Jim Hummel of the Hummel Report recently spent time at the WARM Center for a feature story for Rhode Island Spotlight on Rhode Island PBS. Click here to watch a 10 minute video detailing WARM’s history and programs, and hear from former clients how together we are changing lives.
On Monday, December 14th, WARM celebrated the Ribbon Cutting & Dedication of the newly-remodeled shelter. Thank you to the many supporters of this project over the years!
No one deserves to left in the cold. Through the Dollar Makes a Difference campaign, WARM receives contributions designated for heating assistance to help financially struggling men, women, and children in the community. It’s simple, give one dollar a week for twenty two weeks. Collectively the dollars will add up to ensure the health and […]
Anita’s Kitchen serves nearly 100 meals a day … over 35,000 in the last year alone. Lunch is served from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm daily, and dinner from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm daily, at 54 Spruce Street, near UBS (Oak St.) and Immaculate Conception Church (Narragansett Ave.) We serve clients from two to […]
The WARM Center is a comprehensive social services agency providing professional and compassionate wraparound programming for those in need in southern Rhode Island and southeastern Connecticut. We pride ourselves on treating everyone who seeks our services with compassion, dignity and respect. WARM is the only provider of comprehensive shelter services to adult men and women in […]
On October 1st WARM will kick off it’s A Dollar Makes a Difference campaign. Your one dollar donations will be used strictly for heating assistance to help our neighbors through the winter months. If you are interested in coordinating a dress down day, bake sale, or other event, and would like more information call Joy […]
If you are a single adult in need of shelter, call our shelter case manager at 596-9276. If you and your children are homeless, call our Harvest Homes Case Manager, Cherie Harland at 596-9276. If you need a meal, our soup kitchen serves lunch from 12:00 noon to 1:00, and dinner from 5:30-6:30, at 54 […]