The professional lives of first responders and military servicemembers are unique. The act of doing the job may result in violence, injury, trauma, or grief. In sacrificing so much to help others, our nation’s heroes are too often left with few resources to help themselves. That’s why we’re here to provide quality addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment for veterans and first responders.
- Emergency medical services providers.
- Emergency dispatchers.
- Police officers.
- Correctional and probation officers.
- Co-occurring disorder treatment.
- Trauma groups.
- Behavioral therapy.
- Trauma-based therapies.
- 12-Step groups.
- Pain management.
- Coping skills.
- Relapse prevention strategies.
- Emotional regulation strategies.
- Nutrition guidance.
- Recreational and alternative therapies.
- Aftercare planning.
What AdCare Rhode Island Offers
Your recovery awaits you at AdCare Rhode Island.
You'll be able to participate in therapies to address the negative thought processes and maladaptive coping skills that perpetuate your drug or alcohol use.
Medications to Support Recovery
AdCare medication-assisted treatment, which means medications used in combination with therapy, to support long-term recovery.
Trauma is an unfortunate part of the lives of veterans and first responders. Our program helps you delve into and learn ways to handle past traumas that don't involve alcohol or drugs.
Topics You Care About
In our veterans program, we'll cover topics relevant to you that include handling grief and loss; creating a healthy work/life balance; and finding healthy ways to handle stress and traumatic memories.
How to utilize Veteran & Active Military Benefits for Rehab
Although you may have some out-of-pocket deductibles or co-pays costs, you can count on VA healthcare to handle a portion of the costs. You can also stack insurance benefits if you have other coverage through private health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or TRICARE. Learn more
Treatment at AdCare
- All Locations
- Inpatient Rehab
- Outpatient Rehab
- Admissions & What to Expect