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For all press or media inquiries, please contact Daria Montaquila, Homes RI Communications and Engagement Specialist, dmontaquila@housingnetworkri.org

Press Mentions 2022

Press Mentions 2021

Central Falls steps up housing code enforcement to prevent lead poisoning | Public’s Radio

As Rhode Island tries to address its housing crisis, millions meant to improve the situation remain unspent| Public’s Radio

Warwick woman credits homeless diversion program for keeping her off the streets | WPRI 12

Former Memorial Hospital to open as emergency shelter for homeless | NBC 10

Governor McKee takes a helter-skelter approach to combatting homelessness | Uprise RI

McKee: Former Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket, Providence nursing home to shelter homeless | Providence Journal

Former Memorial Hospital to harbor homeless as RI expands emergency shelter capacity | WPRI 12

Activists are sleeping in tents at the RI State House. Why they want action on homelessness | Providence Journal

Providence Allocates $500K to Addresses Homelessness | AP News

McKee appoints ‘housing czar’ to address crisis of home affordability in RI | Providence Journal

Five Questions with Michelle Wilcox | PBN

A Warwick hotel is housing the homeless this winter. Here’s why neighbors aren’t happy about it | WPRI 12

‘We’re losing IQ points’: the lead poisoning crisis unfolding among US children  | NPR

City Council Wants Providence and State to Get Serious About Homelessness Crisis | Eco News RI

Some non-profits say COVID-19 federal relief money can help now as funds remain untapped | NBC 10 News

Candidate says she’ll sleep in tent outside State House until homeless crisis ‘resolved’ | Providence Journal

Opinion/Santilli: The future of homelessness will be decided this winter | Providence Journal

R.I. approves nearly $31m for affordable housing, creating and preserving more than 600 units | Boston Globe

Together, we can work to ensure all Rhode Islanders live in safe, healthy, affordable homes.