Behavioral Health ‘Band-Aid’ Helps One State Tackle Supply-Demand Mismatch

The supply-demand mismatch in behavioral health frequently prevents patients across the country from getting the help they need. Oftentimes, there just aren’t enough providers to keep up with the demand. Fixing that problem is easier said than done, but the state of Massachusetts is working on it with its Expedited Psychiatric Inpatient Admissions initiative (EPIA). […]

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 […]

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 […]