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Affordable, Accessible and Local Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment

RCA provides expert, evidence-based treatment to patients in a way which is affordable, accessible and local.  This ground-breaking approach is undertaken each and every day by RCA’s team of experienced, compassionate physicians trained in addiction medicine, clinicians, counselors, nurses and therapists, who are the top professionals in the field.

Addiction is a disease that requires safe and effective treatment, as well as attention to individualized needs. At RCA, patients receive evidence based treatment, along with 12 step methodology, medication assisted treatment, and trauma informed care.  RCA has provided that unique combination to thousands of patients in our inpatient, outpatient and medication assisted treatment centers.

No one should face barriers when it comes to receiving treatment, and RCA provides 24/7 admissions, interventions and transportation at no additional cost. All this, family therapy, and more, is offered in an affordable manner because RCA is in-network with most major insurance providers.

Recovery Centers of America is accredited by The Joint Commission, a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting specific performance standards. If you or a loved one suffer from substance use disorder, you deserve the very best care out there, starting today. Make the call that changes everything.

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Myself, a Young Adult
18-29

Myself,
Age 30-49

Myself, 50+

My Son or
Daughter

My Spouse

Parent, Colleague, or Other Loved One

Now is the time get addiction treatment
Where there’s addiction, there’s pain and suffering. But this doesn’t have to be the life you live. No matter how consuming your addiction may feel, Recovery Centers of America can help. We’ll help you overcome your addiction, and give you the tools and resources needed to maintain recovery for life. Our patients arrive here feeling broken and scared, but leave completely transformed into confident, strong individuals. We teach skills to help you understand, confront, and cope with your addiction, because addiction is the problem, not the person. We’ll help you heal and begin living a fulfilling life. You can recover.

I’m 18-29 years old: I need help
What do you want your life to look like? Are you where you want to be? There’s a lot of pressure in society today. Between social media showing everyone’s seemingly perfect lives and trying to figure out the future, the pressure can be backbreaking. Add drugs or alcohol into the equation, and things get even more complicated.

You feel like no one understands, including  your parents, who may be trying to help, but add even more pressure.

You may want help, but don’t know where to turn or how the process works.

Here’s the good news: RCA can help. You can reach recovery. Your family can rebuild trust in you. You can gain your independence. You can have the life you always imagined. It isn’t too late.

Here’s what to do next.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. You’re still mapping out the blueprint for your life. Addiction treatment doesn’t have to interfere with that. The right treatment facility will heal your addiction while helping you navigate the way to your future. With RCA, you’ll get treatment that is effective and engaging, and understands your age group. By calling 1-800-RECOVERY, we can answer any questions you have regarding treatment, insurance, transportation, and more.
  2. Get treatment in your neighborhood. You don’t have to leave your friends and family behind when entering addiction treatment. In fact, RCA strongly believes in having a full support system to help you stay motivated during treatment and recovery. Your loved ones will be able to visit you while in treatment, and if you wish, your family members can attend therapy with you. We’ll help you and your family to take the next step together.
  3. Continuing treatment. RCA’s support doesn’t stop once you leave our facility. Your clinical team will help you prepare for life after inpatient treatment, which may include Outpatient Treatment. We’ll set you up with an aftercare plan that’ll keep you engaged and active in your recovery.
  4. Stay involved. RCA’s Alumni Association is one of the best ways to sustain and support long-term recovery. There are so many opportunities within the alumni association to promote your own recovery efforts and helping others, including current patients.

I’m 30-49 years old: I need help
In the beginning, it was probably easier to try and hide behaviors associated with a drug or alcohol addiction than to admit to having this disease. But it’s impact your life, your relationships, your job, your kids.

Your future doesn’t have to be driven by addiction.

It’s time to get help. Here’s how.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. You aren’t alone in this fight. Recovery Centers of America believes in you and wants you to get the help you need. With our evidence-based treatment and full staff of addiction professionals, we’ll give you the tools and resources you need to achieve and maintain recovery, so you can get back to enjoying life.
  2. Don’t let Finances and Employment Stop You. We know life continues after you enter treatment. Will your job be there when you complete inpatient treatment? Can you file for FMLA for addiction? RCA can answer all of these questions and more. Our Case Managers and Financial Counselors help you work out those logistics, so you can enter treatment with your mind at ease and, upon completion, renter your life without skipping a beat.
  3. Get treatment in your neighborhood. You don’t have to leave your friends and family behind when entering addiction treatment. In fact, RCA strongly believes in having a full support system to help you stay motivated during treatment and recovery. Your loved ones will be able to visit you while in treatment, and if you wish, your family members can attend therapy with you. We’ll help you and your family figure out how to live a life of recovery together.
  4. Figure out finances and employment. We know life continues after you enter treatment. Will your job be there when you complete inpatient treatment? Can you file for FMLA for addiction? RCA can answer all of these questions and more. Our Case Managers and Financial Counselors help you work out those logistics, so you can enter treatment with your mind at ease and, upon completion, renter your life without skipping a beat.

I’m 50 years old or older: I need help
It can be intimidating to face life’s changes – retirement, becoming an empty nester, death of a family member or spouse. Some adults turn to drugs or alcohol to help them cope. But life is so much better without drugs or alcohol clouding your memories and robbing you of joy.

No matter what stage of life you’re in, it’s always the right time to seek addiction treatment. Here’s what you can do to get started.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. Recovery Centers of America believes in you and wants you to get the help you need. With our evidence-based treatment and full staff of addiction professionals, we’ll give you the tools and resources you need to achieve and maintain recovery, so you can get back to enjoying life. Our Evolutions program is specifically for adults 50 years old and older, meaning you’ll be surrounded by other adults in the same phase of life.
  2. Don’t let Finances and Employment Stop You. We know life continues after you enter treatment. Will your job be there when you complete inpatient treatment? Can you file for FMLA for addiction? RCA can answer all of these questions and more. Our Case Managers and Financial Counselors help you work out those logistics, so you can enter treatment with your mind at ease and, upon completion, renter your life without skipping a beat.
  3. Get treatment in your neighborhood. We know you want to be close with your loved ones – and addiction treatment doesn’t have to interfere with that. We encourage family members and loved ones to visit and partake in family therapy sessions, so you can navigate the road to recovery together.

I’m a husband or wife: I need help for my spouse
Within your home and your marriage are the two places you should feel the safest. But when your spouse is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, it’s the exact opposite. Emotions run wild, chaos is in every conversation, trust has been replaced with frustration and dislike – especially if children are involved. Having an alcoholic husband or wife takes a toll on everyone involved.

You and your family are suffering the excruciating repercussions of your partner’s substance use disorder. Toxic thoughts consume you: If he cared about me more, he’d be able to stop. If he loved the kids, he’d be able to stop. If I was stronger, I could make him stop. I don’t know how to deal with an alcoholic husband.

All the love in the world can’t stop your spouse’s addiction. He or she needs treatment. And you need clear steps on how to make that happen.  RCA can provide that, and more.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. Don’t spend another day worried whether your spouse is going to come home drunk again or miss your kid’s soccer game for the third week in a row. He or she doesn’t have to say they are ready for treatment for it to be successful. Our complimentary certified interventionists will help your spouse understand the need for treatment and get them to one our facilities today.
  2. Know your spouse is in a safe place. Call 1-800-RECOVERY and Recovery Centers of America’s complimentary transportation services will pick up your spouse and get them to one of our local facilities. There, he or she will be in the hands of our medical staff who share the common goal of wanting them to get well again.
  3. Ensure your family’s stability. When a spouse enters treatment, families are left with a lot of questions, including how to handle the spouse’s employment, if they qualify for FMLA or short-term disability, and how much addiction treatment will cost. RCA can answer all of those questions and more before and while receiving treatment.
  4. Rebuild your family. Addiction leaves a wake of wreckage in its path, but it’s not too late to rebuild your family. We’ll help you deal with the devastation of addiction and give you the hope and confidence that things can change. Family is also encouraged to participate in treatment. RCA has family visitation and provides family therapy, support groups, and more. Through immersive, comprehensive programming, including a thorough aftercare plan to set your spouse up for success, your loved one will leave treatment with the tools and resources necessary to maintain recovery.

I’m a parent: I need help for my child
As a parent, your first instinct is to save your child, no matter what. Your heart doesn’t recognize your son or daughter making deadly choices, hurting the ones he or she loves the most, pushing help away like it’s poison. You see the person he was before this disease.

Being the parent of an addict is heartbreaking. Watching him struggle with a drug or alcohol addiction is like watching him drown. Even though you throw him a life preserver … he’s not getting any closer to the shore, any closer to safety.

You aren’t alone. We know you would do anything to save your child from the disease of addiction. We can help. Here’s how you get started.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY.  A Care Advocate at Recovery Centers of America will help get your child into treatment. Your child doesn’t have to say the words “I’m ready” in order to have successful treatment. Our complimentary certified interventionists will also help get your child into treatment if she or she is resistant to it
  2. Know your child is in a safe place.We know you’ve spent so many sleepless nights agonizing over your child’s safety. Where is he? Is he safe? Is he in pain? Will tonight be the night my worst nightmare comes true? Upon scheduling admission, RCA’s complimentary transportation services will pick up your child and get him to one of our facilities within 2 hours. There, he will be in the hands of our medical staff who share the common goal of helping your child get well again.
  3. Stay involved and supportive. RCA believes in the power of family in treatment – that’s why we encourage and provide family therapy and support groups to rebuild relationships and reconnect with loved ones. We provide services both during inpatient and afterwards, as you are part of the RCA family for life.

I’m concerned for someone in my life
It’s a tough position to be in: You know your parent, colleague, or someone else your life is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction. We know how difficult it can be to get someone the help they need, especially when it’s a parent. You might not know how to deal with an alcoholic parent, but RCA’s Care Advocates and Interventionists do.

It may be uncomfortable but voicing your concerns and offering help could save their life. Here’s what you can do to get the person to help they need.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. Recovery Centers of America abides by HIPPA guidelines and protects patients’ privacy. When you call 1-800-RECOVERY, you can choose to remain anonymous. We will reach out to the individual and keep your identity anonymous. A Care Advocate at Recovery Centers of America will help get your loved one into treatment. The person doesn’t have to say the words “I’m ready” in order to have successful treatment. Our complimentary certified interventionists will also help the person realize they’re struggling with a disease and how beneficial treatment will be.
  2. Relief from financial and employment concerns. Concerns over employment or finances can be a barrier to someone getting treatment. To help, RCA answers questions about employment, FMLA, and short-term disability, and helps walk your loved one through these processes, so they can enter treatment with peace of mind and, upon completion, enter recovery without skipping a beat.
  3. Get treatment in their neighborhood. Odds are the individual wants to be near loved ones while entering addiction treatment – we make that happen. RCA is in your neighborhood and we encourage family members and loved ones to visit and partake in family therapy sessions. This way, you can navigate the road to recovery together.
  4. Stay involved. RCA’s Alumni Association is one of the best ways to sustain and support long-term recovery. There are so many opportunities within the alumni association to promote recovery efforts, including helping others, attending regional recovery meetings and fun events, and helping current patients.

Click who RCA’s addiction experts can help today.

Myself, a Young Adult 18-29

I’m 18-29 years old: I need help
What do you want your life to look like? Are you where you want to be? There’s a lot of pressure in society today. Between social media showing everyone’s seemingly perfect lives and trying to figure out the future, the pressure can be backbreaking. Add drugs or alcohol into the equation, and things get even more complicated.

You feel like no one understands, including your parents, who may be trying to help, but add even more pressure.

You may want help, but don’t know where to turn or how the process works.

Here’s the good news: RCA can help. You can reach recovery. Your family can rebuild trust in you. You can gain your independence. You can have the life you always imagined. It isn’t too late.

Here’s what to do next.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. You’re still mapping out the blueprint for your life. Addiction treatment doesn’t have to interfere with that. The right treatment facility will heal your addiction while helping you navigate the way to your future. With RCA, you’ll get treatment that is effective and engaging, and understands your age group. By calling 1-800-RECOVERY, we can answer any questions you have regarding treatment, insurance, transportation, and more.
  2. Get treatment in your neighborhood. You don’t have to leave your friends and family behind when entering addiction treatment. In fact, RCA strongly believes in having a full support system to help you stay motivated during treatment and recovery. Your loved ones will be able to visit you while in treatment, and if you wish, your family members can attend therapy with you. We’ll help you and your family take the next step together.
  3. Continuing treatment. RCA’s support doesn’t stop once you leave our facility. Your clinical team will help you prepare for life after inpatient treatment, which may include Outpatient Treatment. We’ll set you up with an aftercare plan that’ll keep you engaged and active in your recovery.
  4. Stay involved. RCA’s Alumni Association is one of the best ways to sustain and support long-term recovery. There are so many opportunities within the alumni association to promote your own recovery efforts and helping others, including current patients.

Myself, Age 30-49

I’m 30-49 years old: I need help
In the beginning, it was probably easier to try and hide behaviors associated with a drug or alcohol addiction than to admit to having this disease. But it’s impact your life, your relationships, your job, your kids.

Your future doesn’t have to be driven by addiction.

It’s time to get help. Here’s how.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. You aren’t alone in this fight. Recovery Centers of America believes in you and wants you to get the help you need. With our evidence-based treatment and full staff of addiction professionals, we’ll give you the tools and resources you need to achieve and maintain recovery, so you can get back to enjoying life.
  2. Don’t let Finances and Employment Stop You. We know life continues after you enter treatment. Will your job be there when you complete inpatient treatment? Can you file for FMLA for addiction? RCA can answer all of these questions and more. Our Case Managers and Financial Counselors help you work out those logistics, so you can enter treatment with your mind at ease and, upon completion, renter your life without skipping a beat.
  3. Get treatment in your neighborhood. You don’t have to leave your friends and family behind when entering addiction treatment. In fact, RCA strongly believes in having a full support system to help you stay motivated during treatment and recovery. Your loved ones will be able to visit you while in treatment, and if you wish, your family members can attend therapy with you. We’ll help you and your family figure out how to live a life of recovery together.

Myself, 50+

I’m 50 years old or older: I need help
It can be intimidating to face life’s changes – retirement, becoming an empty nester, death of a family member or spouse. Some adults turn to drugs or alcohol to help them cope. But life is so much better without drugs or alcohol clouding your memories and robbing you of joy.

No matter what stage of life you’re in, it’s always the right time to seek addiction treatment. Here’s what you can do to get started.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. Recovery Centers of America believes in you and wants you to get the help you need. With our evidence-based treatment and full staff of addiction professionals, we’ll give you the tools and resources you need to achieve and maintain recovery, so you can get back to enjoying life. Our Evolutions program is specifically for adults 50 years old and older, meaning you’ll be surrounded by other adults in the same phase of life.
  2. Don’t let Finances and Employment Stop You. We know life continues after you enter treatment. Will your job be there when you complete inpatient treatment? Can you file for FMLA for addiction? RCA can answer all of these questions and more. Our Case Managers and Financial Counselors help you work out those logistics, so you can enter treatment with your mind at ease and, upon completion, renter your life without skipping a beat.
  3. Get treatment in your neighborhood. We know you want to be close with your loved ones – and addiction treatment doesn’t have to interfere with that. We encourage family members and loved ones to visit and partake in family therapy sessions, so you can navigate the road to recovery together.

My Son or Daughter

I’m a parent: I need help for my child
As a parent, your first instinct is to save your child, no matter what. Your heart doesn’t recognize your son or daughter making deadly choices, hurting the ones he or she loves the most, pushing help away like it’s poison. You see the person he was before this disease.

Being the parent of an addict is heartbreaking. Watching him struggle with a drug or alcohol addiction is like watching him drown. Even though you throw him a life preserver … he’s not getting any closer to the shore, any closer to safety.

You aren’t alone. We know you would do anything to save your child from the disease of addiction. We can help. Here’s how you get started.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY.  A Care Advocate at Recovery Centers of America will help get your child into treatment. Your child doesn’t have to say the words “I’m ready” in order to have successful treatment. Our complimentary certified interventionists will also help get your child into treatment if she or she is resistant to it.
  2. Know your child is in a safe place.We know you’ve spent so many sleepless nights agonizing over your child’s safety. Where is he? Is he safe? Is he in pain? Will tonight be the night my worst nightmare comes true? Upon scheduling admission, RCA’s complimentary transportation services will pick up your child and get him to one of our facilities within 2 hours. There, he will be in the hands of our medical staff who share the common goal of helping your child get well again.
  3. Stay involved and supportive. RCA believes in the power of family in treatment – that’s why we encourage and provide family therapy and support groups to rebuild relationships and reconnect with loved ones. We provide services both during inpatient and afterwards, as you are part of the RCA family for life.

My Spouse

I’m a husband or wife: I need help for my spouse
Within your home and your marriage are the two places you should feel the safest. But when your spouse is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, it’s the exact opposite. Emotions run wild, chaos is in every conversation, trust has been replaced with frustration and dislike – especially if children are involved. Having an alcoholic husband or wife takes a toll on everyone involved.

You and your family are suffering the excruciating repercussions of your partner’s substance use disorder. Toxic thoughts consume you: If he cared about me more, he’d be able to stop. If he loved the kids, he’d be able to stop. If I was stronger, I could make him stop. I don’t know how to deal with an alcoholic husband.

All the love in the world can’t stop your spouse’s addiction. He or she needs treatment. And you need clear steps on how to make that happen.  RCA can provide that, and more.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. Don’t spend another day worried whether your spouse is going to come home drunk again or miss your kid’s soccer game for the third week in a row. He or she doesn’t have to say they are ready for treatment for it to be successful. Our complimentary certified interventionists will help your spouse understand the need for treatment and get them to one our facilities today.
  2. Know your spouse is in a safe place. Call 1-800-RECOVERY and Recovery Centers of America’s complimentary transportation services will pick up your spouse and get them to one of our local facilities. There, he or she will be in the hands of our medical staff who share the common goal of wanting them to get well again.
  3. Ensure your family’s stability. When a spouse enters treatment, families are left with a lot of questions, including how to handle the spouse’s employment, if they qualify for FMLA or short-term disability, and how much addiction treatment will cost. RCA can answer all of those questions and more before and while receiving treatment.
  4. Rebuild your family. Addiction leaves a wake of wreckage in its path, but it’s not too late to rebuild your family. We’ll help you deal with the devastation of addiction and give you the hope and confidence that things can change. Family is also encouraged to participate in treatment. RCA has family visitation and provides family therapy, support groups, and more. Through immersive, comprehensive programming, including a thorough aftercare plan to set your spouse up for success, your loved one will leave treatment with the tools and resources necessary to maintain recovery.

Parent, Colleague,
or Other Loved One

I’m concerned for someone in my life
It’s a tough position to be in: You know your parent, colleague, or someone else in your life is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction. We know how difficult it can be to get someone the help they need, especially when it’s a parent. You might not know how to deal with an alcoholic parent, but RCA’s Care Advocates and Interventionists do.

It may be uncomfortable but voicing your concerns and offering help could save their life. Here’s what you can do to get the person to help they need.

  1. Call 1-800-RECOVERY. Recovery Centers of America abides by HIPPA guidelines and protects patients’ privacy. When you call 1-800-RECOVERY, you can choose to remain anonymous. We will reach out to the individual and keep your identity anonymous. A Care Advocate at Recovery Centers of America will help get your loved one into treatment. The person doesn’t have to say the words “I’m ready” in order to have successful treatment. Our complimentary certified interventionists will also help the person realize they’re struggling with a disease and how beneficial treatment will be.
  2. Relief from financial and employment concerns. Concerns over employment or finances can be a barrier to someone getting treatment. To help, RCA answers questions about employment, FMLA, and short-term disability, and helps walk your loved one through these processes, so they can enter treatment with peace of mind and, upon completion, enter recovery without skipping a beat.
  3. Get treatment in their neighborhood. Odds are the individual wants to be near loved ones while entering addiction treatment – we make that happen. RCA is in your neighborhood and we encourage family members and loved ones to visit and partake in family therapy sessions. This way, you can navigate the road to recovery together.
  4. Stay involved. RCA’s Alumni Association is one of the best ways to sustain and support long-term recovery. There are so many opportunities within the alumni association to promote recovery efforts, including helping others, attending regional recovery meetings and fun events, and helping current patients.

Now is the time get addiction treatment
Where there’s addiction, there’s pain and suffering. But this doesn’t have to be the life you live. No matter how consuming your addiction may feel, Recovery Centers of America can help. We’ll help you overcome your addiction, and give you the tools and resources needed to maintain recovery for life. Our patients arrive here feeling broken and scared, but leave completely transformed into confident, strong individuals. We teach skills to help you understand, confront, and cope with your addiction, because addiction is the problem, not the person. We’ll help you heal and begin living a fulfilling life. You can recover.

Our Patients and Their Loved Ones Say it Best

It is a privilege to experience the impact we have on our patients, alumni and their loved ones daily.  Receiving feedback on how their lives have turned around because of the dedicated team at RCA  is something we are proud to share with those in need of treatment services.

Recovery Centers of America is With You Every Step of the Way

Recovery is a journey that differs for everyone, so RCA provides a full continuum of care to ensure we can get you the help you need.  Upon calling Recovery Centers of America, you will partner with a Care Advocate to determine what services are best for you, your lifestyle and your well-being. And, no matter what services RCA provides you, our alumni organization is there with open arms to provide support and a community unlike any other.

Recovery Centers of America is With You Every Step of the Way

Recovery is a journey that differs for everyone, so RCA provides a full continuum of care to ensure we can get you the help you need.  Upon calling Recovery Centers of America, you will partner with a Care Advocate to determine what services are best for you, your lifestyle and your well-being. And, no matter what services RCA provides you, our alumni organization is there with open arms to provide support and a community unlike any other.

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Recovery Centers of America is in your neighborhood

Recovery Centers of America has beautiful, modern facilities where you will focus on your recovery and sleep soundly at night. We want you to recover close to home, and close to your family.  Loved ones are welcome and encouraged to participate in therapy, support groups and alumni events.  At RCA, we know the value of local, neighborhood care, and are proud to offer addiction treatment in Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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