Regional Prevention Coalition

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Preventing youth substance use and promoting good mental health for all

At Tri-County, we are leading youth down the road to success. Using open conversations, we provide information and support to parents, schools and community partners.

Tri-County operates the Southern Providence County (SPC) Prevention Coalition in partnership with several community stakeholders. The SPC Prevention Coalition serves the towns of Cranston, Johnston, North Providence, Scituate, Smithfield, and is comprised of representatives from the schools, substance use and mental health organizations, municipalities, youth services, law enforcement and health care. The Coalition works to establish community action plans to promote emotional health and wellness for youth, and to implement evidenced based prevention strategies to engage the community and deliver prevention tips through text messaging and newsletters.

Check out the latest SPC Newsletter, Raising Healthy Kids!

Struggling with pain, chronic disease or being a caretaker?  The Southern Providence County Prevention Coalition is joining forces with the

Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals (BHDDH) and Rhode Island Patient Information Network (RIPIN) to offer a series of six-week virtual workshops that address chronic pain self-management, caregiver tools and strategies for healthy living.


  • Chronic Pain Self-Management (55+) March 8, 2022, 9:30-11am
    Tools for easing pain, fatigue, stress, sleep problems and nutrition tips
  • Powerful Tools for Caregivers (18+)Two Offerings March 16, 2022,
    6-7:30 pm, March 17, 2022, 9-10:30 am
    Helps caregivers balance between caring for others and caring for yourself
  • Tools for Healthy Living (55+) (Chronic Disease) March 2, 2022, 8:30-11 am
    Techniques for communicating effectively, managing symptoms, medications, stress, diet and exercise


For a more detailed description of the workshops, visit, or click HERE to download a flyer.

To register for workshops, visit


For more information on the SPC Prevention Coalition, visit their website at