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AdCare Rhode Island is a 59-bed inpatient alcohol and drug treatment center with a mission of providing transformational recovery experiences to individuals struggling with substance dependence.

The state-of-the-art facility is nestled on 30-acres of peaceful New England woodland in historic North Kingstown. The campus is located close to pristine beaches and recreational areas for outdoor, therapeutic opportunities. The building is outfitted with semi-private rooms with private baths, fitness center, basketball courts, and many other amenities.

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Our clinical team is devoted to helping individuals use cognitive therapies to promote healthy decision-making and develop solid coping strategies related to substance use. AdCare Rhode Island offers a variety of inpatient treatment options, including:

Inpatient Detoxification

Detox is a crucial aspect of the inpatient program, as it addresses the body’s physical/chemical dependence on a substance. Going through detox allows individuals to rid their body of toxins, and to focus on the emotional and psychological elements of healing.AdCare Rhode Island provides medically-monitored withdrawal management services for a range of addictive substances. The focus is on monitoring withdrawal symptoms and medicating as appropriate to insure a safe withdrawal. Additionally, the clinical program introduces the disease concept of addiction and the principles of a healthy recovery.

Enhanced Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

In addition to standard opioid and alcohol detox protocols, AdCare Rhode Island has established a unique set of enhanced MAT protocols for patients suffering with opioid use disorder (OUD). During inpatient treatment, individuals are provided with information and can initiate on MAT protocols that include Suboxone maintenance therapy, naltrexone/Vivitrol treatment, and methadone maintenance treatment. Patients who are currently on methadone maintenance and doing well in recovery also have the opportunity to rapidly detox from high doses of methadone and transition to either Suboxone or Vivitrol over a four-week period.

Crisis Stabilization Unit

This program provides dual diagnosis services for individuals with co-occurring substance dependency and psychiatric symptoms. This can be an effective alternative to inpatient psychiatric care for individuals whose symptoms are/can be stabilized with psychiatric medications. An initial psychiatric evaluation will determine the best medication regime to stabilize symptoms. Individual counseling, intensive psycho-education group work, and expressive therapies are utilized to address issues related to substance use, as well as psychiatric disorders.

Acute Residential Programs

“I am very satisfied with the help I received and I would not change a thing.”

Rehabilitation and the Acute Residential programs provide the structure and treatment needed to support a healthy and ongoing recovery. The program offers a full range of clinical services to stabilize health and engage individuals in treatment and aftercare, including:

  • Individual counseling
  • Expressive therapy
  • Psycho-education groups
  • Access to individual and family aftercare resources

ASAM Level III.5

What to Bring & What NOT to Bring

You will be sharing a room, a bathroom, and storage space with others who are trying to recover. Avoid creating temptation for others and placing yourself at risk by bringing expensive and hard to replace personal items into treatment. ALL your belongings will be searched on admission – going through an excessive amount of belongings slows your admission process and that of others. Keep It Simple.

  • Photo Identification Card and Insurance card(s)
  • (1) carry-on size overnight or duffel bag of personal belongings only
  • (3-4) changes of casual, non-revealing clothes – jeans, sweat clothes, etc. Bring layers.
  • (1) sweater or sweatshirt for layering in areas where air conditioning may be an issue
  • (1-2) Pairs of Pajamas, Robe, Slippers, Socks
  • (1) Pair of Shower Shoes/Flip Flops
  • Prescription Medication in the original prescription bottles/packages, with patient’s name on it
  • Alcohol-free make-up
  • Alcohol-free toiletries ONLY (No Perfumes, Colognes – these contain alcohol)
  • Toothbrush, Hairbrush, Comb, etc.
  • Hair Dryers, Curling Irons – must be safety-tested by Maintenance prior to use
  • Unopened carton or Packets of cigarettes
  • Suggestive clothing or clothing with pro-drug/alcohol messages or images
  • Tank Tops, short-shorts for Men AND Women
  • Sharp objects, nail clippers, etc.
  • Shaving equipment
  • Baby Powder
  • Cell PhonesNote: Cell phones are locked up upon admission
  • Computers, iPads or Tablets
  • iPods, MP 3 Players or Radios
  • Jewelry or Watches that you are NOT 100% prepared to loseNote: Only a limited number of valuables can be locked up upon admission
  • Blankets, Pillows or Stuffed Animals
  • Hair Dryer/Curling Iron

Meet the Team

For more than forty years, AdCare’s substance abuse treatment centers have been providing patients and their loved ones with life-changing alcohol and drug addiction services. Get help today.