Addiction Campuses Opening 150-Bed Ohio Addiction Treatment Facility

06/10/2017 -ATIN- Addiction Campuses is well on its way to finishing work on converstion of an Ohio lodge property that will in September become the fifth major treatment facility the Nashville-based provider has opened in as many states over the last several years. Called The Bluffs, the 80-acre property lies just south of Akron in a resort area around Atwood Lake and will have 150 beds when fully operational.

Nashville-based Addiction Campuses was founded four years ago by a group of defecting American Addiction Centers executives led by CEO Brent Clements. The company also operates Turning Point in Southaven Mississippi; The Treehouse, outside of Dallas, Texas; Spring to Life, a faith-based recovery center for men in Woodbury, Tennessee and Swift River in Cummington, Massachusetts. The new Ohio property boasts a 110,000 square foot two-story lodge building, an approximately 3,750 square foot, two-story chalet building and a relatively unusual amenity consisting of a nine-hole golf course. The campus will bring over 200 jobs to the area, including a full medical staff.

Clements told Treatment Magazine that Addiction Campuses will continue to add approximately two treatment facilities to its roster per year for the foreseeable future. There are no firm plans, he said, for a second round of private equity type financing to add to the original $20M venture style financing Clements arranged upon founding Addiction Campuses. He said that so far funds from operations and banks loans leveraging the company's balance sheet have been enough to fund the company's strong growth.

Ted Jackson

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