The Recovery Centers of America (RCA) has opened two new substance abuse treatment facilities: a medication-assisted treatment clinic and a 111-bed in-patient treatment facility.
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based RCA is an addiction treatment provider with locations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Massachusetts. It has more than half a dozen in-patient facilities across those geographies, where it also provides a variety of outpatient offerings.
Services offered vary by location but broadly include detox, inpatient care, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and general outpatient treatment, among others. RCA’s service offerings are typically in network with “most private insurers,” the company touts on its website.
In late November, RCA opened its first MAT facility in Pennsylvania.
Lansdowne-based Delaware County Healthcare Clinic will provide methadone and suboxone treatment, along with counseling and other services, to people recovering from opioid use disorder (OUD).
The clinic is RCA’s third stand alone MAT facility for OUD. RCA has two other MAT programs in New Jersey and also offers various forms and degrees of MAT treatment at many of its other facilities.
Earlier this week, RCA also announced the addition of its seventh in-patient addiction treatment facility.
Recovery Centers of America at Raritan Bay will have 111 beds. It will serve people in Middlesex County, New Jersey, where it’s based, as well as those from neighboring areas in Manhattan, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and northern Pennsylvania.
Local treatment is one of RCA’s trademarks. Since RCA was founded in 2016, it’s specialized in the treatment of patients within a 60 to 90 mile radius of its facilities.