Addiction Treatment In Greenville, Rhode Island
Greenville has medication-assisted treatment (MAT) located within town limits. Other types of treatment, including short- and long-term residential rehab, gender-specific treatment, and treatment for special needs, are available in neighboring New England states.
Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs
Treatment providers recommend medically supervised detox services because withdrawing from alcohol and/or drugs is uncomfortable, and can be potentially dangerous.
You can receive help to cope with painful and uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms with residential detox services. Some programs may also offer help with outpatient supervised detox.
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Inpatient Addiction Treatment
An inpatient or residential treatment program offers a structured program of daily activities in substance-free and supportive living environment.
Look for residential rehab programs that meet your individual health history and needs. Residential treatment offers evidence-based therapy, including CBT and DBT. Programs can also offer creative or physically challenging experiences that can help you build recovery skills.
People who are living in a sober and supportive home environment may also benefit from outpatient treatment programs.
Most outpatient programs last between 10 and 12 weeks but can extend to 16 weeks. The majority of outpatient programs offer evidence-based group and individual counseling. They also provide peer group support and access to sober living education.
Combining FDA-approved medications like buprenorphine and naltrexone with counseling, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a research-backed method for helping people to recover from opioid and alcohol use disorders.
Residential treatment programs can offer MAT as part of their program. Community-based outpatient programs can also offer MAT medications and therapy.
Aftercare And Alumni Services
Substance use disorders take a long time to develop. They impact your physical, emotional, and mental health. Ongoing treatment and care is an important part of lifelong health and recovery.
Aftercare services can include individual or group counseling. Alumni programs offer access to peer group support and help maintain connections with people who share your experiences and desire for long-term sobriety.
Length Of Addiction Treatment
Each person who is seeking recovery has unique needs for treatment. However, treatment programs do follow some common program lengths that include:
- 30-day programs
- 60-day programs
- 90-day programs
- 120-day programs
How To Pay For Treatment
Rhode Island has made a commitment to providing funding and access to opioid use disorder treatment because of the state’s history of opioid overdoses. A number of drug and alcohol residential treatment programs in Rhode Island also accept private insurance plans.
Rehab programs can also offer payment plans and discounts for private pay clients. Considering asking friends or family to help you to pay for treatment.
Substance Abuse Trends In Greenville And Providence County, Rhode Island
- Providence County’s 2017 rate of drug overdose death was the highest in Rhode Island, at over 48 people per 100,000.
- Rhode Island has a higher rate of alcohol or drug involved in car accidents than other New England states. The state also has the highest drug overdose rate in New England as of 2017.
- A total of 336 people died of unintentional drug overdoses in Rhode Island in 2016, and 324 people died of overdoses in 2017. By 2018, the total declined to 314.
- Nearly 1,000 Rhode Island residents died of drug overdoses between 2016 and 2018.
The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: Swift River
Swift River in Cummington, Massachusetts is about two hours and 15 minutes northwest of Greenville. Our New England farmhouse-style facility is in the historic and beautiful Berkshire Mountains. We offer holistic drug and alcohol treatment starting with detox services.
Our rehab’s 500-acre campus supports year-round wilderness and adventure therapy activities. To learn more about Swift River, contact us today.Article Sources
Rhode Island Department of Health - http://www.health.ri.gov/data/drugoverdoses/
Rhode Island Department of Health - http://www.rimed.org/rimedicaljournal/2018/02/2018-02-33-health-jiang.pdf
Rhode Island Department of Transportation - http://www.dot.ri.gov/documents/community/safety/Highway_Safety_Performance_Plan.pdf