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CPI acquires Assurance in Arizona

March 2, 2017
by Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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Not-for-profit Community Partners, Inc. (CPI) has acquired Assurance Health and Wellness in Arizona. Assurance, formerly a wholly owned subsidiary of Sinfonía HealthCare Corporation, offers primary care as well as behavioral health services at several clinic sites.

According to the announcement, the combined agency will be one of the largest providers of mental health services in the state. CPI offers a range of services from housing support to case management to crisis stabilization, and officials say the Assurance deal will bring economies of scale and expanded resources.

Assurance’s integrated clinics are licensed to provide primary medical care combined with mental health services under one roof, and they serve nearly 7,000 patients. 

 

 

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