Effective immediately, the Rhode Island Office of Veterans Services maintains the following:
• Thorough knowledge of individual and social factors contributing to personal problems that affect the Veteran, active duty, guard and reserve, and/or their families;
• Remains current on issues and trends impacting the work and mission of the agency;
• Forms strong and successful partnerships locally, regionally, and nationwide to address Veterans’ issues in Rhode Island.
These focuses are imperative to reduce homelessness amongst Veterans, Veterans living in poverty, Veteran unemployment rates, ensure Veterans receive proper medical care, continue quality customer service at the Rhode Island Veterans Home and Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery and ensure every Veteran has an opportunity to make it in Rhode Island.
Records relative to the planning and execution of the building of a monument and park in Portsmouth commemorating the 1st Rhode Island regiment and the Battle of Rhode Island. Includes plans, minutes, subject files, project history, photographs and clippings
The Rhode Island State Archives is responsible for preserving and maintaining access to the permanent, historical records of State government. The State Archives provides virtual access to its collections through prior staff-generated finding aids, descriptions, and digital copies of more than 10 million records dating back to 1638. Some records, finding aids, or descriptions may contain content that is harmful, offensive, or difficult to view. Learn More...