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Addiction Treatment In Tiverton, Rhode Island

Tiverton has outpatient drug and alcohol treatment along with medication-assisted treatment (MAT) nearby in Portsmouth. You can find additional outpatient treatment, evidence-based counseling, and short-term or long-term residential treatment in other areas of Newport County.

You can also locate gender-specific treatment and other individualized drug and alcohol treatment elsewhere in Rhode Island or in other New England states like Massachusetts.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Many people are aware of the dangers of withdrawal from alcohol after long-term use, but withdrawing from any substance that has been misused can be painful, uncomfortable, and potentially risky.

Medications can help to ease withdrawal symptoms, and medical supervision can help you to be as safe and comfortable as possible while you detox from alcohol and/or drugs. Detox programs can be offered in a residential or community-based setting.

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Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Staying in an environment that is completely drug- and alcohol-free can help you build a strong recovery from drugs and alcohol. Residential or inpatient treatment offers counseling, peer support, and many other types of supports, including sober-living experiences.

Inpatient treatment provides a therapeutic community and a healing environment. Inpatient/residential rehab should provide evidence-based forms of therapy and nutritional and social support. Look for rehab programs that fit your individual needs and offer holistic care.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient programs offer community-based treatment, including group and individual counseling. They can also incorporate peer group support and sober living activities and education.

Outpatient treatment can be a good choice for people who have at-home support for sobriety, and who are able to continue working while attending treatment.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

You may have heard about medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorders. MAT uses FDA-approved medications which help give people with opioid or alcohol use disorders the opportunity to heal as they receive treatment.

MAT can be a part of inpatient or outpatient programs. Some MAT programs can last six months to a year, and even longer.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

You can continue to strengthen your recovery by participating in aftercare and alumni services. As you develop sober living skills, you’ll gain more knowledge of the types of programs that are the best fit for you and your ongoing mental, physical, and emotional healing process.

You can access group and individual therapy or peer group support as part of an alumni and aftercare program.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

In general, the longer people are able to obtain treatment, the greater their chances of long-term recovery. Within an individualized framework, treatment programs do fall into some common lengths, which include:

  • 30 day treatment
  • 60 day treatment
  • 90 day treatment
  • 120 day treatment

How To Pay For Treatment

The majority of drug and alcohol programs in Rhode Island accept major private medical insurance plans. Rhode Island Medicaid will cover the majority of substance use disorder treatment.

If you need help to pay for treatment, your family and friends may be able to help. Crowdfunding platforms provide the opportunity to raise funds. You may also be able to locate programs that offer discounts or payment plans for people paying privately.

Substance Use Trends In Tiverton And Newport County, Rhode Island

  • Seven people were admitted to emergency rooms for opioid overdoses in Tiverton between 2016 and 2018.
  • In 2018, 24 people in Newport County were admitted to the ER for drug overdose treatment.
  • 68 people in Newport County were treated with the opioid overdose reversal drug Naloxone (Narcan) between 2016 and 2018.
  • 25 people from Tiverton received Narcan from emergency medical services or law enforcement officers in 2018.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River

Swift River is a holistic and caring drug and alcohol rehab center located in Massachusetts’ Berkshire Mountains. It is about two-and-a-half hours northwest of Tiverton. Swift River offers individualized treatment plans that start with detox services and extend to aftercare programs.

We also offer year-round outdoor therapy and adventure programs on our 500-acre wooded campus. If you’re ready to access treatment, contact Vertava Health today.