Recovery Centers of America launches outpatient treatment programs

Recovery Centers of America launches outpatient treatment programs

Originally posted in the Greenville Journal on June 20, 2024 by Megan Fitzgerald

Recovery Centers of America now offers outpatient services out of its newly expanded treatment facility in Greenville. 

A ribbon cutting for the new 6,100-square-foot outpatient facility was held June 19. The facility is located at 47 Fisherman Lane.

“RCA plays a crucial role in healing those affected by substance use disorder in our community by providing essential support on their path to recovery,” said Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette during the ribbon cutting.

RCA at Greenville provides comprehensive addiction treatment services. Its new outpatient treatment services include two program options: 

  1. Partial hospitalization program – A program for people struggling with addiction but do not require hospitalization or inpatient treatment.
  2. Intensive outpatient program – A program for people wanting to work on recovery while maintaining a job, family and other commitments 

Through the partial hospitalization program, patients meet at the Greenville treatment facility five days a week for 6.5 hours each day. They receive group therapy, individual sessions, family therapy and medical interventions. 

The intensive outpatient program has the same structured routine as the other outpatient program but doesn’t require attendance in a full-day program. Patients meet three times a week, morning or evening, for three hours each day.

“Our dedicated team of talented medical professionals is committed to delivering personalized treatment and support to every individual we serve,” said Lisa Goodnough, CEO of RCA at Greenville. “Together, we are making a profound difference in the lives of those seeking recovery and healing.”

RCA opened its Greenville center in September 2023 to help patients recover from addiction. The facility’s second tower recently opened in April, adding 28 additional inpatient beds. 

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