HIV/STI Testing and Prevention: ext. 3844 or 401-426-8906
Mikel Wadewitz, Director: ext. 3808 or 401-659-6038
Alix Stockwood, LICSW, Clinical Administrator: ext. 3227
Dolores Brooks, Case Manager: 401-639-2424
Joyce Brown, Case Manager: 401-450-1912
Kimberley Clohecy, Program Coordinator: ext. 2299 or 401-744-4735
Katie Davis, Case Manager: 401-675-7228
Originally founded in 1985, APRI was the first AIDS service organization in Rhode Island. Our mission is to provide a compassionate, nonjudgmental, and collaborative response to the needs of people living with, affected by, and at risk for HIV. We strive to accomplish our mission through leadership in prevention, education, supportive services, and advocacy. We serve more than 1,500 people throughout Rhode Island every year. APRI is a division of Family Service of Rhode Island.
AIDS Run/Walk for Life
About the Event
Our annual AIDS Run/Walk for Life is APRI’s signature fundraising event. It brings together people from communities across Rhode Island to raise and renew awareness of HIV and AIDS, honor those who have passed, and raises funds that ensure we can continue to fulfill our mission. The Walk has in years past been held at the Statehouse and other locations in and around Providence and featured a number of community speakers, politicians, and activists of all stripes.
2020 AIDS Run/Walk for Life
Stay tuned for more information about the 2020 AIDS Run/Walk for Life.
Family Service of Rhode Island is a nonprofit organization providing a wide array of human and educational services to primarily low-income children, adults and families in every Rhode Island community. Some facts about FSRI:
- It was founded in 1892, making it one of the oldest nonprofits in Rhode Island.
- It has about 270 employees and a $24 million annual budget.
- Its mission: To improve the overall health and well-being of the communities we serve through high-impact partnerships and high-quality, innovative programs.
- It’s accredited by the Council on Accreditation, an international accrediting organization.
- It’s governed by a volunteer board of directors.
FSRI serves approximately 9,000 children and adults annually. Staff speak a range of languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, Creole, Laotian, and Thai. FSRI has adopted policies and procedures reflecting the federal Office of Minority Health’s Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health Care standards. It meets the standards of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Care Act (HITECH), and has adopted policies and procedures reflecting the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Learn more by visiting www.familyserviceri.org.