Summit BHC (Summit), a leading provider of addiction treatment and behavioral health services, today announced the acquisition of Women in New Recovery located in Mesa, Arizona. The 30-bed addiction treatment facility will operate as Canyon Vista Recovery Center (Canyon Vista) and serve both males and females. Canyon Vista will be Summit’s first facility in Arizona and brings the Company’s total number of operating facilities to twelve. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“We are excited to announce the acquisition of our twelfth facility and entrance into the Arizona market,” stated Trey Carter, CEO and Founder of Summit. Summit BHC has decades of experience in the behavioral healthcare industry on a national level. “Over the last three years, Summit has grown to twelve facilities and we pride ourselves on providing premier accommodations and high quality addiction treatment programs at affordable in-network rates,” commented Mr. Carter. “Each one of our facilities enjoys a significant presence in their respective communities. As a company we are passionate about quality, innovation to improve outcomes, and caring for the people we serve. We look forward to doing the same at Canyon Vista,” stated Mr. Carter.
About Summit BHC – Headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee and founded in June of 2013, Summit was established to develop and operate a network of leading addiction treatment and behavioral health centers throughout the country. The company’s sole focus is on the provision and management of specialty chemical dependency and addiction disorder services within a flexible and dynamic continuum of care. The leadership team at Summit is comprised of senior executives with decades of combined experience in the behavioral healthcare industry at the national level. The company currently owns and operates twelve freestanding addiction treatment centers in eight states across the country.
About Canyon Vista – Located in Mesa, Arizona, Canyon Vista Recovery Center offers a multi-disciplinary treatment approach through a continuum of care that includes highly structured residential programming as well as partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment services for adults. The campus like setting allows for gender separation and is designed to make patients feel comfortable and aid in their recovery. Canyon Vista is licensed by the State of Arizona for 30 behavioral health residential beds, as an Outpatient Treatment Center and is accredited by CARF.
This article originally appeared in an article on PRWeb.