Acadia Healthcare, a behavioural healthcare services provider in the US, has expanded its presence in North Carolina with the acquisition of three comprehensive treatment centres (CTC).  

The move signifies a strategic enhancement of its services in the state, where it now operates ten CTC sites. 

Of the three newly acquired CTCs, one is situated in Raleigh and has been rebranded as Raleigh Comprehensive Treatment Center while another is in Greenville and rebranded as Greenville Comprehensive Treatment Center.  

The third CTC, which has been rebranded as Hillsborough Comprehensive Treatment Center, is located in Hillsborough and serves the wider area from Durham to Burlington. 

These new facilities expand Acadia’s network to a total of 160 locations across 32 US states.  

Acadia Healthcare also has a collaboration with the University of North Carolina’s (UNC) Center for the Business of Health at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, the School of Nursing, and other undergraduate programmes. 

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Under this partnership, Acadia and UNC aim to develop community-based strategies to address the opioid crisis in North Carolina.  

A joint analysis by UNC CBOH and Acadia identified treatment gaps in the region, leading to the decision of implementing targeted expansion of CTCs in North Carolina.  

These centres are crucial in providing medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programmes that integrate behavioural therapy with medication to combat opioid use disorders. 

The newly acquired CTCs offer a wide array of substance abuse treatment support services.  

These services include medical, counselling, vocational, educational, and other essential services to assist patients in their recovery journey.  

The behavioural therapies provided come in various treatment models such as individual and group therapy, intensive outpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalisation or day treatment, and other programmes. 

Acadia CEO Chris Hunter said: “The facilities are fully operational with strong track records of positive patient outcomes. The combination of medication-assisted treatment with behavioural therapy and other support services provided at these and other CTC locations can change the course of people’s lives.” 

Recently, Acadia and Tufts Medicine broke ground on a new behavioural health hospital in Malden, Massachusetts.