EARLEVILLE, M.D. – Earlier in the month, Recovery Centers of America’s Bracebridge Hall cut the ribbon on their multi-million-dollar expansion of its treatment facility on a 500-acre property that sits along the Sassafras River in Earleville.
The private drug treatment program now has a 40,000-square-foot addition to their primary facility, which includes more bedrooms, meeting spaces and offices. The $7 million expansion will grow Bracebridge’s clientele from 39 to 108 clients. The expansion took roughly 14 months to complete.
“We believe in a family approach to everything that we do,” Bracebridge CEO Domenica Personti said to the crowd. “So not only are we treating the individual that’s here, we try to treat the families as a unit and serve our communities. I’m very grateful to be a part of Cecil County. We consider this our home.”