Recovery Cetners of America on Monday announced that it is opening a 112-bed inpatient addiction treatment facility in Indianapolis.
RCA at Indianapolis is licensed for detox, residential and outpatient services, and it will use a treatment model that incorporates family into care. The new facility will also have specialty programs, such as RCA’s Promoting Recovery through Intensive Support and Education (PRISE) initiative for patients who have relapsed.
The program will be led by facility CEO Stephanie L. Anderson, LCSW. Anderson has worked in leadership positions with several healthcare organizations and has also served with the Indiana Department of Correction and the state’s Family and Social Services Administration.
RCA at Indianapolis is the company’s ninth inpatient facility. RCA also operates seven outpatient facilities and five opioid treatment programs in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts and the Chicagoland area in Illinois.