15 new mental health facilities in January

Here are 15 newly announced or opened mental health treatment centers reported on by Becker's since Jan. 9:

  1. Pittsburgh-based University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Western Behavioral Health opened a new facility to increase community access to child and adolescent behavioral health services.
  1. Brentwood, Tenn.-based healthcare provider Premise Health opened a new wellness center in Northbrook, Ill.  Services offered include primary care, behavioral health treatment and preventive screenings.
  1. 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.
  1. Arlington, Va.-based VHC Health and Arlington County officials have planned a joint venture advanced rehabilitation and behavioral health treatment center. 
  1. Newton (N.J.) Medical Center opened a dedicated emergency department behavioral health unit.
  1. Cincinnati Children's opened a medical center that provides mental healthcare treatment with cardiovascular care.
  1. Voyages Behavioral Health, an affiliate of Enola, Pa.-based Pam Health, is building a behavioral health hospital in Conroe, Texas.
  1. Trident Health is set to open Live Oak Mental Health and Wellness, a 60-bed behavioral health hospital in North Charleston, S.C.
  1. Brentwood, Tenn.-based Lifepoint Health and Cincinnati-based Mercy Health partnered to build an inpatient behavioral health hospital in Ohio's Mahoning Valley area. 
  1. Ohio-based White Light Behavioral Health opened its first addiction treatment center in Columbus.
  1. Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare is planning a new inpatient behavioral health center in Madison, Wis.
  1. Mercy Health-Youngstown (Ohio) and Brentwood, Tenn.-based Lifepoint Behavioral Health agreed to a joint venture partnership to build a new inpatient behavioral health center in the Mahoning Valley region of Ohio. 
  1. Akron, Ohio-based Summa Health opened its $84 million behavioral health campus in Akron. The seven-floor Juve Family Behavioral Health Pavilion will offer services including inpatient care, outpatient programs, geriatric care and a trauma center.
  1. Phoenix-based Meadows Behavioral Healthcare opened an outpatient mental health and substance use treatment center in Denver.
  1. Franklin, Tenn.-based Summit BHC opened a mental health and addiction treatment center in Sacramento, Calif.

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