Vote every day to help St. Mary’s Win $10,000!
St. Mary’s is one of five finalists in Rhode Island for the Red Sox Foundation Impact Awards. Visit the website below and vote every day until May 31. If you have multiple emails, you can vote multiple times per day.
Help send our kids to Summer Camp!
We’d like to send 10 children from our Outpatient program to a Summer Equine Camp at Faith Hill Farms. Horses are well known for being a wonderful way for children to work through their trauma but many of our clients can’t afford Summer Camp. To help send some deserving kids to Camp, please help us raise $4,500 by the end of May.
Children’s Friendship Award Event coming June 23!
Join us at 6 pm on Thursday, June 23, at Harbor Lights Rhode Island in Warwick as we go back to an in-person fundraising event! Great food and inspiring entertainment!
9th Annual Training Series offers virtual workshops
Join the St. Mary’s Outpatient Department as it presents six workshops for mental health providers to help them strengthen and support children, adults and families.
Our Residential Services provide treatment for youth ages 6-18 including individual, group, and family clinical services. Having adopted the Building Bridges Initiative framework, our services are trauma-informed, family driven, and youth guided.
The Outpatient Department, known as The Shepherd Program, provides a variety of programs to support children, adults, and families impacted by sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, and other trauma, such as family violence and physical abuse.
George N. Hunt Campus School
We provide highly structured, individualized instruction and therapeutic services to students with learning, social, emotional, and behavioral disorders in our George N. Hunt Campus School.
News from St. Mary’s Home for Children
Due to a very generous donation today, we are now halfway to our $4,500 goal to send 10 children to Summer Camp at Faith Hill Farm! Take a look at the picture above - this really shows the emotion and trauma healing that can come from working with horses. This is what...
Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) has challenged the Nation to confront and remove barriers to achieving justice for all victims of crime. During NCVRW, we celebrate the accomplishments of the victims’ rights movement and reflect on how far we...
When a child has gone through a large trauma such as sexual assault or sexual exploitation, they are very vulnerable and can struggle with having to talk about their trauma to police and clinicians who are trying to help them. That’s where Cali the dog comes in. Cali,...
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Years of Service
“I have never worked with an agency that cared as much as your staff. Thank you all very much for your help during these difficult times.” ~ Client
“As a mom, I have to say that the EOS Program is amazing. All my needs were met; the staff is amazing. My child’s clinician was excellent. I couldn’t ask for any better support. Melissa and Julie are the best! I thank God for this program, they have helped my child and myself come a long way.” ~ Parent
“Brandi and Melissa (FISA Group Co-Leaders) were amazing and very knowledgeable! I was very nervous but they made this informative and supportive! Excellent!” ~ FISA Group Member
"The teamwork and support was well coordinated for my child." ~ Parent of School Student
“The Shepherd Program is the perfect combination of empathy, strength, support and professionalism.” ~ Clinician
“We had good communication and support from clinicians and teachers.” ~ Parent of School Student
“I have learned so many things about myself with the help of my Clinician. Because of my Clinician and The Shepherd Program, I can actually live to see my 17th birthday! Years ago, I didn’t think that was possible. I am happy to have learned to accept who I am and to love myself. Also, I have built a better relationship with my mom. The Shepherd program also helped my mom with her depression which I am thankful for. Thank you!” ~ Client
“The Team of talented and caring professionals is why I choose to work at St. Mary’s. They have become family and friends and make it possible to do this challenging work.” ~ Clinician
“Angelica is great. She is helpful, informative and understanding. All the providers were accommodating to my special needs and addressed crisis situations immediately. Very dependable.” ~ Parent
“St. Mary’s helped to stabilize our home.” ~ Parent of School Student
“My son started at Shepherd after witnessing domestic violence and he was also abused. Through his Home Based Clinician, he learned how to respect his mom, help around the house and is working on his relationship with his sister. He is better able to recognize his feelings and can actually control them. He comes to me when he needs help. They created a tool box to help him cope. He has changed greatly over the past two years and without this program I wouldn’t know what to do. His only male influence has been his abuser. He loves his therapist; he treats her like family which I guess she is.” ~ Parent
“I love the fact that the environment here, even when we are dealing with some pretty intense, difficult situations, is always positive, empathetic and encouraging! And everyone here has a sense of humor, which is a great bonus!!!” ~ Care Coordinator
“The Shepherd Program has helped our family by showing us ways to communicate with each other and helped us to understand what each other is going though. It showed us ways to bond with one another. It taught my son and daughter about Good, Bad and Secret touch and about good and bad decisions, ways to deal with everyday issues and non-everyday issues. It’s helped us become a better family all together. We are a closer family…” ~ Parent