Where do I find Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers in Rhode Island Near Me?
Locating a drug rehab center in Rhode Island can be a time-consuming task. With the different types of inpatient rehab and detox centers, finding the best drug rehab can be tough without the proper knowledge. Our counselors are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help answer any questions you may have about entering into an inpatient drug and alcohol addiction center.
Rhode Island Inpatient Treatment Centers for Addiction
Rhode Island, was one of the states hit the heaviest in the recession has seen a shift from the manufacturing that used to fuel the economy to a service industry. This shift has fueled the unemployment rate and contributed to the rise of addiction among young adults. Addiction has risen to 8% and is now in line with the national average. The use of alcohol and stimulant based drugs is considerably higher in Rhode Island and the need for quality treatment for addiction can not be greater.
In a 5 year period from 2011-2015 in Rhode Island, there has been a 50% increase in opioid-related deaths due to overdose.
Residential and Inpatient addiction centers can offer the best solution to start the recovery process.
When faced with the rise in addiction rates, Rhode Island residential rehab centers have answered back with the latest technologies, therapies, and substance abuse treatment centers. Just a short time ago there was only the “one size fits all” treatment centers for addiction. With the new therapy models and opportunity to choose the type of treatment that you feel would be most effective, the success rates of Inpatient treatment centers has risen dramatically.
There are several treatment centers that offer a variety of treatment models and therapies. Give us a call and we can help you find the best inpatient treatment center.
What are the costs associated with treatment at a residential facility?
The cost of private drug and alcohol treatment in Rhode Island can seem out of reach for most people seeking treatment for their addiction. We know that addiction can take a toll on you physically, emotionally and financially and when faced with treatment costs it can be overwhelming. This is where we can help the most. Our counselors will help you sort through the centers that both meet your financial requirements as well as the therapy and setting requirements.
Free Online Assessment and Treatment Helpline for Rhode Island
A list of free or low-cost treatment centers for addiction to drugs or alcohol in Rhode Island is provided as a public benefit service. If you have any questions regarding the treatment and types of programs that they offer, feel free to contact one of our counselors. We will help you any way we can to get the life back that you deserve.
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Meadows Edge Recovery Center
Located in North Kingstown, Rhode Island
580 Ten Rod Road
North Kingstown, RI 02852
Kent Center Health Lane
Located in Warwick, Rhode Island
50 Health Lane
Warwick, RI 02886
CODAC Behavioral Healthcare II
Located in Wakefield, Rhode Island
350 Columbia Street
Wakefield, RI 02879
SSTAR of Rhode Island Inc
Located in Cranston, Rhode Island
80 East Street
Cranston, RI 02920
Located in West Greenwich, Rhode Island
94 John Potter Road
West Greenwich, RI 02817
Spring 2017 REPORT: Rhode Island Multidisciplinary Review of Drug Overdose Death Evaluation Team (MODE) Team Quarterly Trends
• For quarters 3 and 4 of 2016 (July 1 through December 31), there were 157 unintentional drug overdose deaths in Rhode Island, compared with 179 during quarters one and two of 2016, and 136 during quarters three and four of 2015.
• Fentanyl continues to be a causal agent in the majority of unintentional drug overdose deaths. During quarters 3 and 4 of 2016, 65.6% of unintentional drug overdoses were attributed to fentanyl (103 out of 157).
• Prescription drugs alone accounted for 16.7% of the unintentional drug overdose deaths in Rhode Island in 2016 and 83.3% involved one or more illicit drugs (alone or in combination with a prescription drug). Note that the definition of prescription drugs includes any prescription drug, including opioid agonist and partial agonist medications used for the treatment of opioid use disorder.
• The majority (72.9%) of unintentional drug overdose deaths in 2016 were among males. The highest numbers of unintentional drug overdoses in Rhode Island during 2016 were among adults aged 25-34 and 45-54 years (n = 96 and 97, respectively). The proportion of the unintentional drug overdose deaths in Rhode Island among young adults aged 25-34 years rose from 15.9% in 2009 to 28.6% in 2016.
• For quarters 3 and 4 of 2016, 94.3% of the unintentional drug overdose deaths were among whites, 4.4% among blacks.
• In quarters 3 and 4 of 2016*, there were 10 overdose deaths in public places (e.g., roadway, wooded area, sidewalk) and five overdose deaths in semi-public places (e.g., institutional nursing home, treatment facility, shelter), compared to less than five public and eight semi-public overdose deaths for the same time period in 2015. In 2016, there was more variation in the types of public locations of overdose deaths.
• In quarters 3 and 4 of 2016, there were eight overdose deaths that occurred in a location where another overdose death had also occurred, totaling four separate locations. Two of these deaths occurred in the same location and time. In quarters 3 and 4 of 2015, there were no overdose deaths that occurred at the same location.
• There has been an increase in the number of overdose deaths in public locations linked to fentanyl exposure.
• There has been an increase in the number of overdose deaths in locations where a previous overdose death had occurred. It is unknown if this correlation also exists for the occurrence of nonfatal overdose.
• Rapid detoxification protocols are in place and can put patients at high risk of death by overdose. Discharge from such programs without providing relapse prevention and overdose prevention education with take-home naloxone endangers patients.
Rhode Island addiction statistics and national trends are provided to help understand the scope and consequences that addiction can have if left unchecked.
Rhode Island percentage of the state’s population drug use in the fiscal year 2015 the latest SAMHSA statistics available
Marijuana use in Rhode Island in the past month estimates for the age group 12-17 is estimated at 10.19% of the population and 13.28% for those in the group over 18.
Cocaine use statistics in Rhode Island estimated at 0.74% for the 12-17 age group and for those over the age of 18 it is estimated that 2.68% of the population has used cocaine in the past year.
Heroin use in Rhode Island for the age group 12-17 is estimated to be 0.14% and over 18 the percentage of people that use heroin is estimated to be 0.43% of the population.
Alcohol use among those 12 to 17 years of age 13.23% of the population and for the 18 and over demographic 63.56% used alcohol in the last month.
Those that have had serious thoughts of suicide in the state of Rhode Island over the past statistical year 2015 is only available for the population over 18 and is at 4.42%of the population.
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