Recovery Centers of America at Devon

4.3 (31 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
235 W Lancaster Ave
Devon, PA 19333
8555805748 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Our addiction treatment philosophy centers around offering evidence-based, individualized treatment solutions for individuals and families struggling with drug and alcohol addiction as well as co-occurring disorders. With an individualized approach to addiction treatment and a comprehensive continuum of care, we heal patients and their families from a life of active addiction and alcoholism to a life of hope and healing. We deliver comprehensive addiction treatment services in a safe and comfortable environment. Our addiction treatment services include drug and alcohol detoxification, individual and group therapy, family counseling services for both patient and family, case management, life skills training, 12 Step education, psychiatric care, individualized aftercare planning, and recovery resources designed to support patients for life. With evidence-based treatment practices at each one of our neighborhood-based locations, we offer each patient and their family the highest quality addiction treatment services and an opportunity to heal, regain hope, rebuild and recover – for life

Recovery Centers of America at Devon Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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The facility ignores the family unless it is regarding payment or insurance. Strength: Kept Alcohol away from the patients. Weakness: no empathy towards the family. Calls go un answered.


Created great relationships with peers, worked through personal issues, extended knowledge of Big Book.


All the staff are very, very personable! Walks outside or in a park would be great!


Strengths: Everything from the state of the art gym, yoga and bio-bed. The level of care you receive by the nurses, is second to none.


All good.


Certain staff had a strong ability to relate to my experience and were able to understand my situation.


No clocks in Prise program.


Holistic treatment. Need to improve meals and nutrition.


The Prise program really helped me and the counselors were great.


Strengths: Food, cleanliness. Weaknesses: Staff is overworked and not enough staff members for the number of patients.


The staff is very supportive and most, if not all are in recovery themselves. The Prise program has been fantastic and has given me the opportunity to learn and grow in ways I never thought possible.


The whole facility should be like PRISE program. Need more staff and a lot of people's belongings go missing. I really enjoyed the staff and prise program.


Strengths: Art and Yoga. Comfortable rooms (the best of any rehab I've ever been). Weaknesses: Disorganization in admissions. Nurses not on the same page. RSS staff not all on the same page. Lack of l...


I have a lot of respect and appreciation to the staff at RCA for their help and accommodations for my recovery and every ones else's recovery.


Too much sweets and carbs. More snacks on the floor (graham crackers, etc.)


I enjoy this treatment center. The staff are always helpful and diligent in keeping focused in our recovery.


Good common areas/lounges. Some very highly committed staff. Very good gym. Need more outside recreation space. Not always the cleanest common areas.


The PRISE program was a fantastic experience, recommend highly.


Once I switched to PRISE program my experience was considerably better. Prior to PRISE, I spent 9 days on the 6th floor without a single meeting with my assigned therapist. Several requests later I me...


Everyone was kind helpful.


Elevator issues on 3rd floor and cigarette breaks are a pain in the a**.


Everything is great.


It was overall good.


Staff is always made available if you ever have questions or concerns. They knowledge among them is unmatched and the passion to help others is truly inspiring.


Overall, A very good experience. The staff genuinely cares about the individuals experience and recovery.


Worth the cost. High professionalism. Needs more family participation.


The care was excellent and got an amazing education about my addiction. They were able to answer all of my questions during my first visit to treatment. I felt that everything was all inclusive at thi...


Very safe and comfortable. Could improve family participation.


Horrible. Not based on any clinical data. Patients don't receive treatment. She said she liked it better and wants more. No CBT, no DBT, some 12 step, lots of frequent flyers. RSS are hardly there for...


The treatment experience takes place in a facility that takes a 5-star approach to maintenance and presentation. The facility overall, and especially patient rooms, is constantly maintained to create ...


Excellent facility! Felt like I was at a Five star hotel! My counselor was great and helped me to begin my journey of self acceptance. 12-step programming was great. Yoga & Reiki was excellent and ins...

Areas of Focus

Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Intensive Outpatient

Patients who undergo intensive outpatient treatment continue to live at home and sometimes go to school or work while participating in a highly structured treatment protocol that is focused on ending substance abuse. Programs vary in terms of how much treatment patients receive, how often and for how long. Some facilities design individualized intensive outpatient treatment programs.

Alumni Testimonials
  • I was referred to Recovery Centers of America during the time I was struggling. Their reception was warm and welcoming. Unfortunately, I've been to a lot of treatment centers. And compared to other ones I've been, this was a little bit more hospitable and a lot more friendly. It wasn't the same sterile kind of hospital room feel I got. Somebody came and picked me up at my house, which was amazing. And the guy who picked me up, I actually became quite close with while I was there. So literally from beginning to end of the experience, it was quite nice. I came in with a hatred towards a Higher Power and 12 Steps and was not even thinking about going towards the 12 Steps because recovery centers bases their motto after the 12 Steps, which I've come to find my way back to. Somebody gave me different versions of the 12 Steps, told me other ways to recovery and were very supportive of whatever direction recovery I was going. I wanted recovery, they didn't care what kind. They were willing to back me up on it.
  • The staff at Recovery Centers of America were kind and courteous. I had great interactions with them. They were very informative and I liked the fact that their recovery support specialist were former addicts in the Recovery as well so it was easy to talk and to relate to them. I also liked that we did a patient-led Big Book Study every night. That was very useful. I'm 38 years old and I've been in addiction for 20 years. This is the first time in 20 years that I think I'm overcoming the addiction because of RCA. And because of the hard work I've been putting into going to meetings. Recovery really got it through our heads. There was a lot of education that I did that was very valuable.
Key Staff Members
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    Steve Wicke - Chief Executive Officer

    Steve has forged a national reputation for executive healthcare leadership and strategic planning with two decades of experience in operational leadership, financial oversight and strategic development focused on systems and programs. From Philadelphia to Alaska, Steve has led multi-disciplinary teams of mental health professionals providing comprehensive behavioral healthcare services in all aspects of residential operations. Stellar local reputation, having built one of most successful drug and alcohol treatment centers in PA leading a staff of more than 650 in multiple locations.

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    Michael Ogden - Executive Director

    Michael brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and skill to Devon. Over the course of his career, Michael has held clinical, operations, marketing and a variety of leadership roles. He’s been the Executive Director, Program Director or Administrator of several organizations working with both adults and adolescents. Michael holds a BA in Psychology from Saint Leo University and Master of Public Health from Drexel University. Michael is also a US Navy Veteran.

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    Luke English - Clinical Director

    Luke has a range of experience providing direct supervision of clinical supervisors and counselors, case managers and support staff across a multitude of treatment methods and therapeutic interventions. Over 12 years of clinical oversight promoting improved patient care and retention working with individuals, families, referrals, and payers.

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    Caroline McWilliams, MD - Medical Director

    Dr. McWilliams is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine. She trained in Internal Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. McWilliams is Board certified in Internal Medicine and has been practicing since 2007. She has served as an attending physician for the Department of Public Health at a community health center in Philadelphia and the Medical Director at Inglis House, a nursing home in Philadelphia, PA. Her interest includes addiction medicine and treating patients with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. She acted as the lead Physician at Malvern institute, a drug and alcohol rehab facility in Malvern, PA. She has served as the Medical Director at Recovery Center of America in Devon, PA a comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility, since August 2017.