1

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Tri-County Community Action Agency - North Kingstown

415 Tower Hill Road
North Kingstown, RI 02852

(401) 789-3016



Heating Assistance & Weatherization
Head Start
Food Distribution
Emergency Services
Family Care,Community Partnership (FCCP)
Adult and Youth Education, Employment & Training

Tri-County’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, offers assistance with managing costs associated with home energy bills. Tri-County is able to help with paying fuel and utility bills during the winter months for eligible clients, and we can arrange for the installation of home insulation to reduce home-heating costs (gas, electric, propane, oil, kerosene or wood) through our weatherization program.

Weatherization Program assists low-income individuals and families to permanently reduce their energy consumption and increase energy efficiency, thereby reducing the cost of energy bills.
Energy audits are conducted in the home by our staff of qualified and friendly auditors. Energy audits will determine the need for insulation, weather-stripping, air sealing, pipe wrapping, and replacement of windows. Must meet income eligibility guidelines.

Food Distribution: Offers assistance with all aspects of essential needs and daily living, including food assistance. We welcome individuals to visit our food pantries once per month, and offer distribution of canned goods, pasta, grain, juice, peanut butter, rice and flour and other foods as contributed through the State of Rhode Island and purchased through the Rhode Island Food Bank. For more information about the Food Assistance Program, contact us at 401-351-2750 x. 1913

Summer Youth Employment and Training Program:
A six week program operated between June and August for youth ages 14 -24. The program provides youth with work experience opportunities in local businesses, public facilities and non-profit agencies. Work experiences provide youth with hands-on opportunities to develop the skills they will need upon entering the work force. Youth receive wages and other payments upon attaining certain benchmarks relative to their job performance. Youth also participate in a variety of career and personal development activities such as community service projects, field trips, post secondary exploration, and guest speakers from key RI industries.

Youth Opportunity Center
Part of the State’s Youth works 411 system, the Youth Center provides academic and occupational assessment and exploration, employment assistance, paid and unpaid work experiences, intensive case management, job coaching, leadership skills, life skills training, tracking and follow up. Open to youth ages 14 -24 years old, for both in-school and out-of-school.

Primary Services:

  • Community Action Agencies  [Show Definition Details]

  • Early Head Start - [Temporarily Unavailable]   [Show Definition Details]

  • Electric Service Payment Assistance  [Show Definition Details]

  • Food Pantries  [Show Definition Details]

  • Head Start  [Show Definition Details]

  • Heating Fuel Payment Assistance  [Show Definition Details]

  • Weatherization Programs  [Show Definition Details]

  • Youth Employment Programs  [Show Definition Details]

General Information


Office Mon-Fri 8:00AM-4:30PM
Food Pantry 1st and 3rd Thu of the month 1:00PM-3:00PM

Intake Process:

Call First
Varies by program

Program Fees:

No Fees


Adult Male and Female

Handicap Accessible?



Handicap Accessible

Is Shelter?


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