Community Medical Services opens locations in Arizona, Wisconsin
Scottsdale, Arizona-based Community Medical Services, which operates medication-assisted treatment (MAT) clinics in several states, has opened two new opioid treatment programs (OTPs), one in Phoenix, Arizona, and one in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The South Milwaukee location opened in October, and the Phoenix facility opened earlier this month. Both provide services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
With the two new centers, Community Medical Services now operates 44 clinics across nine states. The provider, which is backed by Clearview Capital, also plans to open five new locations in the near future, with one in East Cleveland, Ohio, coming in the next few weeks, according to a press release.
MindPath Care Centers expands footprint in North Carolina
Durham, North Carolina-based MindPath Care Centers, the state’s largest provider of outpatient mental and behavioral health care services, has opened a new center in Greensboro.
The facility has a staff of 10 providing treatment services for substancvec use disorder (SUD), eating disorders and a variety of mental and behavioral disorders including anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder, according to the Triad Business Journal.
MindPath operates 11 centers throughout North Carolina, and it accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and most major insurance plans.
Braden Counseling Center opens new Illinois facility
Sycamore, Illinois-based Braden Counseling Center (BCC), which provides SUD and counseling services to individuals, couples, and families throughout northern Illinois, has opened its latest center in the town of Oregon, located between Chicago and the Quad Cities region.
The Oregon facility specializes in SUD treatment services as well as counseling for anxiety, bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder among various behavioral conditions, according to a press release.
The Oregon location brings the number of BCC-operated facilities to six.
Kentucky behavioral provider opens new treatment center
Compass Health of Kentucky now has a second location in Lexington. The recent addition is focused specifically on providing individual counseling and family therapy services, according to Kentucky trade publication The Lane Report.
The new Lexington location, Compass Behavioral Health, opened in October, about seven months after the opening of Compass’s first location Compass Addiction Services, which provides MAT for individuals struggling with dependencies to substances such as opioids, alcohol and nicotine.
Providence Treatment expands into Hawaii
Media, Pennsylvania-based Providence Treatment, a SUD treatment provider, has expanded outside the continental US with the opening of its newest facility in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The Honolulu location is Providence’s third overall. It will provide SUD programs of varying intensities to help Hawaiins kick addiction.
Providence’s co-founder and CEO, William Heran, previously worked as a clinician in Hawaii, which helped drive his decision to add the new facility.
Providence also has a fourth facility, which will provide sober living residence services, scheduled to open later this year in Philadelphia, according to a press release.