The Lifespan Recovery Center provides services to people in our community who struggle with addiction to opioids and related drugs. We understand the challenges faced by those who wish to end their dependence on substances and have developed a program that offers rapid access to treatment and support throughout the recovery process.

A Unique Program

Our center offers patients a multidisciplinary, evidence-based, recovery-oriented program that meets the full spectrum of medical and social needs of individuals who have opioid use disorders. Our team works collaboratively to assess, diagnose, and provide comprehensive treatment.

We combine medication-assisted treatments, such as Buprenorphine (SUBOXONE®), with psychotherapies and the supports needed to succeed in recovery.

The center, a program of Rhode Island Hospital, is integrated in the Lifespan health system, so it is uniquely able to provide timely access to specialized medical, mental, and behavioral health services.

The Recovery Process

Recovery from opioid addiction involves multiple stages and the patient’s commitment to the process. Patients entering our program may be new to treatment, have recently completed inpatient detoxification, or want to transition from a methadone program.

We offer a range of treatments and supports that enable full recovery.

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Locations

Lifespan Recovery Center
200 Corliss Street
Providence, RI 02904
200 Corliss Street
Providence, RI 02904

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