Alcohol & Drug Rehab Center Near Providence

Just like many other cities and communities across the country, addiction is a concern in Providence and the greater Rhode Island area. In fact, drug overdoses in Rhode Island are the leading cause of accidental death, occurring more frequently than deaths related to fires, car accidents, and firearms combined.1

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction in Providence or the surrounding area, addiction treatment options are available nearby.

Rehab Near Providence

Addiction Treatment Near Providence

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, approximately 47 million Americans ages 12 and older experienced a substance use disorder in 2021.2 Overcoming a substance use disorder can be complex and isn’t as simple as just ceasing the active use of the substance.3 Establishing a strong foundation in recovery can require a variety of supports, ranging from medication and withdrawal services to participating in a number of different therapies.3  Those with substance use disorders in Providence and other parts of Rhode Island can obtain these and other services at one of AdCare’s many treatment locations.

AdCare Treatment Centers has provided high-quality addiction treatment for Rhode Islanders and other members of the New England area for more than 45 years. With four facilities in Rhode Island and another two in Massachusetts, AdCare Treatment Centers is rooted in inspiring wellness and long-term recovery for those struggling with substance use disorders and associated mental health conditions.
Are You Struggling With Addiction?

Addiction Self-Assessment

Take our substance abuse self-assessment quiz and take the first step towards recovery. Our quiz is quick and confidential.
Providence Addiction Statistics

Providence Substance Use Statistics

Substance use in Rhode Island is prevalent, with about 8.7% of the population aged 12 and older reporting past-year substance use disorder from 2017 to 2019.5 These numbers are similar to the regional average, but it’s important to remember that the state of Rhode Island is small in comparison to the other states in the New England region. Nonetheless, substance use disorder can affect anyone and does not discriminate based on location.
Our Stats
Learn More
Years Treating Patients
Inpatient Facilities
Outpatient Programs
Physicians & RNs