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Woonsocket, Rhode Island Drug Rehab And Addiction Treatment Options

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Addiction Treatment In Woonsocket, Rhode Island

The complexity of addiction means searching for treatment that’s the right fit for your needs. This is not a one-size-fits-all process, and different treatment centers have different philosophies and therapy types.

In the Woonsocket area, you can find inpatient treatment, outpatient therapy, holistic treatment, experience-based treatment, and evidence-based practices all within a short drive.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

When you decide to stop using drugs or alcohol, your body enters a process known as withdrawal. Professional, medically assisted detox programs are the safest way to get through this process.

In a detox program, you have supervision and medical help while dealing with the intense cravings and physical symptoms of withdrawal, so you can avoid early relapse.

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Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Once you complete detox, the next step is often an inpatient addiction treatment center. Here, you’ll live at the rehab facility while participating in several treatment types, including evidence-based therapy, counseling, group therapy, and experiential therapies like art therapy.

Because you live at the treatment center, you can’t fall back into the old habits of home that make relapse likely. You’ll receive constant supervision from a variety of healthcare professionals, as well as receive support from other peers in recovery.

Outpatient Treatment

If you cannot commit the time to go to an inpatient treatment center, consider an outpatient therapy option. These rehab centers allow you to continue living at home, but require you to travel to the treatment center regularly for therapy.

You may opt for a traditional outpatient treatment or intensive outpatient, which meets nine or more hours a week, depending on your needs.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Many treatment centers employ medication-assisted treatment (MAT). MAT combines FDA-approved prescription medications with counseling and behavioral therapy to help people heal from alcohol or opioid addiction.

The medications work by reducing your cravings, lessening the withdrawal symptoms, or causing uncomfortable side effects when you use the substance.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

When you re-enter your normal life after rehab, you’ll need support to help you stick with your sober living skills. Aftercare or alumni services give you ongoing support as a graduate of an addiction treatment program.

Addiction treatment programs with aftercare services will connect you with peer support groups, community resources, or 12-step group meetings to help you avoid temptations and triggers.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

The length of time you spend in addiction treatment has a direct impact on its effectiveness. Look for a program that lasts at least 90 days. Some common treatment lengths available in the greater Woonsocket area include:

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

How To Pay For Treatment

Use your health insurance’s behavioral health coverage to cover the cost of addiction treatment, if you have access to a private health insurance plan. If you’re not insured or find your out-of-pocket expenses to be too high, consider alternatives like:

  • Fundraising
  • payment plans via the facility
  • crowdsourcing
  • loans and credit cards
  • Medicaid and other government programs
  • grants and scholarships

Substance Use Trends In Woonsocket And Providence County, Rhode Island

Woonsocket has seen a growing number of addiction-related ER visits and overdose deaths in recent years, as has much of Providence County. Here are some of the concerning statistics:

  • In 2017, Woonsocket reported 108 total opioid overdose ER visits.
  • That number grew to 128 in 2018.
  • In 2018, 14 residents of Woonsocket died due to drug overdose.
  • In 2018, Providence County had 189 drug-related overdose deaths and 1,028 ER visits for opioid overdose.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River

Swift River sits two hours away from Woonsocket. Our residential addiction treatment center provides a holistic approach to treatment that combines evidence-based therapy with counseling and experiential therapy.

We capitalize on our tranquil location in the Berkshire Mountains along the flowing Swift River, providing you with a calm and quiet place to focus on your healing. Contact us to learn more.