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Community Medical Services has reached a deal for Restorative Health and Recovery, an office-based opioid treatment provider in Kent, Ohio.
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Kevin Taggart, CM&AP, managing partner of the healthcare M&A firm Mertz Taggart, joined the BHE Podcast to discuss a busy first quarter for merger and acquisition activity for the behavioral healthcare space. Plus, Taggart dives into trends…
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Begin Again, a Colorado-based sex and pornography addiction treatment center, joins the portfolio of Integrative Life Center, which offers a variety of treatment modalities for mental health, substance use, eating, and sex, love and intimacy disorders, as well trauma.
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Optum, a division of UnitedHealth Group, is in advanced talks to acquire virtual behavioral health therapy company AbleTo, according to a report from CNBC.
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The deal will allow Crossroads, a South Carolina-based MAT services provider for patients with OUD, to open more clinics and expand its telehealth offerings.
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Behavioral health services provider Sequel Youth & Family Services is expanding into Texas with the acquisition of autism therapy services provider Pine Cone Therapies.
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LifeStance Health Partners has announced the addition of TPG Capital to its list of investors, and that with the influx of funding, the company plans to expand its in-person and digital outpatient treatment offerings.
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Veronis Suhler Stevenson and NewSpring Health Capital have completed an investment in BRC Recovery, a substance use disorder treatment program based in Austin, Texas.
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Windward Way Recovery announced that it has acquired management of Serenity Lodge in a deal that will expand its drug and alcohol treatment offerings in California.
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Cielo House, an eating disorder treatment provider with four locations, will expand its telemedicine and teletherapy capabilities as it becomes part of the Refresh portfolio.
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In acquiring the assets of The Gables in Rochester, Minnesota, NUWAY will double its residential treatment capacity for women.
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