Rhode Island is the smallest state in America, but it still receives about 24 million visitors each year. Rhode Island has ranked as one of the worst states for Marijuana use, Cocaine use, and non-medical pain reliver use. It has also ranked as one of the worst for people above the age of 12 having a drug dependence. About 13% of people in Rhode Island reported illicit drug use within the last 30 days; about 5% worse than the national average.
Although Rhode Island struggles with illicit drug use, there are treatment centers across the state that can help its residents get the help they deserve. Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation facilities offer specialized care to people of all backgrounds. Explore rehab options in Rhode Island and find out which facility is best for you or your loved one.
Hayley Hudson is a Digital Content Writer at Addiction Center. She earned a B.A. in Communications from the University of Central Florida. A passion for writing led her to a career in journalism, and she worked as a news reporter for 3 years, focusing on stories in the healthcare and wellness industry. Knowledge in healthcare led to an interest in drug and alcohol abuse, and she realized how many people are touched by addiction.
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