Rhode Island is the smallest U.S. state but offers high-quality care for substance abuse and dual diagnosis (co-occurring disorders). Find out more about the state’s treatment offerings below.
Rhode Island has 48 rehab programs. Many are located around Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket.1
In 2017, the state had 41 outpatient programs, 11 residential programs, and 4 hospital inpatient programs.1
AAC has 5 locations in Rhode Island. We operate facilities in:
We offer several levels of care in the state, including medical detox, acute crisis stabilization, residential programs, intensive outpatient, and standard outpatient. For more information on our programs in Rhode Island, call 888-966-8152 .Get addresses for our Rhode Island programs.
The most common addictions in Rhode Island were alcohol, heroin, opiates, marijuana, and cocaine.
In 2015, 11,152 people received treatment in Rhode Island. The 5 most common addictions people were in treatment for were:2
Rehab centers in Rhode Island can also treat addictions to methamphetamine, prescription painkillers, sedatives, and many others.
More than 60% of programs in Rhode Island treat people who have co-occurring disorders, which is when someone suffers from both a mental health and substance use disorder at the same time. Eighteen facilities offered opioid treatment programs, which include the use of medication-assisted treatment.1
AAC in Rhode Island can treat a variety of addictions as well as people with co-occurring disorders. Our facilities offer medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol addictions and can prescribe psychiatric medications. We can also treat patients with medical complications such as diabetes, hypertension, and seizures.
Most rehabs in Rhode Island accept private insurance (90%). As far as other forms of insurance, 87% accept Medicaid, 42% accept Medicare, and 46% accept federal military insurance. Almost 94% offer self-payment and 33% offer a sliding scale rate.1
Insurance plans differ in how they cover addiction treatment. Some only cover detox or outpatient services, while others only cover certain lengths of time in treatment, such as 30 days.
AAC accepts private insurance and can work with you on other forms of payment.
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Our Rhode Island programs tailor treatment to the individual patient. We use a number of therapies to help people work through their addictions, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and motivational interviewing (MI). Group therapy sessions include psychoeducation, wellness, the 12 steps, grief and loss, coping skills and triggers, mindfulness, and relapse prevention.
In addition to medical detox, we also have an AcuDetox option that uses acupuncture to relieve withdrawal symptoms during detox.
People who complete 90 days of treatment with us are eligible for our 90-day brand promise, which entitles you to a complimentary 30 days of treatment if you relapse.Learn more about the brand promise.
Rhode Island is known for its beaches and colonial towns. Summers tend to be humid and winters quite cold, with highs remaining below 50 degrees from December through March.
Whether you’re traveling to Rhode Island for rehab or coming from in-state, consider packing the following for treatment (depending on the time of year):
You may also want to bring:
Confirm with your program that the following items are OK to bring: electronic devices, nail clippers, razors, and cigarettes. Our Rhode Island programs allow the use of electronic devices during free time and provide free Wi-Fi to patients and guests.
Some other issues you may want to handle before you leave home include:
If you’d like to get help for an addiction in Rhode Island, contact one of our admissions navigators at 888-966-8152 .
. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 2017 State Profile—United States and Other Jurisdictions: National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS).
. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS): 2005-2015.