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Youth Success Program >
Our skilled case managers partner with Youth Success participants in achieving their goals of self-sufficiency as a successful young family. Each pregnant or parenting teen is individually assessed on their strengths, needs and skill levels. A comprehensive family assessment plan is made collaboratively with the teen and they are assisted in attaining the designated objectives.

We assist teens in developing daily living skills, social skills and completing secondary education and/or a GED; which increases stability, self-awareness, job-readiness and employability. We teach participants about child growth and development and how they can assist their children to successfully learn and grow. We work at identifying barriers to service and find solutions to overcome obstacles, resulting in…YOUTH SUCCESS

click here to download Youth Success Brochure
click here to download 2014/2015 Youth Success Annual Report
click here to download 2012 Youth Success Annual Report
click here to download 2010/2011 Youth Success Annual Report
click here to download 2009 Youth Success Annual Report
Cover Letter from the Executive Director
Youth Success Program Contacts

The Youth Success Program is a system of care providing access to an extensive array of services.

Direct Services >

  • GED classes

  • Adult Basic Education and Literacy

  • ESL classes

  • Life Skills Training

  • Parenting Classes

  • Healthcare

Case Management to help with >

  • Basic Human Needs

  • Medical Assistance

  • Child Care

  • Mental Health referrals

  • Transportation

  • Housing

  • WIC

  • SNAP (formerly Food Stamps)

  • Paternity and Child Support

    Case Managers will help program participants discern what services will be beneficial to their unique situation.

Youth Success Additional Programs >

  • AT-RISK, Pregnancy Prevention Sex Education Classes
    In some communities, classes are offered in the public high schools during the school day and in other areas they are offered in community locations. Contact your local Community Action Agency for more information.

Eligibility >
Youth Success is available to any pregnant or parenting teen under age twenty; regardless of income. Teens receiving RI Works benefits (cash assistance), and have not completed high school or a GED program are required to participate. Referrals are made to Youth Success from schools, hospitals, the RI Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) and the Department of Human Services (DHS).

Where to find Youth Success >
The eight Statewide Community Action Agencies and Family Services of Rhode Island offer Youth Success. For the location nearest you, please refer to the list on the back of this brochure. Funding of Youth Success is provided by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services of Rhode Island through RI Community Action.

Youth Success is Offered Through >
Blackstone Valley Community Action Program

32 Goff Avenue, Pawtucket, RI 02860
Serving Pawtucket, Central Falls, Lincoln, Cumberland & Woonsocket
Call: 401-723-4520, ext.261 or email:

Community Action Partnership of Providence
518 Hartford Avenue, Providence, RI 02909
Serving Providence
Call: 401-273-2000 Ext. 202 or email:

Community Care Alliance
8 Court Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895
Serving Woonsocket
Call: 401-235-6040 or email:

Comprehensive Community Action Program
311 Doric Avenue, Cranston, RI 02910
Serving Cranston, Coventry, Foster & Scituate
Call: 401-562-2281 or email:

East Bay Community Action Program
Upper Bay: 100 Bullocks Ave., Riverside, RI 02915
Lower Bay: 654 Green End Ave., Middletown, RI 02842
Serving East Providence, Barrington, Warren, Bristol, Portsmouth, Middletown,
Little Compton, Tiverton, Newport & Jamestown
Call: 401-847-7821, Ext. 201 or email:

South County Community Action Program
1935 Kingstown Rd., Wakefield, RI 02879
Serving Westerly, Charlestown, Hopkinton, Richmond, Exeter, Narragansett,
South Kingstown, North Kingstown, New Shoreham
Call: 401-789-3016, ext.305 or email:

Tri-Town Community Action Agency
1126 Hartford Ave., Johnston, RI 02919
YS Office at: 33 Maple Avenue, North Providence, RI 02911
Serving Johnston, North Providence, North Smithfield, Smithfield, Burrillville, Glocester
Call: 401-519-1903 or email:

Westbay Community Action
205 Buttonwoods Ave., Warwick, RI 02886886
Serving Warwick, West Warwick, East Greenwich, West Greenwich
Call: 401-732-4666 Ext. 124 or email:

click here to download Youth Success brochure

Under age 20 and pregnant or parenting? Rhode Island Community Action Associations’ Youth Success Programs can help you and your baby.


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