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Rhode Island Alcohol Rehab Centers

Looking for a top rated rehabilitation facility in Rhode Island for yourself or someone you love? Alcohol.org contains a wealth of knowledge about executive centers and can help you find the program that’s right for you. Our substance abuse recovery programs can help anyone get away from drugs, regardless of whether the addiction is to Laudanum, Methamphetamine, alcohol or any other illegal or prescription drug.

Adcare Outpatient Facility
Adcare Outpatient Facility
49 South County Commons Way, Unit F6 South Kingstown, RI 02879
2.9
(12)
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Adult & Teen Challenge Rhode Island
572 Elmwood Avenue Providence, RI 02907
4.7
(3)
Gateway's Eastman House
166 Pawtucket Avenue Pawtucket, RI 02860
3.8
(3)
Phoenix House - Exeter
251 Main Street Exeter, RI 02822
3.7
(4)
Butler Hospital
345 Blackstone Boulevard Providence, RI 02906
3.7
(38)
Phoenix House - Exeter
251 Main Street Exeter, RI 02822
3.0
(2)
Caritas Arts Program
70 East Street Cranston, RI 02920
2.8
(6)
The Providence Center - Women'S Roads To Recovery
15 Baker Pines Rd. Wyoming, RI 02898
1.2
(5)
Phoenix House Youth Shelter
2076 Wallum Lake Road Pascoag, RI 02859
Woonsocket Comprehensive Treatment Center
1625 Diamond Hill Road Suite 102 Woonsocket, RI 02895
4.0
(1)
Roger Williams Medical Center
825 Chalkstone Avenue Providence, RI 02908
3.6
(4)
Medical Assisted Recovery Inc
875 Centerville Road Warwick, RI 02886
Galilee Mission Iop
23 Arnold Street Wakefield, RI 02879
Providence Va Medical Center
830 Chalkstone Avenue Providence, RI 02908
The Providence Center Adult Intensive Outpatient Services
530 North Main Street Providence, RI 02904
The Providence Center
530 North Main Street Providence, RI 02904
Journey to Hope Health and Healing
160 Narragansett Avenue Providence, RI 02907
Providence Comprehensive Treatment Center
66 Pavilion Avenue Providence, RI 02905
Butler Hospital Care New England Behavioral Health
345 Blackstone Boulevard Providence, RI 02906
CODAC Pawtucket Avenue
600 Pawtucket Avenue Pawtucket, RI 02860
Tri County Community Action Agency
33 Maple Avenue North Providence, RI 02911
The Journey To Hope, Health & Healing
26 Valley Road Middletown, RI 02842
Child & Family
31 John Clarke Road Middletown, RI 02842
Providence Center Roads to Recovery Program/Mens
111 Howard Avenue Cranston, RI 02920
NRI Community Services, Inc
55 John Cummings Way Woonsocket, RI 02895
Kent Center
50 Health Lane Warwick, RI 02888
Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.
45 Sockanosset Cross Road, Unit 4 Cranston, RI 02920
Addiction Recovery Institute (ARI)
31 North Union Street Pawtucket, RI 02860
SSTAR of Rhode Island Inc SSTAR BIRTH
80 East Street Cranston, RI 02920
Ctr
82 Pond St Pawtucket, RI 02860
CODAC Behavioral Healthcare East Bay
850 Waterman Avenue East Providence, RI 02914
Codac Behavioral Healthcare
1052 Park Avenue Cranston, RI 02920
SSTAR of Rhode Island Inc Residential Alcohol/Drug Detox
1950 Tower Hill Road North Kingstown, RI 02854
Bridgemark Addiction Recovery Services
2020 Elmwood Avenue Warwick, RI 02888
Codac Behavioral Healthcare
349 Huntington Avenue Providence, RI 02912
Newport County Community Mental Health Center Inc
127 Johnny Cake Hill Road Middletown, RI 02842
Kent House Inc
2020 Elmwood Avenue Warwick, RI 02888
MAP Alc and Drug Rehab Services Inc
66 Burnett Street Providence, RI 02912
Newport Cty Community Mental Health Centers
65 Valley Road Middletown, RI 02842
Addiction Recovery Institute South
205 Hallene Road Suite 102 Warwick, RI 02888
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Insurance Coverage for Alcoholism Treatment in Rhode Island

39
Accept Private Insurance
16
Accept Medicare Insurance
37
Accept Medicaid
16
Accept Military Insurance

Alcohol Treatment Center Options in Rhode Island

41
Total Rehab centers in Rhode Island
12
Offer Inpatient Rehab
34
Offer Outpatient Rehab
4
Offer Outpatient Detox Rehab

Information about rehab in Rhode Island

Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Rhode Island

Gateway's Eastman House

I entered Eastman house March 3rd 2011 completed the program June 3rd 2011 I am still clean and sober as of this date I found this treatment center to give me the foundation of safety education on substance abuse one on one counseling transportation to and from daily Na and AA meetings I found staff to be fully educated in the substance abuse area and fully cooperative for mine needs not only for my inpatient residence but for my aftercare therapy in which they offered they also provided Ways and Means for insurance snap insurance and things that I would need to step out back into the world I give this program a five star for the simple fact that I am still clean and sober and Eastman house Pawtucket Avenue is where I started my new life

- Jen
5 out of 5
Pawtucket, RI

Roger Williams Medical Center

Its in a hospital so you are very well taken care of Its only 2 weeks long It was a great decision to go there,all the staff are trained for addiction issues and if by any chance something went wrong with your health u are right in the hospital

- Mary
5 out of 5
Providence, RI

CODAC Behavioral Healthcare II South County

Codac South county took my boyfriend\'s take homes priveledges away during corona virus pandemic, after being clean and compliant for 8 years straight because either a nurse confused him as another patient and said he ripped a paper off the wall and threw it at her or the nurses are liars. I was in the clinic because we drive together on the day they are saying he did it, so they are either lying to destroy his livelihood and make him relapse or they have him confused with someone else. They also tried to take my take homes away because I said I hate this fucking place, and the reason i said I fuckin hate this place is because I made sure to update my phone # with them when corona virus started because we were going from biweekly take homes to monthly and my appointments would now be through counseling. A month went by my counselor didn\'t call me but my Bfs counselor had called him, when I went in the front desk lady didn\'t say anything about them not being able to reach me. Next month both of us get no call from our counselor when we go in they tell me that I missed all these phone calls for 2 months, so I told them it\'s not possible because I received no voicemail, come to find out they recorded my number incorrectly. I have them update my # again. They tell me no big deal and it was their bad for not updating my # and to just make sure to return phone calls from my counselor from this point on. The next week im out i come home to a voicemail from my supervisor threatening that ill lose my take homes if I dont call her back. I call her back and ask her why shes threatening my livelihood when this is the 1st vm she left me at voicemail. 1pm on a Friday at that and i didnt get home till 1:50 which is 10 minutes b4 codac closes for the weekend so im litterally having an anxiety attack thinking shes gonna take away my take homes if i dont get threw to her on the phone fast enough. So yeah i said that i hate the fucking clinic i dont think that gives them a valid reason to try and take my take homes away with no reason. I\'m sorry but if I have clean urines for 8 years, i work full time, and im not violent towards any1 in clinic, also i live 30 minutes from clinic and i cant afford to drive there daily and they know that which shows how much they care if I relapse. There is no reason why this clinic should be trying to revoke my take homes, this clinic has been nothing but hell for me to go to for years I\'ve had to be talked down to or have my livelihood held over me like I\'m walking on eggshells. I hope the director is fired for these decisions and I won\'t stop till I get justice. They\'ve agreed to give my take homes back because they didn\'t have a valid reason to take them but they won\'t even listen to us when we tell them my bf did not do what they said, my bf has been in trouble at clinic once in past for getting angry and yelling but he owned up to it because he actually did it he didn\'t do anything to warrant this and it\'s crazy. They won\'t tell us when he can get his take homes back or what he needs to do to get them back. The only paper he has ever presented to the dosing nurse was one he was handed by the nurse Michelle and put down on the dosing counter in front of the dosing nurse to ask if we would be required to wear masks and that he shouldn\'t have to wear a mask for entrance, the nurse replied idk Paul ask Michelle and he said I know I\'m just saying, so if this is what they are referring to that\'s not ripping a paper of a wall and throwing it at someone. We have been going to Codac since Apr 2011 if my bf was going around throwing stuff he would have never lasted this long or maintained his take home status. I almost feel like they\'re reaching for an excuse to get us out of the clinic because my bf and myself let them know when we are displeased with them. Regardless of what happens to me and my bf I want to out them for treating patients this way. This is long but I tried to include all recent events.

- Heather
5 out of 5
Wakefield, RI
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If you’re looking for addiction treatment in Rhode Island, here are some of the more frequently asked questions about rehab within the state:

Where Can I Find Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Rhode Island?

rhode island addiction treatment facilities

If you or your loved one is struggling with alcoholism, you may wonder where to turn for help. Luckily, if you are seeking help within Rhode Island, there 48 facilities available statewide that treat substance addictions of any kind and 33 specifically designated for alcohol addiction only.1

Of those, 41 are outpatient facilities, 11 are residential (non-hospital), and 4 are inpatient treatment centers.1* Most of these are located in Providence, Rhode Island’s capital and largest city, but others are spread out across the small state.

A part of the American Addiction Centers (AAC) portfolio of treatment facilities across the U.S., AdCare offers substance abuse treatment in 10 locations across Rhode Island. AdCare provides various levels of care including medical detox, acute crisis stabilization, residential program, intensive outpatient program (IOP), and general outpatient. AdCare offers a variety of specialized courses ranging from trauma-specific tracks to LGBTQI group to AcuDetox. Whether you’re looking for a calming campus in North Kingstown or are a New England local looking for an outpatient center on your way to work, AdCare’s got you covered.

AdCare remains open and committed to serving the millions of individuals struggling with addiction, while enforcing safety and prevention as a top priority in regard to COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus). Amidst the global health crisis, AdCare is strictly following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization’s recommendations and taking as many proactive actions as possible to protect our current and future patients and staff.

Call our hotline any time at . to have your questions about addiction treatment answered. We understand that those struggling with substance use disorders are at high risk of both COVID-19 and the dangerous effects of substance use. More than ever, we are equipped and proud to serve our patients.

To find other programs in the state, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers a full list of Rhode Island rehabilitation facilities, which can be found here.

Where Can I Find Medical Detox Centers?

In Rhode Island, there are 15 outpatient detox centers, 2 residential detox centers, and 4 hospital detox centers. Detox is the process of getting substances out of your body and helping you manage acute withdrawal symptoms from alcohol.2 These types of programs provide individuals with onsite physicians and 24-hour care to help gain management over alcohol withdrawal symptoms.2 However, medical detox is not a substitute for addiction treatment itself.

Depending on the magnitude of physical dependence, alcohol withdrawal syndrome may range from mild to physically dangerous. Symptoms may include irritability, anxiety, agitation, high blood pressure, increased heart rate, seizures and in rarer cases, delirium tremens.Alcohol withdrawal may be dangerous when done on your own; because of this, a supervised, medical detox center can help avoid unnecessary discomfort or life-threatening withdrawal complications.

To find local detox facilities in Rhode Island, search SAMHSA’s directory which can be found here.

Does My Insurance Cover Treatment in Rhode Island?

Unfortunately, rehab for alcohol addiction treatment can be costly. Depending on the type of care you seek, and the treatment options you require, costs can increase exponentially. Many insurance plans provide coverage for addiction treatment, and if you are planning to use your out-of-state insurance provider in Texas, it is important to know if it will be is accepted and what it will cover.

Some of the more commonly accepted insurance providers in the state of Rhode Island include:

Why Choose AAC?

American Addiction Centers (AAC) offers a nationwide network of facilities, an alumni support system, quality care, and a 90-day promise.

We’re committed to your recovery. When you invest and successfully complete 90 consecutive days at an American Addiction Centers facility, we believe that you have created the most solid foundation for your long-term goals of sobriety. In the event that you experience a relapse, you are welcome back for a complimentary 30 days of our treatment. This is our promise to you.

Additionally, AAC alumni from across the country host fun gatherings and events while alumni coordinators check-in regularly to ensure those recovering from substance abuse benefit from continued support.

State-Funded Insurance (i.e. Medicaid)

Medicaid is a government-funded insurance option for those who otherwise would not be able to afford private insurance. In the U.S., over 65.6 million people are covered by this program.4 It is easy to determine if you and/or your dependents qualify for Medicaid by visiting their website. In general, Medicaid can greatly decrease cost of addiction treatment and may even cover the costs entirely, depending on your specific plan.

  • Rhode Island has seen a 59.92% increase in Medicaid and CHIP enrollment since the Marketplace Enrollment Period began in July of 2013 to February of 2019.5
  • The state’s quality measure of performance was 50.9% in those who initiated treatment with a new episode of alcohol or drug dependence.5

Rhode Island Packing List

If you are coming to Rhode Island from a different state, you’ll need to bring certain items so you can safely and effectively adjust to life in your rehab center. In the wintertime, daytime temperatures can average around 40 degrees F between December and February and snowy. In the summer, temperature are closer to 86 degrees F with 60-70% humidity.

In addition, Rhode Island alcohol rehab centers may be near the seaside, so you will want to bring clothes that could be appropriate for beach visits, especially if you are coming in the summer.

You may want to consider packing:

  • Shorts, jeans, skirts, dresses and tank tops for warm weather.
  • Heavy jacket for winter.
  • Tennis shoes, flip-flops and a pair of formal shoes.
  • Sunglasses, bathing suit, hat.
  • One set of formal attire for special events or outings.
  • Alcohol-free toiletries (toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, sunscreen).

You may also wish to bring the following items:

  • Your driver’s license or state-issued ID card.
  • A list of medications you are currently taking.
  • Your insurance card.
  • Laundry detergent.
  • Special photos or mementos of family and friends, including names, phone numbers, and addresses to keep in touch while you are away.
  • A journal.

Rhode Island Alcohol Stats

  • Between 2003-2010, there were 308 people killed in crashes involving a drunk driver in Rhode Island.6
  • Overall, Rhode Island drinkers spent more than $880M on alcohol in 2010.7
  • Rhode Island saw a 61% increase in fatalities from alcohol-related crashes from 2016-2017.8
  • There were 34 alcohol-impaired driving fatalities in 2017.9
  • There were 37,133 motor vehicle traffic fatalities in 2017 across the U.S. with an estimated 10,874 fatalities in which at least one driver had a BAC of .08 g/dL or higher. The highest percentages were in the District of Columbia (51%), Connecticut (43%), Rhode Island (41%), and North Dakota (40%).10
  • In 2017, 24% of drunk driving deaths involved a driver with a BAC of .15 g/dL or higher.10

Finding Alcohol Rehab in a Different State

If you’re wanting to find alcohol rehab treatment outside of Rhode Island, there are plenty of other options for rehab near you in states throughout the nation.

Sources
  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services. (2018). 2017 State Profile — Rhode Island National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS).
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2006). Detoxification and Substance Abuse Treatment.
  3. MedlinePlus. (2019). Alcohol Withdrawal.
  4. Medicaid.gov (2019). Medicaid.
  5. Medicaid.gov (2019). Medicaid & CHIP in Rhode Island.
  6. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2013). Sobering Facts: Drunk Driving in Rhode Island.
  7. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2018). Data and Maps-Excessive Drinking.
  8. Rhode Island Department of Transportation. (2017). Rhode Island Strategic Highway Safety Plan.
  9. Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility. (2018). State Map – Rhode Island.
  10. NHTSA’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis. (2018). State Alcohol-Impaired-Driving Estimates.