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Springstone opens new hospital in Cleveland

October 27, 2015
by Julia Brown, Associate Editor
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Highland Springs, a 72-bed hospital providing behavioral health and addiction treatment, has opened in Cleveland. Operated by Springstone, LLCthe new facility offers inpatient and outpatient services as well as holistic therapies to adults and seniors.

Founded in 2010, Springstone, LLC currently operates 10 hospitals in four states. Last month, the organization finalized the development of Cottonwood Springs in Olathe, Kan. Additionally, site selection has been completed for new facilities in Phoenix; Denver; Columbus, Ohio; Raleigh, N.C.; Oklahoma City and Houston.

"During the past 20 years, more than 450 hospital-based behavioral units and 150 freestanding psychiatric hospitals have closed, creating significant and growing demand for mental health and substance abuse treatment," said Springstone CEO W. Earl Reed in a press statement. "The services provided by our facilities fill an unmet."

Each facility features contemporary architecture, outdoor courtyards and nurturing environments designed for patients in recovery, according to the press statement.