House of Compassion

Safe and affordable housing for people with disabilities is not a ‘one size fits all’ proposition. House of Compassion in Northern Rhode Island is in danger of closing. Ten people call House of Compassion their home, small and personal, pets allowed.

For more information, or to help, visit their website here.

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2 responses

  1. Kevin M. DeJesus | Reply

    Thank you for this important update, NG! Nor need affordable housing be conceived of as a warehouse for socially marginalized people. Personal living is about choice – warehousing via the ever-expanding group home model is utterly inadequate, and shameful given the resources available in our society. Has the H of C Board of Directors pursued any RI corporate support ameliorate this deficit? Sometimes corporate donations can do good things – let’s hope so, in this case!

    Any ideas about how to help procure donations in support of H of C?

    1. thanks for your comment. I think to start– just get the word out. House of Compassion is a non-profit and donations are tax-deductable.
      their contact information is here-

      http://houseofcompassionri.org/history.htm

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