RI Work Supports Among Least Generous in New England
Despite the oft-cited myth that RI offers more help to its
residents than other states, the support we provide for working and
under-employed families is among the lowest in New England.
2014 Rhode Island Standard of Need
Our study of what it costs to live and raise a family in the Ocean State and how work supports help close the gap between earnings and wages.
Find programs offering assistance with income, food, child care, health care, housing, and utilities:
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Find out how much you need to make to pay your bills with our Cost of Living Calculator.
RHODE ISLAND HEALTH COVERAGE PROJECT
A joint initiative of EPI and RI KIDS COUNT, the project gives consumers a voice in the state's implementation of federal health care reform.
RI WORKFORCE ALLIANCE
dedicated to ensuring that our state has a dynamic and comprehensive
workforce development system that meets the needs of employers and
workers, especially those with low skills.
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