Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare Acquires Selah House

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Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare Acquires Selah House

Brentwood, TN – October 2017 – Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare (“Odyssey”), a portfolio company of Nautic Partners (“Nautic”), acquired Selah House, an eating disorder treatment center for women in Anderson, Indiana on September 29, 2017.

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare acquires Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Women

Brentwood, TN, December 12, 2016– Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare, a portfolio company of Nautic Partners, today announced it has completed the acquisition of Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Women in Columbiana, Alabama.

Odyssey, headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee, is building a diversified portfolio of subacute behavioral health facilities across the treatment spectrum. With the Magnolia Creek acquisition, Odyssey expands its behavioral treatment services by adding a specialized eating disorder provider that has in-network contracts with many of the largest payers in the region. Read More.

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare, a New Partnership between Nautic Partners and Scott Kardenetz, Acquires Pasadena Villa and Lifeskills

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare (“Odyssey”), a new partnership between Nautic Partners, LLC (“Nautic”) and Chief Executive Officer Scott Kardenetz, today announced it has completed the first two acquisitions of its platform, Pasadena Villa Psychiatric Residential Treatment Centers (“Pasadena Villa”) and Lifeskills South Florida (“Lifeskills”). Odyssey, headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee, was formed to build a diversified platform of behavioral healthcare facilities across the treatment spectrum in psychiatric and addiction care. Scott Kardenetz, a 25 year veteran of the healthcare industry, has served in various leadership roles with behavioral health companies including Ardent Health Services, Psychiatric Solutions and Universal Health Services. Nautic and Odyssey management plan to invest up to $50 million of equity capital to support its strategy of growth. Read More