Recovery Centers of America (RCA) is the latest in-network substance use disorder (SUD) treatment provider available to members of the Massachusetts-based Tufts Health Plan.
Recovery Centers of America is an addiction treatment network with facilities in Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. Tufts Health Plan members will have access to two facilities, one north of Boston in Danvers and one west of Boston in Westminster.
Collectively, the facilities can treat nearly 250 patients.
“Our goal is to always provide our members with high quality, accessible care, close to their homes,” Emily Bailey, Tufts Health Plan vice president of Behavioral Health, said. “Creating this relationship with RCA was very important to us because it not only expands our network, but it also helps us continue to serve our members suffering from substance use disorder as well as their families with a treatment plan tailored to their needs.”
Tufts Health Plan covers 1.4 million members in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut through employer-sponsored health plans, Medicare, Medicaid, and marketplace plans.
The plan covers RCA’s full range of substance use disorder services and specialty treatment programs. The company offers evidence-based treatment that can include the family and is close to home.