Useful Links

RI DHS SNAP Social Worker Contact Information

To enroll, call the DHS call center at 401-462-7787 and tell them you’re interested in SNAP Employment and Training

RI Department of Human Services an organization of opportunity, working hand-in-hand with other resources in Rhode Island to offer a full continuum of services for families, adults, children, elders, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.


EmployRI  has a complete set of employment tools for job seekers in Rhode Island. Search jobs, create resumes, find education and training. Employers can find candidates, post jobs, search labor market information.


The netWORKri centers are conveniently located throughout the state where jobseekers and employers are matched through quality employment programs and services.

RI Department of Labor and Training

The RI Department of Labor and Training offers employment services, educational services and economic opportunity to both individuals and employers.

DHS SNAP Outreach

DHS is currently partnering with community organizations to help Rhode Islanders learn about the availability, application process, eligibility requirements and benefits of SNAP.

The SNAP-Ed Connection

The SNAP-Ed Connection is a dynamic online resource center for State and local SNAP-Ed providers. SNAP-Ed Connection is funded by USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service.

The Food and Nutrition Service (FNS)

FNS works to end hunger and obesity through the administration of 15 federal nutrition assistance programs including WIC, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and school meals. No American should have to go hungry.

Service Delivery Resources: Job Seeker

These resources may help workforce development professionals design and deliver job seeker services, including virtual services; information, tools, and supports for assisting job seekers; and gain a better understanding of the challenges facing individuals that are unemployed and underemployed.

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