In the Pipeline: Autism Treatment Facilities Opening; SUD Provider Gets New Headquarters

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ABA provider opens new Illinois location

Northbrook, Illinois-based Autism Home Support Services (AHSS), a provider of applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy services, has opened a new location in Rockford, Illinois.

The new center will provide one-on-one, small group and social skills therapy to children 18 months and older with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to the Rock River Times. It will also eventually provide occupational, physical and speech therapy services.

AHSS operates seven centers in Illinois, Colorado and Michigan, including the new Rockford location. It is part of Doylestown, Pennsylvania-based Invo HealthCare, a children’s behavioral health and special education management organization. 

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Caravel Autism Services expands in Illinois

Caravel Autism Services has opened a facility in Rockford, Illinois.

The new center is currently doing evaluations and will open for full client services in March, according to TV station WIFR

Besides Rockford, Caravel operates facilities in five other Illinois locations and has centers in Minnesota and Wisconsin. 

University unveils autism services resource center

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania has opened an autism resources center at the school for community residents and their families.

The Autism Education Center, located inside the university’s Innovation Center, will provide referrals for high-level care, networking opportunities, workshops and training, according to the school’s student newspaper, the Stroud Courier.

It will also provide education resources for teachers. 

Cardinal Autism Services opens new location

Brighton, Colorado-based ABA therapy provider Cardinal Autism Services, which operates programs in five states, has opened a new center in Texas.

The Houston Autism Center, which is located in suburban Sugar Land, serves individuals age 2 to 22. The operator provides both in-clinic and home-based therapy and accepts most private insurance.

Pinnacle Treatment Centers adds new Ohio center

Mt. Laurel, New Jersey-based substance use disorder (SUD) treatment provider Pinnacle Treatment Centers is expanding its services in Ohio, as it has opened a new medication-assisted treatment (MAT) center in Georgetown.

The new center will provide treatment to up to 75 patients a day, Pinnacle CEO Joe Pritchard told the Georgetown News Democrat. It will also accept Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance.

Pinnacle operates facilities in seven states including Ohio. The new center in Georgetown — located southeast of Cincinnati — marks Pinnacle’s 99th facility overall and its 16th in Ohio, according to its website.

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Massachusetts recovery center to move to new HQ

A Northampton, Massachusetts SUD treatment provider will soon have a new building for its headquarters.

The Northampton Recovery Center (NRC), a community center that services the western part of the state, has announced that it will take up residence in a building that previously housed a bakery, and which had been vacant for months, according to Western Mass News.

The move comes after NRC received a state grant to expand its services.

Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers announces several new facilities

Construction is slated to soon begin on a 10,000-square-foot autism center in Terre Haute, Indiana, which will replace an existing facility.

Indianapolis-based Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers, which operates ABA therapy centers in six states including Indiana, will build the new facility, which will be located near Terre Haute Regional Hospital.

The facility, which is scheduled to open in November, will have 55 employees and a capacity of 50 to 60 children ages 15 months to nine years old.

Hopebridge also recently announced plans to open 12 new locations in Colorado in the next 12 to 18 months.

New Utah adolescent facility targets mental health treatment

St. George, Utah will soon gain a mental health facility for adolescents.

Scheduled to open next month, Vive Adolescent Care will provide stabilization and treatment services for up to 50 children, according to the St. George News.

Patients will be able to receive either one-on-one or monthly support services and can stay at the facility for up to 30 days. 

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