Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Warren, Rhode Island? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
Warren is a town located on the far eastern side of Rhode Island in Bristol County. It has been experiencing ongoing problems with drug addiction and overdose, like many other parts of the U.S.
The worst year on record for drug overdose deaths in Warren was 2014.1 That year, there were 8 drug overdose deaths—6 of whom were residents of Warren.1 During each of the years that followed, between 2015 and 2019, Warren had fewer than 5 drug overdose deaths.1 In 2021, the number of drug overdose deaths in Warren remained below 5.2
At the end of March 2022, the Rhode Island Department of Health issued an opioid overdose alert for Warren.3 Between March 20 and March 26, Rhode Island health officials recorded a recent increase in non-fatal opioid overdoses in Warren and neighboring towns, including Barrington, Newport, and Middleton.3 That week, there were fewer than 5 non-deadly overdoses from opioids.3 That number was higher than the threshold of 1 for its region.3
There is 1 addiction treatment center within 5 miles of Warren that is located in Swansea.4 This facility offers only outpatient services for people in recovery from addiction.4 However, there are a total of 31 drug and alcohol rehab facilities within 10 miles of Warren, including the location in Swansea.4 This represents nearly 60% of the total number of treatment centers located in Rhode Island.
Detoxification services for drug and alcohol dependence are available at 10 of these facilities.4 Residential rehab programs are offered at 10 facilities, and hospital inpatient rehab is offered at 1 facility.4 Dual diagnosis therapy is available at 27 rehab centers for those who need treatment for both addiction and a mental health disorder.4
People in Warren who need help recovering from opioid addiction have the option of seeking treatment from local providers that offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT). MAT using methadone is offered at 11 of the 31 nearby rehab facilities, while MAT using buprenorphine is offered at 20 of these facilities.4 MAT using naltrexone is offered at 19 nearby facilities for those with opioid and/or alcohol use disorder.4
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are well-known drug and alcohol support groups that can be used to complement professional addiction treatment.5 Support groups like AA and NA can help members develop healthy coping skills and have been shown to produce positive outcomes for long-term abstinence from drugs and alcohol.5
AA groups meet several times a week in Warren at Warren Town Hall on 514 Main Street and East Bay Recovery Center on 31 Railroad Avenue.6 Another AA group meets on Saturday mornings at First United Methodist Church on 25 Church Street.6 For those in Warren who are interested in attending a local AA meeting can view an updated schedule on the official website for Rhode Island Alcoholics Anonymous.6
NA has 1 group that meets in Warren at East Bay Recovery Center on 31 Railroad Avenue.7 The next nearest NA group meets about 5 miles away in Riverside at Riverside Congregational Church on 15 Oak Avenue.7 Warren residents who want to attend an NA meeting can access an updated schedule on the official NA website.7