April 6, 2020

Weekend staffer at Harrington Hall tests positive for COVID-19

Arrangements in place for any individuals experiencing homeless who need to self-quarantine Crossroads RI learned late yesterday...

March 31, 2020

As pandemic intensifies, the homeless are at greater risk. What’s being done?

“My administration is working very closely with all of those advocates. In addition, we are in the...

January 19, 2020

The next UHIP? A flawed system is endangering Rhode Island’s homeless

“It’s November, and we’re dealing with folks who are going to end up dying,” said Barbara Freitas,...

January 19, 2020

Guns and ICE among concerns at Cranston City Council city-wide candidate forum

The six city-wide candidates for Cranston City Council were at the Cranston Public Library on Thursday for...

January 19, 2020

Update on ACLU “Harrington Hall” lawsuit: State law remains on hold

Following a closed-chambers conference with US District Judge William Smith today, the State has acknowledged that a...

January 3, 2018

Update on ACLU lawsuit against state over “Harrington Hall” law: Shelter will not turn people away

Below is a summary – prepared by ACLU of Rhode Island volunteer attorney Lynette Labinger – of...

January 19, 2020

In the midst of frigid temperatures, ACLU sues over law that will kick some homeless out into the cold

“We have been involved in preparing this lawsuit because as an outreach program, our work centers on...