Are you or someone you know struggling with addiction? Providence Safe Stations is your connection to recovery.
Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you can visit any of Providence’s 12 fire stations, speak with the trained staff on duty, and immediately get connected to treatment support and services. Providence Safe Stations is free and provides a welcoming environment for when you’re ready for recovery.
The purpose of Providence Safe Stations is to address the overdose epidemic in Providence by providing hassle-free and immediate access to supportive services. Individuals living with substance use disorders may not be aware of the resources available to them or have the ability to access them. Providence Safe Stations breaks down barriers for individuals, allowing them access to critical supportive services provided by a peer in recovery when and where they need them most.
Providence Safe Stations is based on the model from Manchester and Nashua, NH, which also experience high rates of opioid overdose deaths. It is in alignment with the State of Rhode Island’s Overdose Prevention Action Plan, which includes expansion of peer recovery services and access to treatment options for long-term recovery. Providence Safe Stations is a partnership between the City of Providence’s Fire Department and The Providence Center’s Anchor Recovery with leadership and support from the RI Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities, and Hospitals and the RI Department of Health.
FIND A STATION
Engine 2 | 10 Branch Avenue
Engine 3 | 325 Washington Street
Engine 6 | 489 Hartford Avenue
Engine 7 | 151 North Main Street
Engine 8 | 201 Messer Street
Engine 9 | 223 Brook Street
Engine 10 | 847 Broad Street
Engine 11 | 274 Reservoir Avenue
Engine 12 | 426 Admiral Street
Engine 13 | 776 Allens Avenue
Engine 14 | 630 Atwells Avenue
Engine 15 | 136 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Call 401-942-STOP (401-942-7867) to talk to a licensed counselor. The Hope & Recovery Support Line is open all day, every day. Call anytime. Hablamos español.
If you see someone is not breathing or you think they are overdosing,
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is Providence Safe Stations open at a certain time?
Q: Is there a fee for getting help at a Providence Safe Station?
Q: Is there a need for a referral for insurance?
Q: Is there a physical given before recovery starts?
Q: Is Providence Safe Stations a medical rehab?
Q: Is medication provided at a Providence Safe Station?
Q: How long will the process take?
Q: What type of treatment services will I be connected to?