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RCA opens Maryland center with executive program

October 6, 2016
by Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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New startup Recovery Centers of America (RCA) announced the opening of its Bracebridge Hall treatment facility in Earleville, Md. The 550 acre property, which was previously used as a private hunting and fishing estate, includes 39 beds.

Therapists, counselors and medical doctors deliver treatment for a variety of substance use disorders, along with treatment for behavioral health issues such as anxiety, trauma, depression and bipolar disorder. Treatment regimens incorporate yoga, spinning, tennis, music and art therapies, peer recovery support services, personal fitness training and massage therapy.

Additionally, Bracebridge Hall is the site of the executive treatment program geared toward business leaders who need to run their businesses while in treatment.

This fall, RCA is also launching an addiction treatment center in Danvers, Mass., which will include a drop-in center open to anyone seeking treatment information.

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