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Addiction Treatment In Lincoln, Rhode Island

Treatment varies by certain factors, including:

  • the program
  • your health
  • the type of substance you use
  • the length of time of your use

Effective treatment will create a custom plan for you. The best treatment programs also focus on multiple aspects of addiction.

They will focus on the way addiction is impacting your physical health, mental health, relationships and other areas of your life. Treatment can include therapy, medication, and other components for a well-rounded approach.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

When quitting an addictive substance, you can experience withdrawal symptoms. These are often difficult and sometimes dangerous.

Medically assisted detox programs provide medication and support to help with the withdrawal symptoms. This can make it easier to overcome the detox period and continue with recovery. You can choose from inpatient and outpatient detox programs to fit your situation.

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Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient treatment is a good type of rehab because it provides ongoing support and a sober environment day and night. You stay in a facility to put your entire focus on recovery. These programs are comprehensive with a variety of treatment methods under one roof.

They can include a combination of nutrition, fitness, individual therapy, group therapy and other approaches. You have the choice of short-term or long-term programs. Short-term programs often last one to three months, while long-term programs can last up to a year or more.

Outpatient Treatment

You have the choice of an outpatient program when choosing a rehab. This type can be helpful for people who have a lot of support or responsibilities at home.

It allows you to be home between sessions instead of staying at the facility. You can gain a similar level of support to an inpatient program if you choose an intensive outpatient program. Other outpatient programs vary in their offerings and how intensive their treatment is.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Another form of treatment is a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program. This is a specialty program often used to treat addictions to opioids or alcohol.

This form of treatment is based on providing both behavioral therapy and medication to manage and overcome addiction. It focuses on both the mental and physical aspects of addiction at once.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Treatment can be an ongoing process that includes many forms of support. Many treatment facilities offer alumni or aftercare programs to provide support after treatment is over.

If not, you can find separate programs in the community. You can gain ongoing support through programs like 12-step programs and peer groups.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

Longer treatment programs are often more helpful than shorter ones. But your needs can vary by factors like how long you’ve been using a substance. The length of stay varies, so it’s easy to find a program to fit your needs. These are common lengths of stay:

  • 30 days
  • 60 days
  • 90 days
  • 120 days
  • one year or more

How To Pay For Treatment

The cost of treatment doesn’t need to be a burden. Some people pay entirely out of pocket, but health insurance usually pays for some portion of treatment. Many people use a combination of insurance and out-of-pocket costs to pay for treatment.

If needed, you can look into other forms of support like:

  • Medicaid
  • payment plans with the facility
  • crowdsourcing
  • grants

Substance Use Trends In Lincoln, Rhode Island

Statistics can help you see some of the substance use problems in the area:

  • Lincoln had 24 opioid overdose-related emergency department visits in 2018.
  • Six Lincoln residents had a fatal accidental drug overdose from 2016 to 2018.
  • Lincoln had 48 opioid overdose-related EMS runs in 2017 and 51 in 2018.

Not all people who had opioid overdose ED visits in Lincoln died. From 2016 to 2018, 45 were discharged, seven were transferred to the ICU, less than five went to a detox program, 13 fell into an “other” category, and less than five died.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River

About two hours from Lincoln you’ll find Swift River in Cummington, MA. Our campus features more than 500 acres of natural areas for adventure and rejuvenation. Our treatment center includes evidence-based and other treatment methods, including:

  • cognitive behavioral therapy
  • dialectical behavioral therapy
  • EMDR
  • art therapy
  • outdoor recreation

Contact Vertava Health to get started with admissions at Swift River today.