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Climate Change and Your Health: A Guide for
is designed to help you and the people in your community understand the impacts of climate change and suggest steps you can take to protect your family's health now and in the future.
Register to Vote!
To register to vote, you have a few
1) You can register to vote online at the portal of the Secretary of State; you will need a RI driver’s license or state ID number to do so. Or,
2) You can download the pdf
(available tin English and Spanish)
on the Secretary of State’s website and mail it to your local board of canvassers. You do not need a license or state ID number for mailed-in registrations. OR
3) You can register at the
to repel ticks and mosquitoes.
You can also visit the Rhode
Island Department of Healths'
Tick Born Disease Webpage.
Or download the Rhode Island
Tick Detective Workbook HERE.
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Robin Corsi, CAGS
Director of PreSchool
Exeter-West Greenwich Schools
For more information or guidance,
call 2-1-1 or the Point at 401-462-4444
or you can email general questions to RIDOH.COVID19Questions@health.ri.gov
Families can call Kids Link, a hotline that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at
1-855-543-5465 when their child is feeling excessive anger or sadness; lashing out at siblings, friends and adults; having severe worries; or hurting him or herself or others.
**MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS CONTACTS**
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU LOVE IS GOING THROUGH A MENTAL HEALTH OR SUBSTANCE USE CRISIS, THERE IS INFORMATION, THERE IS COMPASSION. THERE IS HELP.
FOR CONFIDENTIAL SUPPORT AND TO GET CONNECTED TO CARE:
CALL 401-414-LINK (5465)
FOR UNDER 18 CALL:
VISIT OUR 24-HOUR/7-DAY TRIAGE CENTER:
975 Waterman Ave., East Providence, RI