Child & Family is private non-profit human and health service agency that has proudly served children, families, and seniors throughout Rhode Island since 1866.

Natasha Gordon, program manager of Child & Family’s Bridge to Success Independent Living Program, spoke to Newport Daily News about transitioning young adults age 18 to 21 who have been in state custody. Natasha shed light on the importance of stable, supportive adults and highlighted employment counseling, access to health care and state assistance, and job training and housing that are all part of the program.

Read the Newport Daily News Article: Independent living programs assists young adults after foster care

Career Opportunities


Clinicians work with clients in their homes to provide service coordination, continued follow-through and supervision, coping skills, long-term solutions, and outreach utilizing a variety of treatment interventions. Flexibility around client schedules is...

Residential Counselors

Residential Counselors provide appropriate role modeling in a 24-hour trauma-informed therapeutic environment that promotes the physical, mental, and behavioral health of each resident and assists residents in developing life skills.  JOIN OUR TEAM

Teacher/Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Educators promote the optimal development and well-being of children by planning and implementing developmentally appropriate programs that emphasize learning through play.  JOIN OUR TEAM