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Wakefield, Rhode Island Drug Rehab And Addiction Treatment Options

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Addiction Treatment In Wakefield, Rhode Island

If you live in Wakefield, you can locate medication-assisted treatment, outpatient treatment, and long-term residential programs within your community. Other treatment programs are available nearby in Washington County.

Locate programs for co-occurring disorders, evidence-based counseling and psychotherapy, and gender-based rehab programs elsewhere in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, or New England.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Physical dependence on alcohol and/or drugs leads to withdrawal when you stop using the substance. Withdrawal symptoms can lead to dehydration and other health risks.

Some medications are available that can help to relieve withdrawal symptoms and make the detox process more comfortable and less stressful. It’s important to receive medical supervision while undergoing detox to reduce health risk and improve your comfort during this time.

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Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient treatment provides a secure, substance-free environment. Residential rehab programs offer different models for recovery. Look for a program that offers evidence-based experiences and treatment, and also designs an individualized program to meet your needs.

Residential rehab programs start at 28 days and can extend to six months, up to a year or longer. They can offer treatment for co-occurring disorders, including anxiety and depression. They can also provide a community of healing and therapy where you can strengthen your recovery.

Outpatient Treatment

For people who have a sober living environment and support for sobriety at home, outpatient treatment can be effective. Outpatient treatment programs are more or less intensive, depending on how many times they meet each week, and how long meetings last.

The majority of outpatient programs last between 10 and 16 weeks. Outpatient programs that meet daily for at least half of each day are called partial hospitalization programs (PHPs).

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs blend evidence-based forms of therapy along with medications that can help to improve chances of recovery from opioid and alcohol use.

FDA-approved MAT medications include naltrexone, buprenorphine, and methadone. Antuse is a MAT medication that may benefit alcohol use disorders. MAT can be a part of residential or outpatient treatment.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

After you complete a residential or outpatient treatment program, you can continue your recovery with aftercare services. Alumni programs can help you to stay connected to people who share your experiences with rehab and sobriety.

Peer group support, including 12-step groups, can be a part of aftercare or alumni services.

Length of Addiction Treatment

Out of all treatment phases, detox programs lasting only a few days are too brief to show long-term results. You’ll find some program lengths that include:

  • 30-day programs
  • 60-day programs
  • 90-day programs
  • 120-day Programs

How To Pay For Treatment

If you need help to pay for your treatment for drugs or alcohol, your friends or family may be able to provide some assistance. You can consider crowdfunding programs to reach out for help to pay for the treatment you need.

Most drug and alcohol programs in Rhode Island accept private insurance plans. The state of Rhode Island Medicaid program provides some funding for drug and alcohol rehab, and Medicare also covers drug and alcohol treatment.

Substance Use Trends In Wakefield And Washington County, Rhode Island

Wakefield is located within the town of South Kingstown. Some facts collected from this area include:

  • From 2016 to 2018, a total of 42 people from South Kingstown were treated in local emergency rooms for opioid overdoses.
  • In 2018, 86 people in Washington County received emergency room services for opioid overdoses.
  • Almost 70 percent of the people who received treatment for drug overdoses in South Kingstown between 2016 and 2018 were under age 35.
  • Five people from South Kingstown died of opioid overdoses between 2016 and 2018.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River

Less than three hours north of Wakefield, Swift River’s serene and beautiful drug and alcohol rehab center is located on 500 acres of wooded land in Massachusetts. Our classic New England farmhouse-style facility offers many forms of evidence-based care and treatment.

Our location in the Berkshire Mountains allows the program to provide year-round outdoor activities and therapies to heal the mind and body. For more information on our campus, contact Vertava Health today.