The COVID-19 crisis has had an immense impact on our community. Now more than ever, ONE Neighborhood Builders stands committed to connecting our neighbors with critical resources to endure this difficult time.

As the crisis unfolds, ONE|NB will be updating this list frequently. Please check back often.

Our Community Health Workers are available to help residents in Olneyville, Federal Hill, Hartford, Valley, Silver Lake, Elmhurst, Charles, Wanskuck, and Smith Hill  learn about and benefit from these resources. Contact a Community Health Worker for a  confidential, free phone appointment at (401) 374-3679.


Find your closest testing site with the Central Providence COVID Testing Map.

The Rhode Island Department of Health has developed a list of Testing Sites.

Free testing is available for uninsured Rhode Islanders through RI Free Clinic. Call (401) 92-COVID to make an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions by Providence Community Health Centers: EnglishSpanish


Renter’s Fact Sheet by Housing Network RI – Know your rights as a renter.

Safe Harbor Rental Assistance from United Way – Families behind on rent payments due to COVID-19 can apply for rental assistance.

West Elmwood Housing Assistance Program – Residents living in 02907 can apply for rental and grocery assistance.


Free grab & go lunches are available for children while school is closed.  Learn about pick-up sites and more information here.

Food Pantries:

The Federal Hill Food Center is located at 35 Swiss Street, in Providence, and is open Tuesday through Friday from 9am to 12pm.

The Olneyville Food Center is located at 261 Manton Ave, in Providence, and is open  Tuesdays 9am – 1pm; Wednesdays and Thursdays 9am – 5pm; and Fridays  9am to 2pm.

Family Service of RI is delivering fresh food and cleaning supplies to keep Rhode Island seniors safe. If you or someone you know will benefit from this service, call 401-462-4444.


The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) through DHS can subsidize the cost of childcare for eligible families.

The Early Learning Center through Federal Hill House provides childcare for families with children ages 18 months to 5 years.


For job postings from companies looking to immediately hire, visit Skills for RI’s Future Job Board.

Click here for an unemployment fact sheet from the Department of Labor and Training.

Returning to work?  Learn how to do so safely, here.

COVID-19 emergency funding and resources for artists.



The weR1 Rhode Island Relief Fund provides cash assistance to undocumented immigrants who have experienced financial hardship during the COVID-19 crisis.  Rhode Islanders who cannot receive public assistance or federal assistance because of their  immigration status are available for financial assistance up to $400.
To apply call 401-675-1414

Your support for our community is essential. Your neighbors are relying on you to help with their health and safety. Please contribute. Together, we are ONE.

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