CCAP is Coventry’s largest health and social service agency and we would like to invite you on a brief tour of our facility and our services.
Located at 191 MacArthur Blvd, our state-of-the-art facility, housing our primary health care center, our behavioral health care center and our new dental center is ready to provide you and your family with quality affordable health services.
Our primary health care center, Family Health Services of Coventry, staffed with family medicine physicians and physician assistants along with a team of nurses, medical assistants and social workers provide both office based and home based care; meeting the unique needs of you and your family. From pediatric care to care for seniors, we are prepared to treat your entire family. Our social workers are equipped to help you with all your social service needs and will provide additional supports to you and your family as needed.
Our behavioral health programs offer general counseling and psychiatric services meeting the behavioral health needs of your family and community. Treatment for anxiety, depression, PTSD and addictions are among many behavioral health concerns we address. In partnership with the Coventry School Department, CCAP offers school and home base substance use services for youth struggling with substance use through our “Seven Challenges” program.
CCAP operates the Coventry Substance Abuse Task Force. This community and school-based education and prevention program works closely with the Coventry School Department and the Coventry Police Department keeping all members of the community safe, informed and peaceful.
In 2019, Family Health Services opened a state-of-the-art dental facility. This facility, staffed with Family Dentists, Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants are prepared to address all your dental needs.
The West Bay Smiles Program and the Molar Express Program are our pediatric community based dental programs bringing mobile oral health care to locations in your community and the Coventry schools.
Our Family Centered programs; Healthy Families America and Parents as Teachers are 2 home based programs providing support and parenting education to young families in the community.
Working closely with our WIC Health Nutrition program, young families receive all the supports necessary to make their families healthy and resilient.
We welcome all residents of Coventry to call with any questions or to meet with any of our staff. Our goal is to keep all residents healthy and safe. For more information, Call us:
401.589.2610, WICLearn More
Mindful Monday is a weekly zoom drop-in meditation group open to all teens 13 to 18 years old. Brief meditations are facilitated by CCAP’s Community Response Program team members.Come learn the benefits of meditation in your life! CCAP’s VIRTUAL WELLNESS
MINDFUL MONDAYS….A relaxing way to start an active week
Who: Teens age 13-18
Day: MondaysTime: 4pm – 5pm
Start: October 5, 2020
For more information contact Jennifer Pelkey, firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-318-2555.Learn More
CCAP Seven Challenges® is a holistic counseling program for young people in Coventry and Cranston focused on mindfulness surrounding substance use problems. Benefits of The Seven Challenges® include:
• Help youth make informed decisions about substance use;
• Motivate youth to evaluate their lives and consider changes they would like to make and then success in implementing those changes;
• Support youth in taking power in their own life.
CCAP’s Seven Challenges program is designed for youth and young adults who are currently or recently used tobacco, alcohol or other drugs.
If CCAP’s Seven Challenges program is right for someone you know, contact: Susan Kennedy, CCAP Seven Challenges Clinical Case Manager (401) 450-9879, email@example.com
In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.
- You’ve been feeling low or irritable for most of the day, every day for two weeks or more. You might have found yourself worrying about past or future events for long periods of time, or simply feeling sad, cross or tearful. Sometimes it’s hard to recognize a gradual change – have others noticed that you don’t seem your usual self?
- You’ve lost interest in activities that you used to enjoy. Perhaps you have been seeing less of your friends or family recently, have stopped going to the gym, or cooking balanced meals. This is really about recognizing changes in what’s normal for you – no one is saying you have to exercise five times a week or eat your greens, but changes in your routine can offer concrete indications that your mood is changing.
- You are struggling to concentrate. You might notice that you struggle to focus when reading or watching television, for example, or to follow the thread of a spoken conversation. This could be affecting your performance at work, or limiting your ability to perform routine tasks such as food shopping. Again, we are looking for a change in what’s normal for you, so if concentration has always been something you find tricky there is little cause for concern.
In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.
– Robert Frost