Pinnacle Treatment Centers adds three Ohio locations
Pinnacle Treatment Centers has added three new addiction treatment centers in Ohio.
The new facilities will specialize in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone and accept Medicaid. The locations in Athens, Hamilton and Solon bring Pinnacle’s total number of outpatient opioid addiction treatment centers in the Buckeye State up to 19.
Headquartered in New Jersey, Pinnacle provides the full range of MAT services. It has more than 115 locations across eight states and specializes in Medicaid-reimbursed MAT using methadone. It also accepts Medicare and commercial insurance, in addition to offering self-pay options.
Pinnacle is owned by the health care private equity firm Linden Capital Partners.
Caravel expands in Wisconsin
Caravel Autism Health has opened a new facility in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
The new autism therapy center will serve children ages 2 to 18 who are on the autism spectrum.
Caravel is a Midwestern autism services provider that’s backed by the Seattle-based PE and venture capital firm Frazier Healthcare Partners. It has nearly 40 locations across Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota. Its facilities specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of children with autism, and its services offered include customized applied behavioral analysis (ABA).
New inpatient SUD center in Massachusetts
Massachusetts has a new inpatient rehabilitation facility.
Clearbrook Treatment Centers opened in Baldwinville earlier this month. The facility is located in a former school for orphans with behavioral health needs.
The renovated 35,000-square-foot building includes a detox unit, a clinical building and several residential cottages, each of which has eight single rooms. Clearbrook Massachusetts will offer dual diagnosis services for SUD and mental health disorders.
Clearbrook Treatment Centers also has an inpatient SUD treatment facility in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.
Native American Connections opens behavioral health center
Native American Connections (NAC) has opened a new behavioral health and supportive housing campus in Phoenix, Arizona.
The organization provides behavioral health, affordable housing and community development services that are culturally appropriate for Native Americans.
NAC’s new behavioral health center, called Patina Mountain Preserve Wellness Center, will have 28 beds and treat those with SUD and behavioral health needs. The facility will incorporate Native American ceremonies and take a holistic approach to healing.
Meanwhile, the supporting housing complex, called Dunlap Pointe Housing Community, will have 54 permanent supportive housing units, which are targeted to veterans experiencing homelessness.
The two centers will be colocated on the same campus.
“The colocation of Dunlap Pointe with Patina Mountain Preserve offers the opportunity to end someone’s homelessness while also providing easy access to help a resident with their substance use and behavioral health needs,” Diane Yazzie Devine, CEO of NAC, said in a press release announcing the news.