Methadone Clinics in Providence, Rhode Island

Name Address City
The Journey to Hope, Health and Healing 985 Plainfield Street Providence
CODAC Providence 349 Huntington Avenue Providence
Metro Treatment of Providence, LP 160 Narragansett Ave. Providence
The Journey to Hope, Health and Healing 160 Narragansett Ave Providence
Drug Dependence Treatment Program 830 Chalkstone Avenue, 116 Providence
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Program 830 Chalkstone Avenue, Unit 116-F Providence
Roger Williams Medical Center – Center 1 Detoxification Unit 825 Chalkstone Ave. Providence
Discovery House Comprehensive Treatment Center of Providence 66 Pavilion Ave Providence
Butler Hospital Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services 345 Blackstone Blvd. Providence
Center for Behavioral Health Rhode Island, Inc. 985 Plainfield St. Johnston
Center For Behavioral Health Rhode Island Clinic 985 Plainfield Street Johnston
Addiction Recovery Institute 205 Hallene Rd #102 Warwick
Center for Treatment and Recovery, LLC 203 Concord St., Ste. 463 Pawtucket
Center for Treatment and Recovery 203 Concord Street, Suite 463 Pawtucket
CODAC East Bay 850 Waterman Ave. East Providence
CODAC Behavioral Healthcare East Bay 850 Waterman Avenue East Providence
Center For Treatment & Recovery 82 Pond St Pawtucket
Addiction Recovery Institute – North 31 North Union St. Pawtucket
Addiction Recovery Institute 31 North Union St Pawtucket
Health Care Resource Centers Attleboro 23 North Main Street Suite 1 Attleboro

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With a population of 179,883, Providence, Rhode Island is the most populous city in the state, and the state capital. Founded in 1636, it is also one of the country’s oldest cities. Locals searching online for methadone providers near me can rest assured that there are Providence locations of the methadone clinics in Rhode Island. Treatment at a methadone clinic is the best way to deal with the physical side of an addiction to opioid drugs. To deal with the psychological and behavioral sides, there are a range of different addiction therapies that should be integrated with methadone therapy to form a comprehensive recovery plan. There is no cookie-cutter treatment for addiction. Every patient should have a recovery plan custom fit to their needs, and adjusted according to how those needs change over time. Recovery is an ongoing journey, and while the actions one takes to continue succeeding in recovery lessen over time, they should never completely stop.

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