INDIANAPOLIS — Recovery Centers of America opened its ninth inpatient addiction treatment facility in Indianapolis on Monday.
According to RCA, Indiana's growing opioid and alcohol addiction rates combined with the coronavirus pandemic require an aggressive and coordinated treatment approach. The group plans to tackle the state's addiction problem "head-on."
“There is a desperate need for addiction treatment as Indiana’s substance use disorder problem, combined with the increased stress caused by the pandemic, continues to climb to critical levels,” Stephanie L. Anderson, LCSW, the new CEO of RCA in Indianapolis, said.
The new 112-bed RCA treatment center, located at 8530 Township Line Road, is licensed for detox, residential, and outpatient services. The staff is trauma-trained and can guide patients and their families through a process of holistic treatment and recoveryfollowed by a program of support after treatment from active alumni in recovery.
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RCA at Indianapolis will also feature specialty programs, including PRISE, which is for patients who have relapsed. The treatment center also has specialized outpatient services.