At SpringBoard Recovery, we provide alcohol and drug addiction recovery for people in Cranston, Rhode Island. Many come to us for help because we are located in Arizona, far away from using buddies, old stomping grounds, and other recovery deterrents. We offer abstinence based drug and alcohol rehabilitation and recovery housing. Furthermore, we are accredited with The Joint Commission, and in great standing with the Better Business Bureau. Also, we are in network with many health insurance providers in Rhode Island.
“In recovery, we learn about principles that help guide our decisions, which, in turn, helps to provide for a freeing and gratifying life.”
– Steve Laats, SpringBoard Recovery President
Traveling From Cranston, Rhode Island to Arizona for Rehab at SpringBoard Recovery
It does not always work for people to go to rehab in their own city, or even their own state. In fact, traveling for rehab has become a lot more common in recent years, and there are several reasons for that. They include the following:
- Some people may want to get away from triggers and bad influences at home that could cause them to relapse.
- Some people may need to relocate to escape a dangerous home environment.
- Some people may have health insurance that is not in-network with any of the local drug and alcohol rehab facilities.
- Some people hold public positions or jobs, and they may want more privacy while they get addiction treatment.
- Some people may want certain treatments that are not available close to home, such as holistic withdrawal treatment.
Arizona has become a popular place for people to travel to for drug and alcohol rehab. It is always warm there and the environment is peaceful, serene and inviting. SpringBoard Recovery is located in Scottsdale, Arizona, and our facility is scenic, comfortable and refreshing.
Does Health Insurance Cover Rehab?
Every health insurance plan is different, but many of them will offer benefits for out of state addiction treatment programs. This is very dependent upon the facility and the health insurance companies they work with.
At SpringBoard Recovery, we have made it a priority to partner with many of the nation’s top health insurance companies. This has allowed us to offer our services to more people all over the country.
We always recommend for people to allow us to verify their benefits prior to starting rehab. This way, there will never be any questions about coverage, and it allows us to maximize our clients’ benefits. We want them to pay as little out of pocket as possible.
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Statistics
Statistics do not lie, and in Cranston, Rhode Island – as well as in Providence County as a whole – there are a lot of people who are struggling because of substance abuse and addiction.
The Rhode Island Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment from 2019 states that:
- 18.3% of adults who were diagnosed with a mental illness also had a substance abuse disorder within the last year in 2017.
- There was only a 5.1% rate of substance abuse disorder diagnoses among people with no mental health issues.
- 29.3% of youth (aged 12-17) who had depression also reported using illicit substances.
- Among youth with no mental health issues, 14.3% of them abused alcohol and drugs.
Care New England also prepared a Community Health Needs Assessment in 2019. Their statistics show that:
- 53.6 out of every 100,000 people died because of their mental health and behavioral disorders from 2014 to 2016.
- In Rhode Island, 17% of adults drink excessively.
- Providence County has a higher rate of death because of DUIs than most other counties in Rhode Island.
- 34.5% of all driving deaths in the county are due to driving under the influence.
- 30.1 out of every 100,000 people in the county have died because of illicit drug use.
- Fentanyl was a factor among more than 60% of overdose deaths in 2017.
- 23% of high school students state that they use alcohol regularly.
- 4% of students admit to abusing prescription medications.
- Drug and alcohol abuse is among the top three health concerns for 22.7% of the people in Providence County.
Getting and staying sober is very challenging, but with the right support network and tools, it's completely attainable.
Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities
According to SAMHSA, there are a total of 90 drug and alcohol treatment facilities located within 25 miles of Cranston, Rhode Island. They offer various levels of care and include:
- 32 programs that offer any type of detox.
- 8 halfway houses or sober living homes.
- 54 programs that offer telehealth services.
- 8 hospital inpatient programs.
- 66 rehab centers that provide outpatient treatment.
- 27 inpatient rehab facilities.
- 9 partial hospitalization programs.
- 31 intensive outpatient programs.
- 39 facilities that provide medication-assisted treatment (MAT).
- 21 long-term rehab centers.
What to Expect During Rehab
For those who have never been to rehab before, going for the first time can make them feel nervous. We want to help clear up any confusion and answer any questions people might have about what to expect when going to drug and alcohol treatment in Cranston.
Please keep in mind that not all of the following are appropriate for every person. It is always a good idea to get a professional recommendation before committing to a rehab program.
Cranston, RI Detox Programs
Detoxing is a critical part of the addiction recovery process in most cases. There are some drugs that do not require it, but many of them do, and for good reason. Drug and alcohol detox can help reduce the effects of withdrawal symptoms, which can be very difficult to manage without professional help. Sometimes they can even be life-threatening.
Going through the detoxification process rids the body of unwanted toxins that cause withdrawal. While there are many options available for detox, we highly recommend holistic treatments and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for those who are addicted to alcohol and/or opioids. It combines FDA-approved medications for symptoms with behavioral therapy.
Cranston Inpatient Rehab and Long-Term Rehab Programs
Inpatient rehabilitation involves patients staying at a facility for 28 days while they get the help they need. Many inpatient programs also offer detox services in-house, which patients will go through upon their arrival. Afterward, they participate in various types of therapy and therapeutic activities.
Long-term rehab is for those who need a longer period of time to recover from addiction. It offers more intensive therapy in both individual and group settings. Case management services are also available to help people learn how to live without relying on drugs and alcohol to make it through the day.
Outpatient Rehabilitation Centers in Cranston
Outpatient rehab programs are also available, and many of them can be just as effective as inpatient treatment. In Cranston, Rhode Island, there are three main types of outpatient care:
- Partial hospitalization programs
- Intensive outpatient programs
- Traditional outpatient therapy and rehab
Not all of the above is appropriate for everyone entering recovery. PHPs and IOPs are the best options for those who have never been to treatment because they offer a higher level of support.
More Recovery Options
There are a few other ways that people can get support as they recover from addiction as well. Sober living homes offer recovering addicts and alcoholics a safe place to live while they focus on the healing process. Residents must pay rent (unless it is covered by their insurance), contribute to the home in some way, and go to treatment according to their schedules.
Additional Information About Treatment
Our process is fairly easy.
- Verify Insurance – You can do this by filling out our Verify Your Insurance form or by talking to one of our qualified representatives.
- Meet with a clinician to develop a treatment program that fits your needs.
- Stay at one of our beautiful sober living properties in Arizona.
- Complete your recovery program.
- Become part of our Alumni group.
- Live a healthy, substance free life.
At SpringBoard Recovery, our desire is to provide the best possible treatment for anyone who is struggling with addiction. As we mentioned, we work with people from Cranston frequently. We are here to help you if you are ready to change your life and focus on recovery.
Do you have questions about the drug and alcohol rehab programs in Cranston, or about traveling to Arizona for addiction treatment? Please contact us today.