Recovery Centers of America announced that Theresa Donovan, of Malden, has joined the Danvers facility as its quality manager. Donovan will be responsible for compliance and quality control across the entire facility, including patient care and administration.
“Theresa’s legal and health care expertise, along with her desire to help others on their journey to sobriety, makes her an ideal fit for our growing Danvers team,” said Recovery Centers of America-Danvers CEO Laura Ames. “We have no greater responsibility than the care and safety of every individual we treat and employ.”
Prior to joining RCA, Donovan served as program director for Vinfen Corporation, where she managed administration, regulatory compliance and clinical operation of group residences for adults with developmental disabilities. Before that, she was a quality improvement support coordinator at The May Institute, a nonprofit organization that provides educational and rehabilitative services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and developmental disabilities. Donovan continues her support of the The May Institute Inc. as a volunteer attorney. In this capacity, she works closely with individuals to ensure that they receive fair and just legal services for issues involving civil law, health insurance and health care policy.
Donovan earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northeastern University and a Juris Doctor degree and health law certificate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. She resides in Malden.
RCA provides quality addiction treatment that is accessible and affordable — including medically-monitored detoxification, inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment — throughout Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland. The company is based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.