Pipeline: New Discovery, Odyssey Behavioral Facilities; Oceans Healthcare, Spero Health Expand Footprints

Discovery Behavioral Health opens Maryland behavioral health center

Discovery Behavioral Health has opened a new facility in Crownsville, Maryland devoted exclusively to mental health treatment.

Los Alamitos, California-based Discovery operates more than 100 centers nationwide for mental health, substance abuse and eating disorder treatment services. Its newest facility in suburban Baltimore features two residences for adults being treated for conditions such as trauma, anxiety, depression, self-harm and bipolar disorder. The new facility is gender-inclusive, with expected treatment times for patients running from 30-60 days.

Discovery is a portfolio company of the private equity firm Webster Capital.


Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare expands residential campus in Florida

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare has expanded its Lifeskills South Florida campus to add another more beds. The residential treatment center for behavioral health and addiction patients is located near Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Backed by The Carlyle Group, Odyssey specializes in intensive residential behavioral health treatment, with more than 20 locations in eight states. 

Located in Deerfield Beach, Florida, the new North Campus at Lifeskills South Florida houses 16 beds and has fully equipped kitchens, as well as common and private spaces for patients.


Spero Health opens Kentucky clinic

Nashville, Tennessee-based Spero Health, a provider of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment services, has opened a new clinic in Ashland, Kentucky.

The office-based opioid treatment program (OTP) will provide telehealth and in-person assistance to individuals in Boyd County. It accommodates walk-ins as well as appointments, according to a press release.

Spero is one of the nation’s largest office-based opioid treatment providers (OTPs), with more than 45 clinics throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. It is privately held by Heritage Group, Health Velocity Capital, South Central, Inc. and Frist Cressey Ventures.

Oceans Healthcare adds behavioral hospitals in Texas, Louisiana

Plano, Texas-based Oceans Healthcare has opened two new facilities — an inpatient psychiatric hospital in Amarillo, Texas, and an inpatient and outpatient behavioral health hospital in Shreveport, Louisiana.

The new center in Amarillo treats adults 50 and older in the Texas Panhandle city, providing individual and group therapies, medication management, mental health education and treatment for co-occurring health issues, according to a press release.

For the other facility, Oceans has partnered with Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport to open Louisiana Behavioral Hospital. The facility serves patients 18 and older and also has plans to later in the year add geriatric services as well as an intensive outpatient program, according to a separate press release announcing the opening.

Oceans is a behavioral health provider with more than 20 hospitals and 29 treatment locations across the Southeast, with locations across Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. It’s backed by the venture capital company General Catalyst Partners.

Monte Nido opens Oregon facility

Monte Nido & Affiliates, a private equity-backed national operator of eating disorder recovery centers, has opened its latest location in Portland, Oregon.

The Monte Nido Portland residential center is open to all genders and provides treatment for anorexia and bulimia, as well as services related exercise dependency, co-occurring substance use, trauma and psychiatric presentations, according to a press release announcing the news.

The new Portland location increases the number of centers operated by Miami-based Monte Nido to 30 across 12 states. The latest center is Monte Nido’s third in Oregon.

The company is owned by Levine Leichtman Capital Partners.

Oswego Health opens behavioral health facility

Oswego Health has opened up a new behavioral health facility in Oswego, New York.

The 42,000-square foot Lakeview Center for Mental Health and Wellness houses 32 beds for inpatient and outpatient care and serves adult and senior patients. The property had previously been home to a grocery store and was renovated with the assistance of a $13 million grant from the New York State Department of Health.

Oswego Health is a not-for-profit health care system serving the Oswego, New York area.

Prism Autism Services expands in New Mexico

A new facility for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has opened its doors in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Prism Autism Services has opened a 63,000-square foot center that offers applied behavioral analysis (ABA). The new facility is only the second ABA therapy center in Santa Fe, according to the Santa Fe New Mexican.

The center currently has a staff of nine and services children ages 2 to 10. Prism also offers clinic-based ABA services in Albuquerque and Los Lunas, New Mexico, in addition to providing home-based ABA.

Virginia treatment provider opens its latest facility

The Master Center for Addiction Medicine, a Glen Allen, Virginia-based addiction treatment provider, has added its second location in the state with its opening of a new facility in Gloucester.

Located in the Virginia Beach metropolitan area, the Gloucester center provides outpatient services, including medication assisted treatment (MAT), detox programs and psychiatry. Services are available to both individuals and families.

The center was previously known as the Virginia Center for Addiction Medicine before changing its name last year.

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