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Addiction Treatment In Narragansett, RI

For residents of Narragansett, the best addiction treatment program is the one that properly fits your individual needs. This means what works best for one person may not be what works best for the next.

In Narragansett and the surrounding areas, you’ll find a mix of inpatient and outpatient options. Within those programs, specialized options may include gender-specific treatment, holistic treatment, and experiential therapy options.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Withdrawing from drugs or alcohol takes its toll on the body and mind, causing intense physical and psychological symptoms. Professional detox programs provide a safe place and medical supervision to get through this process.

These programs typically last just a few days or weeks and are an important first step on the addiction treatment journey.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Narragansett residents often choose inpatient addiction treatment as their first type of treatment. Inpatient programs allow you to live on-site, so you have 24-hour supervision and support. Their highly structured schedules have room for multiple therapy types.

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On any given day in residential treatment, you may take part in peer support groups and have an individual counseling session. Then, you will have time to take part in art therapy or nature therapy. Somewhere during the day, you’ll also attend evidence-based therapy sessions.

Outpatient Treatment

If your schedule does not permit you to check into a residential therapy program, the freedom of outpatient therapy may be a better fit.

In an outpatient therapy setting, you’ll live at home and travel to your addiction treatment center for sessions on a regular basis. Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are a type of outpatient program that meets more frequently, at least nine hours per week.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

For Narragansett residents battling addiction to alcohol or opioids, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is worth considering.

MAT programs combine behavioral therapy and counseling with FDA-approved medications for addiction disorders. These medications either temper the cravings during withdrawal or block the euphoric effects of the substances, ultimately making treatment more effective.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Aftercare programs are designed to provide additional support for those who have successfully completed treatment and are headed into their sober lifestyles.

Even after treatment, you’ll find that the temptation to relapse is strong. Through these types of alumni services you can commit to sticking with the sober living skills you learned in therapy.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

Addiction treatment programs vary in length based on the philosophy of the treatment center. They also sometimes vary from one client to the next based on individual treatment plans.

Some common lengths include:

  • 30 days or less
  • 60 to 90 days
  • 120 days
  • one year or longer

How To Pay For Treatment

The cost of addiction treatment can be prohibitive to some people, but health insurance coverage can help. All health insurance plans have behavioral health coverage, and this includes addiction treatment.

You can use your health insurance to pay for:

  • inpatient treatment
  • outpatient treatment
  • detox
  • medication-assisted therapy
  • holistic treatment

Substance Use Trends In Narragansett And Washington County, Rhode Island

Narragansett has not seen many addiction-related deaths in recent years, but the area continues to see ER visits for overdoses.

Some statistics surrounding drug use in Narragansett and Washington County include:

  • In 2017, Narragansett had five residents who died due to drug overdose.
  • That year, the county recorded 25 drug-related overdose deaths.
  • In 2017, there 10 ER visits related to opioid overdose.
  • In 2018, Narragansett reported five ER visits due to opioid overdose, compared to 86 in the county.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River

Located approximately 145 miles from Narragansett, Swift River in Cummington, Massachusetts is a residential treatment center offering comfortable accommodations and evidence-based practices and therapy methods.

Our center provides medication-assisted treatment and experiential and nature-based therapies. Caring staff create individual treatment plans to give each resident the best possible outcome.

To learn more, contact Vertava Health today.