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Chepachet is a village in the town of Glocester that is home to people who need help recovering from substance misuse and addiction. Chepachet is in Providence County, where opioid misuse and overdose cases are notable public health concerns.
Between 2016 and 2019, there were fewer than five drug overdose deaths per year in Glocester.1 However, the number of drug overdose deaths among residents in Providence County every year was significantly higher, with 211 deaths in 2016, 198 deaths in 2017, and 189 deaths in 2018.1
In 2021, there were eight opioid overdose-related emergency medical service runs in Glocester, but fewer than 5 overdose deaths.2 On March 31, 2022, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) issued a public health alert due to increased opioid overdose activity in the regions surrounding Chepachet and Glocester.3
Glocester was 1 of 4 cities deemed to be at the threshold for opioid overdose activity at that time, as its region had fewer than 5 reports of suspected opioid overdose cases that required treatment at a hospital emergency department.3
Chepachet residents in need of professional addiction treatment have access to 1 treatment facility within 10 miles of Glocester.4 This facility is in Greenville and offers services including counseling, behavioral therapy, outpatient rehab, and aftercare planning.4
People in Chepachet who are willing to travel farther for addiction treatment can seek help from one of 66 drug and alcohol rehab centers within 25 miles of Glocester.4 These facilities are in other Rhode Island and Connecticut cities, including Dayville, Woonsocket, and Danielson.4 Detoxification is offered at 17 facilities, residential treatment at 20 facilities, and hospital inpatient treatment at 5 facilities.4
There are 52 addiction treatment centers in Rhode Island, though Chepachet residents can travel short distances outside of the state for treatment.5 Those who need treatment for opioid addiction also have the option of seeing 1 of 6 buprenorphine practitioners located within 5 miles of Glocester.5
Support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are shown to be highly effective paths to abstinence from drugs and alcohol and give members the opportunity to provide one another with helpful tips and tricks for staying sober.6 Many AA and NA groups meet near Chepachet for people who want extra support on the journey to achieving long-term recovery.
There is 1 AA group that meets in Chepachet on Wednesday evenings at 1251 Putnam Pike.7 Chepachet residents who want to join other AA groups have the option of attending meetings in nearby towns, including Foster and Burrillville.7 An updated schedule of AA meetings near Chepachet and Glocester is available on the official website for Rhode Island Alcoholics Anonymous.7
Two NA groups meet within 10 miles of Chepachet and Glocester in Greenville and Johnston.8 These meetings take place Tuesdays and Thursdays at Saint Thomas Church on 1 Smith Avenue and the building at 1340 Hartford Avenue, respectively.8 An updated schedule of NA meetings near Chepachet is posted on the official NA website.8