RCA Fills Critical Housing Need in Little Rock
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RCA Fills Critical Housing Need in Little Rock

Recovery Centers of Arkansas responds to local need by adding an additional 16 long-term housing beds to its substance abuse care continuum.

Sober living is long-term housing with outpatient support services. Residents have close access to RCA’s comprehensive counseling and support along the way, giving them a better chance of success in their recovery. RCA’s model offers sober living after more intensive services for a better transition to life in recovery.

The RCA team has been eager to expand sober living because of the high demand for this service in Little Rock. And with better treatment outcomes associated with outpatient care, we want to offer this service to as many people as possible.

The program is set to open mid-September, and will be the first of several services to open on RCA’s new south Little Rock campus off of Sibley Hole Road.

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The Cottage at Sibley Hole