The Providence Center’s residential substance use treatment programs help men and women build the foundation for long-term recovery.
Roads to Recovery: Women is a residential program developed specifically for women in recovery. Located in Wyoming, RI, the program focuses on meeting the unique needs of women in recovery, such as trauma, domestic violence, developing positive relationships, pregnancy health, employment and education and parenting skills.
Roads to Recovery: Men, located at Mathias Building at the Eleanor Slater Hospital in Cranston, RI, supports men with individualized treatment for addictions and co-occurring mental health needs. Services for men include addiction education, mental health services, cultural needs, relapse and trauma prevention and comprehensive treatment services.
All Roads to Recovery residents work with clinicians to develop individualized treatment and discharge plans that meet their needs and goals for recovery. Access to TPC’s support services, including Anchor Recovery Community Center and primary care, ensure long-lasting recovery.
Services for both Roads to Recovery programs include:
- Individualized treatment and discharge planning
- Individual and group therapy
- Case management services
- Education on substance use, prevention & health education
- Access to primary care
- Peer support and recovery coaching
- Basic living skills
- Housing/homeless services
- Access to support services, including vocational and legal services