Alcohol & Drug Rehab Center Near Cranston
Known for the famous St. Mary’s Feast Celebration, the city of Cranston is a suburb of Providence that is home to 82,500 people.1 Like many cities in the U.S. Cranston has felt the effects of drug and alcohol addiction. In 2022, there were 15 opioid-related overdose fatalities in Cranston in the first half of the year. In addition, there were 152 overdose-related EMS runs in Cranston in the first half of 2022.2
There are a number of resources available to help people who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction in Cranston. At AdCare’s Rhode Island inpatient addiction treatment center our team of addiction specialists help provide transformational recovery to individuals struggling with substance dependence. Our campus is conveniently close to both the airport, downtown Providence, and Rhode Island’s pristine beaches.
Addiction Treatment Near Cranston
AdCare offers a Rhode Island inpatient addiction program and various other evidence-based treatment services in North Kingstown. Its addiction specialists focus on providing the most effective drug and alcohol addiction care, including medical detox, telehealth addiction treatment, co-occurring disorder treatment, addiction-focused healthcare, and therapy. AdCare also offers outpatient services in Rhode Island through its Warwick, Greenville, and South Kingstown locations.
Types of Addiction Treatment in Rhode Island
Addiction treatment looks different for everyone, and what benefits some might not work for others.3 That’s why many addiction treatment programs are available at AdCare to meet your unique needs. Different factors, like the severity of your addiction and where you are in your recovery journey, play a role in choosing the best level of care for your situation.3 There are several levels of addiction treatment at AdCare Rhode Island, including:
- Medical detox
- Inpatient addiction treatment Rhode Island
- New England outpatient rehab
- Intensive outpatient programs in Rhode Island
- Telehealth addiction treatment
- Specialized programs (aiming to help Veterans, for example, or members of the LGBTQ+ community)
Insurance and Paying for Rehab
One of the top concerns for people considering drug or alcohol rehab near Cranston is how to pay for it. They may wonder if they can use their insurance coverage for rehab or if the facility will only accept private pay. Fortunately, most insurance plans will cover some or all of your treatment,4 and AdCare accepts most major insurance policies, including Cigna Rhode Island and Humana Rhode Island.
If you’re underinsured or do not have insurance there other ways to pay for treatment. When you call us at our admissions navigators can discuss our flexible payment options.
Getting to AdCare from Cranston
Getting to AdCare in North Kingstown from Cranston is relatively simple by car or bus.
It’s about a 30-minute ride if you choose to drive. Head toward RI-10 S, taking a right off of Reservoir Ave after you pass Aaron’s Furniture. Follow I-95 S and RI-4 S to US-1 S in North Kingstown for about 20 miles. Once you reach the fork, keep left toward North Kingstown. Continue straight onto US-1 S for about 4 miles and make a U-turn after you pass Chestwick Rd. Start back up US-1 until you see S Star Dr., a little past the Burlingame Cemetery. Turn right and continue until you reach AdCare Rhode Island on your left.
If you take the bus, your journey will take about an hour and a half to 2 hours. You’ll want to take the 22 bus at Pontiac after Park. Change busses at Turks Head after 24 stops and ride for 10 stops until you get to 2299 Tower Hill. Then walk north on US-1 S until you see Ocean Crest Farm. Cross the street and continue walking past Burlingame Cemetery until you reach S Star Dr. Turn right and continue down the road until you see AdCare on your left.
Cranston Substance Use Statistics
Alcohol Misuse & DUIs in Cranston
Alcohol use disorder (AUD) was the most prevalent of addictions, with 6.5% (or 59,000) of Rhode Islanders reporting alcohol addiction between 2017 and 2019.5 Providence County also had a high level of alcohol-related motor vehicle deaths at 37%. Although lower than Rhode Island’s state average of 40%, Providence County’s motor vehicle-related death rate was 10% more than the national average in 2020.6 In Providence County, 18% of adults also reported binge or heavy drinking.6
Drug Misuse & Overdoses in Cranston
Like many places in the U.S., drug misuse and overdoses have touched communities across Rhode Island. From 2009 to 2021, over 65% of overdose deaths in Rhode Island were due to illicit drugs like heroin and fentanyl.7 Every town has seen at least 1 overdose death.7 During 2017–2019, 3.1% (or 29,000) of Rhode Island residents reported past-year illicit drug use disorder.5 In the first half of 2022, 15 Cranston residents died of fatal drug overdoses.2
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