In the Pipeline: CARD Opens Latest Center; New Substance Abuse Facilities

Opened CARD opens new facility Woodland Hills, California-based Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), one of the largest national autism treatment providers, has opened a new facility in Gilbert, Arizona, southeast of Phoenix. The organization, which provides applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy to individuals of all ages, operates 10 locations in Arizona, including the […]

In the Pipeline: Banner Health Opens New Clinic; Providers Prep for Groundbreakings

Opened Banner Health opens new Colorado unit Phoenix-based health care nonprofit Banner Health has opened a new behavioral health unit in Loveland, Colorado, in the northern part of the state. The 17-bed outpatient facility, which serves adults ages 55 and older, is located at McKee Medical Center on the hospital’s second floor. McKee is also […]

Transactions & Financings: Mystery Provider Signs Lease on New Headquarters; Autism Acquisitions

Acorn Health acquires Autism University Autism Services of Michigan (ACM), an Acorn Health company based in Traverse City, is joining forces with another Wolverine State provider, Macomb-based Autism University. Under the deal, Autism University will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Acorn Health. Financial terms were not disclosed. Acorn Health operates five autism services companies specializing […]

In the Pipeline: New Mental Health VA Clinic; Detox Center Gets Green Light

Opened Eleanor Health opens new North Carolina center Waltham, Massachusetts-based Eleanor Health, a provider of addiction treatment services for opioids and other substances, recently opened its fourth North Carolina location in Hickory. The new location will provide services both at its outpatient facility and in patients’ homes. Six more Eleanor locations are planned in North […]

Behavioral Health Provider Saves Over $9.2 Million With Jail Diversion Program

An innovative mental health-focused jail diversion program is saving one county millions of dollars and garnering national attention. The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD is the community behavioral health provider leading the charge. “This is targeted toward those individuals that have a history of mental health issues [whose nonviolent] crimes somehow had a […]

In the Pipeline: Odyssey Opens Tech Addiction Center; New Substance Abuse Facilities

Opened Buena Vista Health Recovery debuts new addiction treatment facility Buena Vista Health Recovery has opened a new drug and alcohol detox and treatment facility in Tucson, Arizona. Cave Creek, Arizona-based Buena Vista is an addiction treatment provider with three locations in Arizona and a fourth facility slated to open in Colorado later this year. […]

Behavioral Health Real Estate Sparks Interest of Institutional Capital

As stigma decreases and demand for behavioral health services grows, institutional capital is taking notice, with behavioral health real estate being one hot new area of interest.  First movers like Sabra Health Care REIT are hoping to take advantage of the emerging market. “None of our peers are in the space at this point,” Sabra […]

New Program Aims to Equip Doctors With Autism Specialty Training

Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have unique health needs beyond receiving therapeutic interventions such as applied behavior analysis (ABA). However, relatively few medical providers are equipped to meet those needs, despite the fact that the one in 59 children is diagnosed with ASD, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Thomas […]

In the Pipeline: UHS, HonorHealth Break Ground; New Autism Facilities in Several States

Coming Soon HonorHealth, UHS break ground on new facility HonorHealth and Universal Health Services (NYSE:UHS) have begun construction on a new 120-bed behavioral health facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. HonorHealth is a non-profit, community healthcare system serving the greater Phoenix area, while King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based UHS is one of the largest behavioral health providers in […]

Behavioral Health Network Names Next Chief As CEO Announces Retirement

Katherine Wilson, who has been the only CEO of Springfield, Massachusetts-based Behavioral Health Network (BHN) since its formation in 1992, has announced that she will retire from the organization in June. Steven Winn, who has been with BHN since 1995 and has served as its chief operating officer since 2017, will become the organization’s new […]