12 new behavioral health sites to know

Several new behavioral health treatment centers have opened in recent weeks, and several other multimillion-dollar projects are underway. 

Here are 12 facility openings and planned new facilities Becker's has reported on since March 14. 

  1. Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare acquired three comprehensive treatment centers in Raleigh, Greenville and Hillsborough, N.C. 

  2. Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City broke ground on a $150 million behavioral health hospital in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

  3. Construction is underway on Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare and Burlington, Mass.-based Tufts Medicine's joint 144-bed behavioral hospital in Malden, Mass.

  4. Phoenix-based Banner Health opened a substance abuse and mental health outpatient program for teenagers. 

  5. The Freedom Connection Recovery Center, an addiction treatment and recovery facility, opened in Sullivan, Ind.

  6. Your Six Recovery opened a new addiction treatment facility for veterans in Cummington, Mass. 

  7. NorthCare opened a new certified community behavioral health clinic in Edmond, Okla.
  8. Ideal Option opened a 13,000- square-foot outpatient addiction treatment clinic and lab in Renton, Wash.

  9. A new substance abuse center, named after former Milwaukee Bucks star Vin Baker, opened in Milwaukee. 

  10. Plans for a new behavioral health center estimated to cost nearly $50 million are underway in Collier County, Fla. The 87-bed facility will feature 45 adult crisis stabilization units and an emergency services assessment center. 

  11. STR Behavioral Health, part of Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare, expanded its mental health services by opening a new 30-bed residential treatment center in Warminster, Pa.

  12. Construction plans for the $62 million Katie Blessing Center, a youth mental health hospital, are underway in Charlotte, N.C. The 70,000-square-foot hospital will offer behavioral health services for patients between 5 and 18 years old and is expected to open in 2025. 

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