One of Trinity Rep’s core values is community. To help serve the people of Rhode Island, we compiled a list of resources that may be of use and will update regularly.
Government Agencies and Public Health Authorities
Information about Testing
From the Rhode Island Department of Health
CVS minute testing sign-ups
Walk Up Testing: Providence (Symptomatic)
Robert L. Bailey IV Elementary School (65 Gordon Avenue, Providence) – check to see if you qualify
Information about Unemployment
Dealing with a foreclosure or eviction threat, of any kind?
Reach out to Christopher Samih-Rotondo to access free legal counsel (through the Center for Justice) or
Leave a voicemail at Direct Action for Rights and Equality (DARE)
Direct Action for Rights and Equality (DARE)
Housing Help RI
Information for Artists and Educators
Rhode Island State Council for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Arts
Americans for the Arts
Health and Wellness Resources for musicians, including Grocery Grants
A State-by-State Resource Guide for Music Professionals Who Need Help During Coronavirus Crisis
Help with Printing Needs for Distance Learning from YMCA Providence (Free)
Information for Immigrants
Education, Social, and Physical Remote Resources for Parents and Youth
Arts Instructional Resources
Youth Pride RI
Free Music Classes from Girls Rock RI! (Cost waived for children and adults whose income have been affected by COVID-19)
Free Exercise classes from Greater Providence YMCA
Self-Care and Self Compassion
During this difficult time in self-quarantine, it is important to practice self-care and self-compassion.
Our community partner, SOAR (Sisters Overcoming Abusive Relationships), suggests these 10 Books That Promote Self-Love for Survivors, where survivors of domestic violence have found helpful along their road to recovery. These books promote self-love, healing, and self-reflection.
Our community partner, COAAST, (Creating Outreach About Addiction Support Together), has a number of resources for those battling addiction.