Addiction treatment center’s admissions shut down by Mass. over safety concerns

The state shut down admissions at an inpatient addiction treatment center, citing “concerns regarding patient care and safety.”

The state of Massachusetts shut down admissions at one of Recovery Centers of America’s inpatient addiction treatment centers on Friday, citing “concerns regarding patient care and safety.”

The Department of Public Health took the step after the death a week earlier of a patient who was being treated at the facility in the town of Danvers, north

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