A new addiction recovery center is not only rescuing jobs lost in Devon but also lives caught in the trap of heroin, opioids, and alcohol.
What was previously Devon Manor is set to reopen as Recovery Centers of America’s fifth facility in June, and management is busy hiring 200 employees for the rescue effort, according to a Daily Local News report by Brian McCullough.
One of those employees, RCA’s Devon CEO, will help “change the way behavioral healthcare patients are treated in the United States,” RCA Founder Brian O’Neill said.
“Devon will be the most modern, comprehensive, single drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility in the world. We are looking for a world-class healthcare executive and are willing to compensate appropriately.”
Though headquartered in King of Prussia, RCA doesn’t have another treatment facility in the state until now, and it will be one of the nation’s largest at 200,000 square feet.
That’s enough space to house 250 beds for rehab and detox, with another 42 beds for sober living and outpatient services.
RCA is also hiring nurses, therapists, and other addiction treatment and administrative professionals. Read more about the new center in the Daily Local News here.