ABOUT ROGER WILLIAMS MEDICAL CENTER
Roger Williams Medical Center provides behavioral health and substance abuse treatment. The center offers partial hospitalization andfor those with co-occurring mental health conditions.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Staff provide substance abuse treatment at Roger Williams in a hospital setting. Staff will work one-on-one with clients and their families to create individualized treatment plans to address physical and mental conditions.
Roger Williams’ website states that it is the only hospital with a Level IV Alcohol & Drug Detoxification Program in the area. Medically supervised detoxification services are provided with daily therapy.
Following detoxification, clients can be admitted to the facility’s partial hospitalization program. Treatment is offered five days a week for five hours a day. Clients will participate in individual counseling, group therapy, and addiction and recovery education. Clients will be introduced to 12-Step programming.
The facility’s dual-diagnosis unit provides medical and mental care in a “small, private setting.”
A four-week family program includes weekly supportive meetings and addiction education for family members.
Roger Williams Medical Center employs clinicians, physicians, nurses, psychiatrists, and support staff.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The facility provides a 15-bed alcohol and drug detoxification unit and a 12-bed inpatient dual-diagnosis until. Though the facility’s website doesn’t publish details regarding accommodations and related amenities, two alumni surveyed by Best-rehabs.com gave four- and five-star ratings for accommodations and cleanliness.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Reviews about Roger William Medical Center are limited at this time of writing. Two alumni responding to a Best-rehabs.com poll gave perfect five-star ratings for treatment effectiveness and meal quality. Both respondents praised the staff’s level of experience and training.
Mary wrote that she made a “great decision” to attend treatment at Roger William. “All the staff are trained for addiction issues and if by any chance something went wrong with your health u are right in the hospital,” Mary commented. Alum Carol added: “It really helped me to learn about the disease of alcoholism and addiction. I was fortunate that I wanted to get sober, so I was open and willing to listen to suggestions.” Both alumni gave low ratings for exercise and leisure activities and holistic programming.
Roger Williams as a whole earned an average 4.1 out of five stars based on 218 reviews on its Facebook page, which the facility can manage. 
Roger Williams Medical Center offers sliding-scale fees and financial aid for those who qualify. Free essential hospital care is provided to uninsured Rhode Island residents under the Federal Poverty line.