KOP’s Recovery Centers of America Help Addicts Get Back on Their Feet

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Just a year since its founding, Recovery Centers of America (RCA) has jumped to its feet and is about to open its second facility dedicated to helping drug and alcohol addicts get back on their feet.

The King of Prussia company pioneering a neighborhood-based addiction treatment model that connects patients with family and friends during their recovery is nearing a July unveiling of $13.7 million in renovations to the 24,000-square-foot Bracebridge Hall, according to a Philadelphia Business Journal report by John George. Bracebridge is located on 557 acres in Earleville, Md.

RCA was founded last year with a $231.5 million investment by the Deerfield Management Co., and has quickly accumulated eight properties in the Northeast. Bracebridge Hall will be RCA’s second facility to open, and the firm plans to finish renovations on three more sites yet this year.

Click here to read more about the impending RCA mansion and other corporate ambitions in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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