Pyramid Healthcare Inc. has acquired High Focus Centers, a provider of structured outpatient mental health and addictive disease treatment, headquartered in Summit, N.J.
High Focus is a leader in northern New Jersey in the provision of treatment for chemically dependent and mentally ill adults and adolescents.
Altoona-based Pyramid, owned by Clearview Capital, a Connecticut-based private equity firm, is one of the largest providers of drug/alcohol and mental health treatment for adults and adolescents in Pennsylvania with 28 treatment facilities throughout the state.
"We are excited about the opportunity to team up with High Focus Centers. Their 175 staff members provide the very highest quality behavioral health treatment," said Pyramid CEO Jonathan Wolf in a statement. "Together, the capabilities of Pyramid and High Focus will allow us to even further improve our treatment programs and expand our reach to those in need of effective behavioral healthcare."
Pyramid employs 670 staff members throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
Facilities include residential drug and alcohol treatment for adults in Altoona, Tyrone, Belleville and Pittsburgh; adolescent residential drug and alcohol treatment facilities in Pittsburgh and Quakertown; outpatient offices in Erie, Pittsburgh, Altoona, York, Chambersburg and Allentown; methadone clinics in Butler, Altoona and York; a group home in Blandburg; therapeutic schools in Blandburg and Pittsburgh; and schools for autistic children in DuBois and Clearfield.