National Directory: Rhode Island

Welcome to the Rhode Island Home Modification and Repair Resources Page! On this State Resources page, you will find resources for consumers and professionals specific to Rhode Island, including featured programs, funding sources, home modification and repair providers by city, and educational materials!

HOME MODIFICATION IN Rhode Island


Home Modification Providers by City

This section contains listings of home modification providers in Rhode Island. Search by city or keyword.

NARRAGANSETT, RI

OAKLEY HOME ACCESS

Contact Person: Justin Oakley, Co-Owner, Oakley Home Access

Agency Name or Parent Company: Oakley Home Access

Name of Home Modification Program / Resource: OAKLEY HOME ACCESS

Address: 322 South Pier Road, NARRAGANSETT, RI 02882

Email Address: JUSTIN@OAKLEYHOMEACCESS.COM

Phone Number: (401)-743-5895

Homepage/Website: www.OakleyHomeAccess.com

Established: 2015

Target Population: Elder

No. of Persons Served/Year: 100000

No. of Paid Staff: 12

Services Provided:

  • Minor home modifications (e.g., grab bars, raised toilet seats, handheld showers, handrails, lever door handles)
  • Major home modifications (e.g., remodel bathrooms, adjust counter/cabinet heights, ramps, elevator/platform or chair lifts, widen doorways, roll-in showers)
  • Home assessments
  • Refers to providers (e.g., Home modification program, occupational/physical therapists, funding sources)
  • Raise consumer and/or professional awareness
  • Integrate home modification or repairs within existing home and community-based and/or long-term care programs

Funding Source(s):

  • City/County Housing and Community Development Department (e.g., Community Development Block Grants, HOME Block Grants)
  • State Block Grants (e.g., Social Services)
  • State Funded In-Home Service Program
  • Private Pay
  • Grant funds
  • Local State Insurance; Neighborhood Health Plan, United Healthcare, State Medicaid

Is your organization Non-Profit?: no

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