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.
Addiction Treatment Near Providence
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.
Rhode Island Rehab Treatment Types
One person’s road to recovery rarely looks identical to another’s. Only a qualified professional can help determine what types of addiction treatment may be right for you based on your specific needs. At AdCare, we are pleased to provide various levels of addiction treatment programs, including:
- Medical detox. Medical detox is a form of treatment that is designed to manage acute intoxication and subsequent withdrawal.4 Conducted in an inpatient setting, AdCare’s medical detox offers 24/7 supervision from our medical team to assist patients in achieving a period of withdrawal that is as comfortable and safe as possible.
- Inpatient treatment. During inpatient treatment, the patient will remain at the facility for the duration of their care. They will receive a variety of services, including around-the-clock care and access to several evidence-based therapies proven to help treat substance use disorders.
- Intensive outpatient program. An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is considered appropriate for those who do not require the intensity of an inpatient program, but who can benefit from more structure and stability that what outpatient programs can provide. Someone participating in an IOP will continue to live at home while visiting the facility several times per week for treatment.
- Outpatient treatment. Patients enrolled in our outpatient treatment program will visit the facility three to five times per week for individual therapy sessions, education group sessions, skills groups, and a variety of other therapies aimed at helping them develop and maintain long-term recovery.
Covering the Cost of Rehab
Just like any other healthcare service, attending rehab for substance use disorder often comes at a cost. Determining the cost of rehab and figuring out how to pay for it can be difficult. However, the ADC staff can help you determine how much treatment may cost and whether you’d be able to use insurance coverage for addiction treatment.
We’re here to help make determining how to cover the costs associated with care as streamlined and simple as possible. We’re proud to work with a variety of health insurance companies, including Humana Rhode Island and Cigna Rhode Island, and can check your benefits for you while you’re on the phone to see if your insurance is accepted at any of our facilities. Even if your insurance isn’t accepted at our facility, we’ll go over financing and alternative payment options that may be available to you.
Getting to AdCare RI From Providence
AdCare offers four separate addiction treatment facilities throughout the state of Rhode Island, all of which are less than 45 minutes from Providence (barring traffic). The following are driving directions from Providence to our facilities in Warwick, Greenville, South Kingstown, and North Kingstown.
Driving Directions to AdCare Rhode Island from Providence: Take I-95 South and continue straight for approximately 11.7 miles. Keep left at the fork to continue on to RI-4 South, following the signs for North Kingstown. Continue straight onto US-1 South for about 2.6 miles, and then make a U-turn. Continue for 1.5 miles and then turn right onto S Star Drive. Continue for 0.3 miles, and then turn left into the parking lot.
Driving Directions to AdCare Warwick from Providence: Take I-95 South towards Warwick and continue until exit 28C, where you will merge onto I-295 N toward RI-2. Take Exit 1B for RI-2 N toward Cranston. Keep right and follow signs for Warwick Mall, keeping left at the fork in the road. Then, take three consecutive left turns in quick succession to arrive at AdCare Outpatient Facility, Warwick, which will be on your left.
Driving Directions to AdCare Greenville from Providence: Take the US-6 W ramp on the left-hand side to RI-10 W/Hartford. Continue on US-6 W to Johnston and take Exit 10 from I-295 N for Rhode Island 5/Johnston toward Smithfield. After turning left onto RI-5 N, turn left onto Greenville Ave. Turn left onto Putnam Pike, and left onto Church Street. Then turn right, and take another slight right, and then turn left. The AdCare Greenville Outpatient Facility will be on the right.
Driving Directions to AdCare South Kingstown from Providence: Take I-95 South and continue straight for approximately 11.7 miles. Keep left at the fork to continue on to RI-4 South, following the signs for North Kingstown. Continue straight onto US-1 S for 5.9 miles, then take a slight right toward S County Commons Way. Turn right onto S County Commons Way, and the destination will be on the right.
Providence Substance Use Statistics
Alcohol Use & DUIs in Providence
In 2020, Rhode Island ranked as the 17th highest consumer of alcohol in the country, with Rhode Islanders drinking 2.71 gallons of alcohol per capita.6 From 2017 to 2019, 6.5% of the state’s population ages 12 and older reported past-year alcohol use disorder, which is greater than the national average of 5.3%.5
Additionally, rates of drunk driving in Rhode Island are higher than national rates.7 For example, approximately 45% of fatal crashes in Rhode Island involved alcohol-impaired driving – a stark difference from the national rate of 28%.7
Drug Use & Overdoses in Providence
In 2019, Rhode Island ranked 11th in America for fatal drug overdoses, with 308 residents losing their lives to drugs.8 By 2022, a total of 434 people died from a drug overdose, an increase in 126 individuals within three years.9 In June 2023, the Rhode Island Department of Health and the Rhode Island Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities & Hospitals issued a public health advisory for Providence after it exceeded the threshold for nonfatal emergency room visits for suspected opioid overdose.10