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Adcare Outpatient Facility

49 South County Commons Way, Unit F6, South Kingstown, Rhode Island, 02879
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About Adcare Outpatient Facility

AdCare Rhode Island at Kingstown, which is owned and operated by American Addiction Centers (AAC), provides outpatient rehab and addiction treatment services that embody a “big-picture” approach to substance abuse treatment, addressing the client’s lifestyle and environmental factors contributing to the addiction. Partnerships are created with each client’s family, loved ones, and community resources during the course of treatment to lay the groundwork for aftercare. Using individualized treatment plans and research-based therapy, CSRI doesn’t just focus on the substance abuse, but uses the client’s strengths to concentrate on a sober future, and build a self-directed life.

Facility Location

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Services Offered

Behavioral Disorder Treatment
Intensive Outpatient Services
Detox Services
Outpatient Services

Treatment Types

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Gambling Addiction Treatment
Depressive Disorders
Bipolar Disorder Treatment
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Anxiety Disorder
Anger Disorders
Substance Abuse Treatment
Detox Services

Treatment Methods

MAT (medically assisted treatment)
12 step
Evidence based

Family Programming

Family Therapy
Family Events

Experience

Accommodations

Computer/Phone/Internet Access

Recreation and Therapy

Meditation
Art Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Environmental Setting

Executive
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Who We Treat

Age Ranges

Senior/Elderly
Adult Age

Gender Restrictions

Offers Co-ed Programs
No Gender Restrictions
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Learn More About Adcare Outpatient Facility

What is the duration of addiction treatment programs?
The duration of addiction treatment programs can vary depending on the individual's needs and circumstances but commonly range from 30 to 90 days.
What is the cost of addiction treatment programs?
The cost of addiction treatment programs can vary depending on the type and length of treatment, but many facilities offer financial assistance and payment plans to help make treatment more affordable. Treatment is an investment in your future, and we believe everyone who needs it should be able to access it. We can help verify your insurance coverage at an AAC facility in just a few minutes, and determine the best way to pay for care.
Will my health insurance cover the cost of addiction treatment?
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), treatment for substance use disorder (SUD) is considered an essential benefit. This means that many health insurance plans cover some, if not all, of the cost of addiction treatment, but coverage may vary depending on the provider and the type of treatment received.
What types of therapies are used in addiction treatment?
Therapies used in addiction treatment can include various behavioral therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing (MI), and more.
Facility Highlights
  • Research-based
    CBT/MI offered
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
    Treatment plans are based on the client's personal goals
  • Family Participation and Support
    Family participation is strongly encouraged
  • 12-Step Involvement
    Curriculum is steeped in the 12 steps.
  • Motivational Interviewing
    All staff is trained in Motivational Interviewing. CSRI has a certified MI facilitator on staff.
  • Individual, Group, & Family Counseling
    All modalities offered at CSRI
  • Family Group
    Monthly family support groups free of charge
Accreditations and Licensure
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Areas of Specialization
  • Family Program
    Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.
  • Medical Detoxification
    Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal. CSRI offers outpatient detoxification from opioids only.
  • Individualized Treatment
    Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.
  • Aftercare Support
    Addiction recovery does not end with discharge after completing a treatment program. CSRI staff supports and facilitates building community connections including 12 step involvement, vocational counseling, and psychiatric services.
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Meet The Staff

Fred A. Trapassi, Jr.,
Fred A. Trapassi, Jr.,
Chief Executive Officer of Rhode Island Operations
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Jessica Elliott, MA, CAGS, LMHC, LCDP
Jessica Elliott, MA, CAGS, LMHC, LCDP
Clinical Director
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Dr. Michael Coburn
Dr. Michael Coburn
Medical Director
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Patient Reviews

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Michael
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I was admitted to adcare twice. The second time I left after two days and will leave my experience and you can take what you want from it. The first time, I was hospitalized for alcohol. A, for the lack of the term, “salesman” named Chris visited me in the hospital and pitched how it would change my life. I was at a very bad place at the time and agreed to go. First week - admissions were fine, getting in was fine, everything seemed okay. I detoxed in the hospital so I went to the detox wing of the facility while my covid tests were pending. Food not spectacular but what do you expect at a place serving 100+ people. After a few days I was led to the residential unit. Within a week of being in the residential unit, without notice we were locked in the ping pong room and being told our units were being searched for food. You might ask why people are hoarding food in their rooms? Because in residential you get peanut butter, jelly, odd tasting bread and occasionally milk. There are some green bananas and apples, which may I add, are never thrown out nor eaten so good luck with that one. After being locked in a room for 3 hours, we are told there may be a possibility of drugs so we all need to undergo a full on strip search. Meanwhile, this is in my first week of being here and I am here for alcohol. One day lost of treatment for strip searches and food which lead to no drugs or alcohol being found. Weeks 2-3 were pretty uneventful. A methadone addict opened a bottle of orange juice for god knows what reason and we ended up having to give urine samples to be drug tested. My best guess is someone tried to smuggle some orange juice out of the cafe and it was left in the fridge for weeks. Again nothing found. Week 3 on my release I spoke with my consoler maybe 2 times, still barely had an aftercare strategy. I specifically said I had a job and couldn’t attend an aftercare program requiring daily in the middle of day treatment. I was given an aftercare treatment plan that required me to be there 5 days per week 3 hours per day from 11-2. The admissions consoler literally asked me why I was there it was a complete joke. The groups are good, the consolers are good, the food is alright, however it is extremely short staffed. Hence, bringing up my second time with adcare. I relapsed within 9 days. I drank heavily 2 of them and called immediately. I was told to come back, explaining I was drinking at the time. I was specifically told I would be able to avoid the detox period - 5-10 days by the person on the phone. I received a Lyft from adcare and on admissions was sent to the hospital. Somehow a detox facility was unable to do anything but some local, tiny hospital which didn’t give me anything (i was told I wasn’t even able to get water a few times) I was released less than 7 hours later by a doctor but couldn’t go back until next day. Went back the next day and and was again told by Scott he thought my best treatment plan was another place offering IOP during the middle of the day 5 days per week in the middle of the day. I immediately checked myself out ama, because the doctor was putting me on anti-seizure medicine, although I was already on one prescribed by the hospital and a neurologist. Also beware - the psychologist is a quack who’s go to is Wellbutrin. If Wellbutrin can’t help you “you need to just deal with it” Take what you want from what I have to share. I would suggest saving your money, going to AA and finding our own psychologist and therapist.
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R anonymous
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Most people seem to miss a critical Issue with this place!!! THEY FAIL TO TEACH YOU HOW TO STAY SOBER!!! Just bullshit groups. Total injustice to the addicted person. No sobriety foundation, a set-up for relapse.
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John
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Very pleased with my experience. The staff was great and very helpful and attended well to all of the clients.
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Patrick
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Wonder staff. Very kind and helpful. Clean, educational. overall, a very good experience.