Other Trainings/Conferences/Meetings

November 28, 2023 

1st Planning Meeting for the Alliance to Eradicate Youth Homelessness

The Alliance to Eradicate Youth Homelessness (AEYH) seeks to reorient our systems and services towards justice by redistributing resources and power young people need to thrive. Join us as we identify priorities for our working groups as a collective,

Date/Time: November 28, 2023 from 4:30pm-6:30pm

To register, please click here.

November 29,


Friends Way Conference: Equity in Action--Connecting Purpose, Metrics, and Outcomes in Grief Work

This workshop is designed to help participants understand why being an equity-focused organization matters, connecting the work to the organization's mission, and identifying what equity looks like in action. Operationalizing equity involves communicating purpose, identifying key performances indicators, and determining the right metrics for measuring equity outcomes using the Problem of Practice method.

Registration Fee: $75; Groups of four (4) or more: $65

3.0 CEs available from NASW in Cross-Cultural Practice

Date/Time: November 9, 2023 from 8:30am-12:00pm

 November 29, 2023

RI Minority Elder Task Force Presents An Informational Session on Social Security & Immigration

This FREE event is open to the public and registration isn't required. A continental breakfast will be provided. The first 30 participants will receive a $10 Walmart gift card!

Date/Time: Wednesday, November 29, 2023 from 9:30am-12:30pm

Location: Cape Verdean Progressive Center: 329 Grosvenor Ave. East Providence, RI

For questions or more information, please contact riminorityeldertaskforce@gmail.com 


4th Annual Rhode Island Substance Exposed Newborn Conference

To view the full recording, please click either link below:

Full Conference (YouTube)

Full Conference (Google Drive)

 On Demand

New E-Module Available from Center of Excellence for Protected Health Information: Privacy Basics for Frontline Staff

This module is designed to help professionals who provide or administer substance use disorder (SUD) services and to understand how protected health information (PHI) can be shared within one's organization, and when communicating with clients and individuals outside their organizations.

To access the module, please click here.

Various Dates

Workforce Essentials Training Program

Amos House is announcing their three week programs to develop new skills and explore career opportunities! Explore a career focus area in any of the following: Culinary Arts, Carpentry/Building Trades, Customer Service, General Job Skills.

For more information, please call 401-272-0220 ext. 222

    The following organizations periodically sponsor trainings on a variety of topics.  
                 Please check their individual websites for updated information.