Community Partners

Nalari Health is committed to improving access to quality health care for all people. To this end, we proudly partner with organizations in our communities that match our mission. The following is a partial list of organizations that our company teams with.

 


Fogarty Center

The John E. Fogarty Center, incorporated in 1952, is committed to providing quality services to…

L.I.F.E., Inc.

L.I.F.E., Inc., established in 1986, is devoted to providing a wide range of community-based…

Nickerson House Community Center

Nickerson House Community Center’s mission is to…

Ocean State Community Resources, Inc.

Ocean State Community Resources, Inc. (OSCR) provides a variety of…

 


PeaceLove Studios

PeaceLove is a growing community of mental health advocates and artists creating conversations of…

Veteran’s Home

The Veterans Home, founded in 1889 with the formation of the State Board of…

Multiple Sclerosis Society

MSAA is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to enrich…

Visiting Nurse Home Care

Visiting Nurse Home Care, formerly known as Visiting Nurse Service of Greater Rhode Island…

 


Home and Hospice Care

Home & Hospice Care is the third-oldest hospice in the nation and…

Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) provides…

Care-Link

CareLink is a nonprofit management service organization that provides key strategic…

Rhodes to Independence

Rhodes to Independence (RTI) was created through the award in…

 


Sailing Heals

Sailing Heals’ essential mission is to take individuals and their families…


Fogarty Center

http://www.fogartycenter.org/


The John E. Fogarty Center, incorporated in 1952, is committed to providing quality services to adults with developmental disabilities. The Fogarty Center provides support to approximately 300 adults with developmental disabilities and their families within the Greater Providence and surrounding areas.

The Fogarty Center philosophy is that people with developmental disabilities may be active, productive members of the community and, as such, are entitled to the same rights, privileges, responsibilities and choices as all citizens. Accordingly, their mission is to offer exploration, encouragement and positive guidance, concerning individual interests, aptitude and talents, based on personal preferences. Ultimately, their goal is to promote self-determination and personal growth.

L.I.F.E., Inc.

http://www.lifeincri.org/


L.I.F.E., Inc., established in 1986, is devoted to providing a wide range of community-based experiences to individuals with varying degrees of disability throughout the state of Rhode Island. These supports include both direct and indirect assistance to persons with developmental disabilities and their families. They are committed to the individuals we are hired to work for, and they provide opportunities for greater independence through growth and accomplishment.

Nickerson House Community Center

http://www.nickersoncc.org/


Nickerson House Community Center’s mission is to provide comprehensive, high quality programs that will empower and support those in need so that they may reach their full potential, enhance their quality of life and the community that surrounds them. Located in the Olneyville section of Providence, Rhode Island, the agency has been a critical resource for some of Rhode Island’s neediest residents, young and old, for more than 120 years.

Ocean State Community Resources, Inc.

http://www.oscr.org/


Ocean State Community Resources, Inc. (OSCR) provides a variety of services and supports to children and adults with developmental and other disabilities. Established in 1982 to support the de-institutional movement for adults with developmental disabilities, OSCR continues to advance its mission in scope and size to meet the emerging needs of Rhode Islanders. Currently OSCR services over 600 children and adults.

PeaceLove Studios

http://www.peacelovestudios.com/


PeaceLove is a growing community of mental health advocates and artists creating conversations of acceptance, understanding and hope. PeaceLove Studios is an inclusive space where communities come together to experience storytelling, creative expression, and cool products to inspire a positive lifestyle for mental health. We are dedicated to helping individuals Create Peace of Mind.

Veteran’s Home

http://www.dhs.ri.gov/Veterans/RIVeteransHome/tabid/780/Default.aspx


The Rhode Island Veterans Home, founded in 1889 with the formation of the State Board of Soldiers Relief, provides quality nursing and residential care to Rhode Island war veterans. Some of the services provided include social, medical, nursing and rehabilitative services. Services are also available for the veteran’s families.

The Veterans Home provides the full range of care for those Veterans requiring it, from transitional housing and assistance in obtaining permanent residence in the community, to domiciliary housing and the entire spectrum of long term care. The Veterans Memorial Cemetery provides a perpetually dignified setting for the Veteran and spouse as the final memorial of their service to our State and country.

Multiple Sclerosis Society

http://www.nationalmssociety.org/


MSAA is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to enrich the quality of life for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis (MS).

Visiting Nurse Home Care

http://www.visitingnursehc.org/


Visiting Nurse Home Care, formerly known as Visiting Nurse Service of Greater Rhode Island, is an independent, non-profit, community-based home health and hospice provider located in Lincoln, Rhode Island. Founded in 1908, the organization’s tradition is rooted in providing high-quality care to residents of Rhode Island and southern Massachusetts.

Home and Hospice Care

http://www.hhcri.org/


Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island is the third-oldest hospice in the nation and the largest and most experienced hospice agency in the state. We provide quality, compassionate health care to people facing the advanced stages of life-threatening illnesses.

Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)

http://www.npaonline.org/


The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) provides comprehensive long term services and supports to Medicaid and Medicare enrollees. An interdisciplinary team of health professionals provides individuals with coordinated care. For most participants, the comprehensive service package enables them to receive care at home rather than receive care in a nursing home.

Care-Link

http://carelink-ri.com/


CareLink is a nonprofit management service organization that provides key strategic business activities to its members and consultation services to other health care providers.

Rhodes to Independence

http://rhodestoind.startlogic.com/


Rhodes to Independence (RTI) was created through the award in 2000 of a federal Medicaid Infrastructure Grant (MIG). The MIG goal is to support people with disabilities in securing and sustaining competitive employment in an integrated setting.

Since its inception, RTI – which operates under the aegis of the University of Rhode Island’s College of Pharmacy – has worked toward systems’ change in support of this goal. Though the initial scope of the federal MIG has been to successfully modify states’ health care delivery systems to meet the needs of people with disabilities who want to work (primarily focused on Medicaid eligibility), Rhodes to Independence’s scope is much broader as it was clear that barriers to employment, self-sufficiency and independence crossed beyond health care to transportation, housing, lack of information regarding benefits and supports, and deep-seated attitudes (employers, providers, the general public, as well as individuals with disabilities themselves). In fact, the RTI project has expanded its role far beyond the scope of the original grant to become involved in initiatives and special projects as they arise or as issues need to be addressed in a real-time fashion.

Sailing Heals

http://www.sailingheals.org


Sailing Heals’ essential mission is to take individuals and their families and caretakers out on the water for a beautiful day of sailing and respite. Sailing Heals matches owners of beautiful boats (sailing or motorized) with patients and their caretakers and takes them out for half-day sails, sometimes followed by a lunch or water-side picnic.