Berwyn Fire/EMS receives $40,000 donation from Recovery Centers of America
By Newsdesk
January 17, 2020

BERWYN, PA - The Berwyn Fire Company was presented with a donation in the amount of $40,000 from Recovery Centers of America (RCA) located in the Devon section of Easttown Township, Chester County. This donation will directly support the fire and emergency medical services that the volunteers and career staff at Berwyn provide to Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships on a daily basis. This marks the 2nd year in a row that RCA was able to present this special donation after providing $25,000 in 2019.

As a non-profit organization we depend on the generous support of citizens and businesses to operate. Along with municipal support we receive from Tredyffrin Township and Easttown Township and medical billing reimbursement, donations represent a critical component of our income to maintain our service delivery.

Berwyn crews responded over 130 times to RCA in delivering emergency services during the past year. A grand total of 1,012 fire calls and 2,363 EMS calls were handled in 2019, with 92% of those incidents occurring within the Tredyffrin / Easttown community.

Berwyn Fire Chief Eamon Brazunas and Berwyn EMS Captain Michael Baskin were presented with the check by Recovery Centers of America at Devon CEO Steve Wicke. The Berwyn Fire Company greatly appreciates the support of Brian O'Neill, founder and CEO of Recovery Centers of America, and the entire RCA team.

The core mission of RCA 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


Pattymacs January 17, 2020 at 9:04 PM
Great job guys