Finding Rhode Island Detox Centers for Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment

From Providence to Greenville, Rhode Islanders are struggling with substance abuse. While it can be difficult to admit that you have a problem, the very next step—finding a treatment facility—should be easier. We have made it much simpler so that you can find the safest Rhode Island detox centers for your recovery.

Detox is often first step in one’s recovery from substance abuse, and we are always available to take your call and help you start the process of finding a program that suits your needs. Just call 800-483-2193 now to speak to a treatment advisor and you can begin your recovery today.

Orchid Recovery Center

Palm Springs, Florida

The Orchid Recovery Center is located in Palm Springs, FL and provides residential detox and rehab treatment to women. This facility is close to the beach so that patients can experience a tranquil healing program that allows them to get back to nature. In addition, it is close enough to civilization that it is easy for friends and family to visit.

Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Rhode Island

Find local treatment centers near your city.

Why Choose Rhode Island Detox Centers?

Choosing professional detox, especially in a local, Rhode Island detox center, is much safer than trying to go through withdrawal without any help. This is because withdrawal is one of the times in a patient’s recovery when they are most vulnerable to relapse.

  • Relapse during and after detox happens more often than any other time.
  • When a person does relapse during or after withdrawal, it can often end in an overdose, as the individual’s tolerance for their drug of abuse will have minimized considerably.
  • Without proper medical attention, many individuals are not able to determine when they are at risk for relapse or when they need additional help.

This is why choosing Rhode Island detox centers is much safer and more effective than trying to go through withdrawal on your own.

Rhode Island Drug & Alcohol Detox Statistics

  • In 2013, Rhode Island had the highest rate of drug overdose in New England and the highest rates of illicit drug abuse in the nation (Rhode Island Governor’s Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force).
  • In 2014, 239 Rhode Islanders died of drug overdoses, which was more than the number of those who died from homicides, suicides, and motor vehicle accidents combined.
  • 80 percent of overdose deaths in 2015 in Rhode Island involved illicit drug use. This was a 70 percent increase from previous years.
  • According to the State of Rhode Island Department of Health, in 2016, people between the ages of 25 and 34 accounted for nearly 100 deaths in Rhode Island. Sadly, the number of individuals between 45 and 54 who died of overdose was slightly higher.
  • The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration states that, between 2010 and 2014, only 7.4 percent of those Rhode Islanders dependent on alcohol received treatment. Only 17.3 percent dependent on illicit drugs received treatment.

TREATMENT APPROACHES

1Assessment

Our helpline will ask you some simple questions and help you determine whether a particular detox center is right for you.

2Detox

Caring treatment specialists will work with you to keep you comfortable during withdrawal to prepare you for recovery.

3Rehab

Therapy and counseling are provided to help you discover the core reasons behind your addiction and how to cope without drugs or alcohol.

4Recovery

Follow-up programs and continued attention to recovery assist you in maintaining a sober lifestyle following the treatment received in detox and rehab.

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How Long is Rhode Island Alcohol Detox?

Rhode Island alcohol withdrawal often takes several weeks to overcome. This is because the syndrome itself is unpredictable and formerly unseen and intense withdrawal symptoms can occur 72 hours into one’s detox program with little or no warning. This is known as delirium tremens. As stated by the National Library of Medicine, you may be likely to experience delirium tremens if you

  • Have gone through alcohol withdrawal before
  • Have been drinking for more than 10 years
  • Have recently experienced a head injury
  • Commonly drink 4 to 5 pints of wine, 7 to 8 pints of beer, or 1 pint of hard liquor every day

If you still have questions about the length of time your Rhode Island alcohol detox will likely take, or if you need help finding a program that will suit your needs, call 800-483-2193 now.

How Long is Rhode Island Drug Detox?

Detoxing safely from any type of drug abuse takes time and patience, and certain drugs take longer to detox from than others. Stimulants, for example, can cause long-term symptoms that can suddenly reappear months or even years after detox has ended. This means detox itself must take longer than normal (often several months) so the patient can get used to this effect and learn how to cope with it.

Opioid detox usually takes less time (sometimes as little as a week or so). You may see variables in your timetable, however, because different people experience different things while in detox. In general, it is important to simply discuss your treatment with your doctor and to make sure you are both on the same page when it comes to your detox, your recovery, and your timeline.

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Detox Centers in RI

Inpatient detox facilities offer 24-hour care in a controlled environment. Outpatient centers do not. Generally, outpatient facilities are less expensive, but if you need more intensive care, inpatient treatment is necessary. You can always find free or low-cost inpatient programs as well if you are concerned about your budget.

Get Help Today

We are always available to help you find safe, effective, and efficient Rhode Island detox centers that will suit your current needs and budget. Just call 800-483-2193 today and you can speak with a treatment advisor.

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