Summit BHC (Summit), a leading provider of addiction treatment and behavioral health services, today announced the acquisition of English Mountain Recovery. Located in Sevierville, Tennessee approximately 30 miles outside of Knoxville, the 36-bed addiction treatment center will be Summit’s first facility in the state and brings the Company’s total number of operating facilities to ten. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“The acquisition of English Mountain Recovery is a great fit with both Summit’s mission to help people with addiction establish strong recovery and achieve their full potential while simultaneously expanding our footprint into the state of Tennessee,” stated Trey Carter, CEO and Founder of Summit. “English Mountain and its dedicated staff have over a ten year history of providing life-changing care to individuals and families suffering from alcoholism, drug abuse and other addictive disorders. At Summit, we plan to support English Mountain in continuing their commitment to excellence and compassion while also focusing on growth. We couldn’t be more excited in welcoming them to Summit,” commented Mr. Carter.
“We are excited about joining the Summit family and the opportunities to expand and further develop the quality services we provide at English Mountain,” stated David Cunningham, Executive Director. “Combining the dedication and talent of the English Mountain leadership team and staff with Summit’s experience and support will allow us to keep growing while maintaining our commitment to compassion, our clients and quality care.”
Dick and Nancy Kahn, Founders of English Mountain Recovery continues the sentiment, “We are very proud of the quality and compassionate services we have provided at English Mountain over the last ten years and firmly believe Summit will continue English Mountain’s sole purpose of helping alcoholics, addicts and their families achieve recovery.”
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