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Private equity firm Cimarron Healthcare Capital announced it has acquired Utah-based Ascent Behavioral Health in partnership with Monroe Capital and Veronis Suhler Stevenson.
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The Fellowship House, a private, not-for-profit provider of treatment for SUD and co-occurring problems, in Anna, Illinois, announced it is joining with Centerstone, a not-for-profit mental health and substance use disorder treatment provider with operations in six states.
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As part of the deal, Discovery is adding two executives to the San Diego facility’s staff.
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The new $40 million project will add 150 beds for inpatient mental healthcare.
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Dexter Braff, MBA, MS, told Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat attendees that with private equity investors pouring money into the autism space, there’s an opportunity for strategic investors to create a competitive advantage.
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The deal for Residence XII, a mental health residential program for teens and young adult women, complements Newport Academy’s recent acquisition of an all-male program in Washington.
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The 111-bed Recovery Centers of America at Raritan Bay is the Philadelphia-based company’s seventh inpatient facility to open in the Northeast region within the past three years.
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Seaside Healthcare has announced the acquisition of Strategic Interventions, a North Carolina-based mental health services company.
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The deal between Indianapolis-based companies, expected to close Dec. 31, is Community's third behavioral health-related initiative of the year.
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Discovery Behavioral Health, a national mental health services provider based in Orange County, California, announced on Friday that it has acquired Authentic Recovery Center (ARC) in West Los Angeles.
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Kevin Taggart, CM&AP, discusses the overall decline of behavioral healthcare merger and acquisition activity in the third quarter of 2019, as well as why deals for autism services have gone against that trend
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