Recovery Centers of America Observes International Overdose Awareness Day Across the East Coast

The organization that provides the finest inpatient and outpatient
drug and alcohol addiction treatment will participate in awareness
events addressing the United States’ addiction epidemic

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tomorrow, Wednesday, August 31, Recovery
Centers of America
(RCA) will participate in a variety of
public events to bring attention to International
Overdose Awareness Day

The company, which provides the finest inpatient
and outpatient
drug and alcohol treatment, operates Lighthouse,
a RCA company, in Mays Landing, New Jersey, with two sites to open in
the Greater Boston area and one in Cecil County, Maryland this fall.
RCA’s network of recovery campuses will become beacons of learning and
change within the communities they serve. They will be centers of
sobriety, treatment, spiritual life, and healthy sober living for both
individuals and families in recovery.

Committed to changing the way addiction is treated in the United States,
RCA provides a unique, full-service, neighborhood model that allows
patients to receive a full continuum of care close to home. In addition,
RCA delivers customized treatment through the RCA
, which is based on an individual’s unique needs. All
treatment programs incorporate evidence-based treatment modalities in
five-star settings that remove the stigma of addiction from patients and
their families.

International Overdose Awareness Day is an annual global event held on
August 31. With the goal of reducing the stigma of drug-related deaths,
International Overdose Awareness Day acknowledges the profound sadness
and loss felt by families and friends and strives to spread the message
that the tragedy of overdose death is preventable. This year marks the 15th
International Overdose Awareness Day has been observed.

“We are privileged to employ the brightest minds in drug and alcohol
addiction treatment,” said Chief Clinical Officer of Recovery Centers of
America Dr. Deni Carise. “But more importantly, our team is comprised of
compassionate leaders who strongly tie their success to our patients’
ability to achieve lifelong, meaningful recovery. As such, our team is
committed to raising awareness within our communities and showing that
overdose deaths are entirely preventable.”

Representatives from Recovery Centers of America will participate in a
variety of International Overdose Awareness Day events from
Massachusetts to Maryland, including the following public events:



New Jersey:


Event attendees will receive purple ribbons and recovery bracelets from
Recovery Centers of America’s representatives.

If you or someone you love needs 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 the 22+ million Americans suffering from 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 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, an essential
component to assisting individuals in treatment and entering long term
meaningful recovery.

For more information visit,
dial 1-800-RECOVERY or visit


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Recovery Centers of America
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Marketing Officer

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Katie Kennedy
Vice President