The facility specializes in co-occurring conditions including
anxiety, trauma, depression, and bi-polar disorder, among others
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#1800RECOVERY–Today, Recovery
Centers of America (RCA) opens its newest drug and
alcohol rehabilitation facility in Westminster,
which will accept most major insurance plans, and marks RCA’s first
center in Massachusetts.
a Recovery Centers of America company, formerly the Wachusett
Village Inn, will now serve as a specialized, five-star behavioral
health treatment facility at the base of the Wachusett Mountain, less
than 20 miles from the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge.
Westminster provides the finest inpatient long-term treatment programs
for addictions to drugs including opioids, heroin, alcohol, and others,
and co-occurring behavioral health disorders such as anxiety, trauma,
depression, and bipolar disorder.
“At Westminster, we believe in treating the whole person with
customizable programs that address each individual on a clinical and
spiritual level through our RCA iPlan,” says Westminster CEO Jack
Maroney. “Our location allows patients to reconnect with the beauty of
nature while remaining close to home, their families, friends, and
When determining the location of its next campus, RCA chose Westminster
in response to the state’s alarming rise in opioid- and heroin-related
deaths. In 2015 alone, Massachusetts reported
1,531 unintentional overdose deaths.
The center’s unique neighborhood-based treatment model is founded on the
latest scientific research indicating sustained recovery is more likely
when patients stay connected to loved ones during treatment, while
building other, ongoing support networks. The 48 bed in-patient facility
provides world-class treatment including detox, inpatient, outpatient,
and ongoing support services while offering five-star, hotel-like,
residential accommodations. Patients are able to remain in treatment for
a full continuum of care, with continued support services available
through Westminster and RCA’s other locations, helping patients achieve
long-term, meaningful recovery.
The facility at Westminster opens shortly after Recovery Centers of
America unveiled its luxury, five-star addiction and behavioral health
treatment facility at Bracebridge
Hall in Earleville, Maryland – exemplifying the organization’s
growth and commitment to advocate for some 22.7 million Americans
suffering from behavioral health and substance use disorders.
RCA treatment facilities serve as centers of addiction treatment,
spiritual life, and healthy sober living for individuals struggling with
substance use disorder. The centers’ dramatic, contemporary environments
and five-star living arrangements are designed to eradicate the stigma
of addiction, its treatment, and the recovery process.
At Westminster, as with all RCA campuses, patients and their families
will enter a lobby more reminiscent of a hotel than any healthcare
facility. They are immediately greeted by name and taken to a
semi-private room, and have access to the facility’s yoga and fitness
studio, year-round pool, farm-to-table dining, and specialized dietary
planning amenities. The company also provides black car transportation,
intervention, and crisis management services.
If you or a loved one need help, call 1-800-RECOVERY now.
About Recovery Centers of America
Based in King of Prussia, PA, Recovery Centers of America is committed
to advocating for some 22.7 million Americans suffering from behavioral
health and substance use disorders. The company, which is opening
treatment centers throughout the Northeast, is transforming the way
treatment is delivered in an industry in desperate need of change.
Recovery Centers of America’s neighborhood-based Centers for Addiction
Medicine are designed based on the latest scientific research that
indicates sustained recovery is more likely when patients receive
treatment along a continuum of care and stay connected to and supported
by family and friends, while building other, ongoing support networks.
By allowing patients to receive treatment in an atmosphere more akin to
a college campus with Starbucks-like appeal, Recovery Centers of America
helps overcome the stigma of addiction and its treatment, which is
essential to meaningful recovery.
To contact Recovery Centers of America, please call: 1-800-RECOVERY
Recovery Centers of America
President of Business Development