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ABOUT ADCARE RHODE ISLAND - GREENVILLE
Part of American Addiction Centers and one of its three locations in Rhode Island, AdCare Rhode Island of Greenville offers a 90-day intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. The Greenville location also offers general outpatient, outpatient medical detox, and group therapy. Within the state, the facility is one of 20 (41.7 percent) facilities to provide an IOP.
To alleviate uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, the facility provides addiction medication, such as Suboxone and Vivitrol, during appropriate stages of detoxification. In Rhode Island, the facility is among the 64.6 percent of facilities to utilize Suboxone for opioid dependency.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Upon admission, clients undergo a comprehensive assessment and urine screening. No physical or psychiatric assessments are conducted at the facility. Allowing clients to meet professional, family, and personal obligations, the facility provides a flexible morning and evening schedule of sessions, each lasting approximately three hours.
Treatment is based on 12-step participation and fellowship, and clients are expected to attend 12-step meetings and perform associated “step-work.” Along with 12-step practices, the facility also holds regular peer group sessions to address a variety of issues associated with chemical dependency and recovery.
To address disruptive thinking patterns and help modify maladaptive behavior, the facility utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and one-on-one counseling sessions with the client's primary counselor are available.
During an outpatient program, clients also attend psychoeducational classes and didactic groups, which are provided in a classroom setting. These classes are designed to assist individuals with post-treatment coping skills and implementing recovery strategies upon program completion.
If appropriate, the program curriculum may incorporate medication-assisted treatment (MAT), a family education and therapy program, and additional psychiatric care, based on the client’s assessed needs and situation. In addition to Suboxone, AdCare Rhode Island of Greenville is also among the 20 (41.7 percent) facilities to offer Vivitrol.
Led by clinical directors and program managers, AdCare Rhode Island of Greenville employs a multidisciplinary team of master’s-level therapists and licensed counselors highly experienced in addiction and mental health. According to the facility’s website, many of the counselors are also in long-term recovery.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
As a strictly outpatient-based facility, AdCare Rhode Island of Greenville does not provide any lodging or meals for clients.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Rehabs.com has not received any reviews from this facility’s alumni, affiliated friends or family members, or staff. However, secondary review sites revealed largely positive opinions of the facility. On Facebook, the facility received an average rating of 3.7 out of five stars based on eight reviews at the time of this writing, though reviewers did not leave additional commentary.
AdCare Rhode Island of Greenville accepts self-pay and a number of private insurance providers to cover treatment costs.
In December of 2018, Clinical Services of Rhode Island’s (CSRI) Greenville, Portsmouth, and South Kingstown outpatient locations were consolidated with AdCare Rhode Island. To keep clients and family members informed, the facility offers both a regulated blog and quarterly newsletters.
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