Pipeline: Caravel Autism Health Expands in Multiple States Under Various Brands

Caravel Autism Health adds another Midwestern location Caravel Autism Health has announced the addition of a new center in greater Duluth, Minnesota. The new location, set to open in December, is the ninth Caravel has opened in the state since 2019.  Caravel is a private equity-backed autism services provider based in the Midwest. It specializes […]

Acadia Leaders Tout Growing Demand, Opportunities within Acute Care Service Line 

Despite the growing popularity of outpatient care within the behavioral health industry, Acadia Healthcare (Nasdaq: ACHC) remains bullish about the acute care setting.  As Acadia’s largest services line, acute care accounts for about 47% of the behavioral health giant’s US revenue. And it seems demand and opportunities in the acute care space are only on […]

Pipeline: MAT Expansions at SaVida, Spero Health; Monte Nido Enters Second Southeastern State

Monte Nido expands into second Southeastern state Monte Nido & Affiliates has opened a new residential eating disorder treatment center in Georgia. With the new facility, which is located just outside of Atlanta, the provider has planted its second flag in the Southeast. Malibu, California-based Monte Nido is a private equity-backed eating disorder treatment provider […]

Ashley Addiction Treatment’s New CEOs Plot Course for Growth in Outpatient Services, Research

Ashley Addiction Treatment is getting back to its co-leadership roots while also branching out into new directions, especially when it comes to its portfolio of offerings.  Earlier this month, the substance use disorder (SUD) treatment provider announced that executives Alex Denstman and Greg Hobelmann are being jointly promoted to the company’s top position. They’ll take […]

Rehab Rebound: How One SUD Nonprofit Overcame a COVID-19 Outbreak, Stayed Afloat Financially

In late April, on his birthday, Michael Pickering — executive director of RAP, Inc. — got an unexpected surprise. It wasn’t a good one. One of RAP’s substance use disorder (SUD) patients had become symptomatic with COVID-19. From there, things snowballed, with two dozen patients and staff testing positive for the coronavirus in the days […]

Involuntary Psychiatric Detentions on Rise

Involuntary psychiatric detentions are on the rise, according to new research out of the University of California, Los Angeles.  The study was published online Tuesday in the journal Psychiatric Services. It examines the rate at which people are held against their will for behavioral health examinations. While rules for these involuntary psychiatric detentions vary by […]