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Summit BHC makes third deal in Pennsylvania

March 15, 2016
by Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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Summit BHC has acquired Turning Point, a 106-bed addiction treatment center in Franklin, Pa.—Summit’s third facility in Pennsylvania.

“With this acquisition, Summit now has a presence throughout the state and is committed to providing the highest level of treatment services statewide,” Trey Carter, CEO and founder of Summit BHC, said in a statement.

The company currently owns and operates seven addiction treatment centers nationwide, including the recently acquired Mountain Laurel property in Tioga County, Pa., and St. Joseph Institute outside of State College, Pa.

Established in 1997, Turning Point’s main campus is located on 24 wooded acres overlooking the Allegheny River and includes a detoxification unit and men’s short and long-term treatment programs. The detoxification unit is licensed for 14 clients, and the treatment program can accommodate 54 men.

Freedom Center for women is located approximately three miles from the main campus, with capacity for 28 women. Freedom Center is home to both short-term and long-term treatment programs.

Turning Point’s payer mix includes commercial insurance and self-pay.