Berwyn Fire/EMS Speak About Impact of Recovery Centers of America
 
By Newsdesk
December 5, 2018
 

BERWYN, PA - The Berwyn Fire Company took part in a community forum on Wednesday, December 5th at the Easttown Library & Information Center that talked about Recovery Centers of America Devon (RCA) and the impact it is having on local fire, EMS and police services. In particular, Berwyn volunteers and career staff have responded to over 90 medical emergencies to this facility since the beginning of the year.

Berwyn Fire Chief Eamon Brazunas, Berwyn EMS Captain Michael Baskin, Easttown Township Police Department Chief of Police David Obzud and RCA CEO Steve Wicke rounded out the panel. Easttown Township Supervisor James Oram served as the moderator during the forum. Residents from Easttown and Tredyffrin Townships were present for this informative event.

This also was an opportunity to learn about the services provided by RCA, which is focused on helping those suffering from addiction. Addiction affects people of all ages and lifestyles—posing a range of psychological and physical health challenges. The team at RCA serves individuals dealing with all forms of substance abuse (alcohol and drugs, with a particular focus on opioids) by designing a customized treatment protocol by age and life situation.

To learn more about the important work of RCA you can visit their website at https://recoverycentersofamerica.com We thank CEO Steve Wicke and the entire RCA team for their collaboration and constant communication since opening.

 
Berwyn Fire Chief Eamon Brazunas and Berwyn EMS Captain Michael Baskin with Recovery Centers of America Devon CEO Steve Wicke.
Berwyn Fire Chief Eamon Brazunas and Berwyn EMS Captain Michael Baskin with Recovery Centers of America Devon CEO Steve Wicke.