Summit BHC opened its Twin Lakes Recovery Center in Monroe, Ga., a 55-bed residential treatment facility and its first location in Georgia. The organization also announced the opening of an outpatient program.
During a recent behavioral healthcare related event, healthcare Attorney, Harry Nelson, talks about the fraud and questionable practices in the behavioral health industry and how it's impacting the cost of healthcare services.
Centerstone and Kentucky-based Seven Counties have announced their intent to merge, with the two organizations operating as affiliates. The deal between the two “kindred spirits” has been in the works for a few years.
Seattle-based Sound Mental Health announced today that Patrick C. Evans has been selected as its new CEO, beginning June 13. He replaces David Stone, who announced his retirement after 26 years of service as CEO.
Following up on its announcement that it would consider dismissing violators of its ethics code from the association, the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers has unveiled new complaint procedures.
Currently, Foundations has 19 locations with three more in the pipeline, bringing its total portfolio to five states. A forthcoming outpatient center in Chicago will mark its first venture into Illinois.
The iconic Father Martin's Ashley is officially undergoing a rebranding today, and the program will now be known as Ashley Addiction Treatment. But the leaders of the organization emphasize that the move represents no departure from its core values.
Unfortunately, state regulators haven't gotten the memo on industry growth and were caught short-handed in policing all of the new market entrants—especially in addiction treatment hot spots, such as California and Florida.