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  1. WellSpan facility adds 22 inpatient beds

    York, Pa.-based WellSpan Health has added 22 beds to its WellSpan Philhaven facility in Mt. Gretna, Pa., through a $7 million expansion, Lebanon Daily News reported Jan. 30. 
  2. Alto Neuroscience secures $95M

    Alto Neuroscience, a psychiatric medication development company, secured $60 million in series B funding and entered a $35 million credit facility with K2 HealthVentures.
  3. Dr. Tia Dole to serve as chief officer of national suicide hotline

    Tia Dole, PhD, a clinical psychologist, has been appointed chief officer of the National 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.

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  1. Dr. Navdeep Kang joins Acadia Healthcare's executive team

    Acadia Healthcare has named Navdeep Kang, PsyD, Chief Quality Officer of its inpatient services division, according to a Jan. 27 post on LinkedIn by the Franklin, Tenn.-based health system.
  2. Gibson Gives to provide opioid emergency kits at more than 72 music venues

    Gibson Gives, a charitable branch of musical instrument company Gibson, will supply opioid emergency kits to more than 72 music venues in Nashville, Tenn. 
  3. CVS launches virtual mental healthcare services

    CVS Health launched new virtual care options offering primary care and mental health services to Aetna members. 
  4. Tulane football coach honored for mental health advocacy

    The Jason Foundation presented the Grant Teaff "Breaking the Silence" award Jan. 9 to Willie Fritz, head football coach at Tulane University in New Orleans.

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  1. UPMC opens pediatric behavioral health facility

    Pittsburgh-based University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Western Behavioral Health opened a new facility Jan. 26 to increase community access to child and adolescent behavioral health services.
  2. Montefiore secures $4.5M for school behavioral health services

    New York City-based Montefiore Health System will use $4.5 million from the state to create behavioral health clinics at public schools in Bronx and Westchester counties.
  3. California public health department to launch youth behavioral health campaign initiative

    California's Department of Public Health is seeking proposals for public awareness campaigns for its Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative, State of Reform reported Jan. 26. 
  4. Nebraska Behavioral Health Education Center to disperse $20M toward 83 projects

    The Nebraska Behavioral Health Education Center will allocate $20 million for behavioral health-related workforce projects throughout the state, Norfolk Daily News reported Jan. 26. 

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  1. American Counseling Association names chief communications and marketing officer

    Stacy Brooks Whatley was appointed chief communications and marketing officer of the American Counseling Association.  
  2. ARC Health acquires Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence

    Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence, a mental healthcare provider group in Denver, was acquired by Arc Health.
  3. Premise Health expands to Chicago area

    Brentwood, Tenn.-based healthcare provider Premise Health opened a new wellness center in Northbrook, Ill.
  4. ECU Health to close behavioral health unit after $46M loss in 2022

    Greenville, N.C.-based ECU Health will close its behavioral health inpatient unit and five of its clinics following a $46 million fiscal loss in 2022, the Daily Reflector reported Jan. 25. 
  5. Missouri hospital opens new behavioral health clinic

    Bolivar, Mo.-based Citizens Memorial Hospital will open a new behavioral health facility in February to serve patients while they wait to get established with a provider, Bolivar Herald-Free Press reported Jan. 25. 
  6. Delphi Behavioral Health closes all Florida facilities, lays off over 130 employees

    Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Delphi Behavioral Health Group has closed all four of its locations in Florida, Behavioral Health Business reported Jan. 25. 
  7. VHC planning $80M mental health, rehab facility in Virginia

    Arlington, Va.-based VHC Health and Arlington County officials are partnering on a joint venture advanced rehabilitation and behavioral health treatment center. 
  8. Lifepoint acquires Arizona Cornerstone Behavioral Health facility

    Brentwood, Tenn.-based Lifepoint Health has acquired Tucson, Ariz.-based Cornerstone Behavioral Health El Dorado. 
  9. Montana legislators propose $20M investment in behavioral health system

    Montana state representatives are proposing an investment of $20 million into the state's behavioral health system, NPR affiliate Montana Public Radio reported Jan. 23. 

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