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Safer Drug Use - There are many places in Rhode Island where you can get new syringes, get naloxone, and get tested for HIV and hepatitis C. There are also clinics you can go if you don’t have insurance.
Support Line - You can call 401-414-LINK (5465) to talk to a licensed counselor.
The Hope & Recovery Support Line is open all day, every day. Call anytime.
Detoxification (detox) - Short-term care centers where you go to get opioids out of your system and make sure you’re medically stable and safe. Detox centers may also offer counseling and help finding long-term treatment options.
Outpatient treatment — Recovery programs where you have therapy, create goals, and get medical support on a daily basis. You don’t stay overnight at an outpatient treatment center.
Residential treatment — Live-in housing programs that offer substance abuse therapy and services for a longer period of time, usually 30 to 90 days.
Medication-assisted treatment — Using medicine (like buprenorphine, naltrexone, or methadone) with therapy to treat substance abuse.
Pregnant and parenting families with substance use disorder who may be coping with infants exposed to substances or with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) have unique needs.
Rhode Island Centers of Excellence - specialty centers that use evidence-based practices and provide treatment and the coordination of care to individuals with moderate to severe opioid use disorder.
Safe Stations - You can visit any of Providence’s 12 fire stations, where they provide free and immediate access to supportive services. You will speak with the trained staff on duty, and immediately get connected to treatment support and services. Providence Safe Stations offer you a welcoming environment for when you’re ready for recovery. Find the nearest Safe Station in Providence.
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You can also talk to your doctor about medication-assisted treatment.