Mosaico CDC 240 High St, Bristol, RI02809 Mosaico is a community development corporation tasked with proactively responding to the ever-changing social and…More economic needs of the community. Mosaico provides the community with a wide array of beneficial services, including job training, neighborhood revitalization, residential and business representation, storefront development, educational programs and more.
Epic Home Improvement 41 Homestead Ave, Warren, RI02885 Epic Home Improvement is a full-service general contractor that is led by owner William Auclair. This business' services…More run the gamut of interior and exterior home improvement projects. Exterior services includes fencing, decking and siding. Interior projects include renovations, painting and kitchen and bathroom remodeling. Auclair works with clients to come up with an economical and affordable home improvement plan. This contractor is also available for general home repair services.
The Bristol Housing Authority exists to develop and maintain decent, safe and clean housing to address the social and…More economic needs of the town's residents. Affordable housing is Bristol for the people of Bristol who need it is their focus.
Affordable housing is available for individuals who generally earn less than 80 percent of the area's mean income. There is also subsidized housing in which the Government finances part of all of the expenses. Section 8 is a Housing and Urban Development program that provides assistance to qualified renters. Bristol Housing Authority works to help the people of Bristol obtain free, low income and senior housing to those in need.
The Sisters of Mercy is an international community of Roman Catholic women who have committed their lives to God and…More serve people especially those who suffer from sickness, poverty or lack of education with special concern and care for women and children. Their mission is to help people overcome the obstacles that keep them from living a full and dignified life.
The first Sisters of Mercy arrived in the United States from Ireland in 1843 and their energy in ministering to the sick and economically poor attracted many members. As the membership grew, so did their services, moving beyond healthcare and education to now include housing and social services. More than 4000 Sisters respond faithfully to the needs of the people working with lay women and men who volunteer to serve and support their missions.
The Bristol Sisters of Mercy offices are located in the Franklin Court Independent Living building on Franklin Street. Give them a call or visit their website to contact them and learn more about the services they provide to the community.