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Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare Acquires Clearview Treatment Programs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare

615.864.8145

www.odysseybehavioralhealth.com

Brentwood, TN – June 2020 – Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare (“Odyssey”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Clearview Treatment Programs in Venice, California.

Odyssey, headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee, has a diverse network of services treating adults and adolescents for eating disorders, psychiatric conditions, substance use, and technology addictions. Odyssey provides a continuum of care including inpatient, intensive residential, partial hospitalization, and outpatient services with operations in 21 behavioral health locations with 358 total beds and affiliated outpatient services in 8 states.

Founded in 2000, Clearview Treatment Programs began as a small outpatient treatment center in Westwood, California and has now grown into a myriad of specialized treatment centers. Clearview’s outpatient program has become one of the longest-standing programs in Southern California and now includes individualized outpatient, intensive outpatient, and day treatment (PHP) programs for addiction, mental health, and dual diagnosis. Clearview’s co-occurring residential treatment program, which opened in 2004, is designed to treat men and women struggling with complex co-occurring disorders in a primary and extended care setting. In 2008, Clearview Women’s Center for Borderline Personality Disorders and Mental Health Disorders opened to provide specialized treatment for women to learn the skills needed to better regulate their emotions and improve the quality of their lives. Renowned for its Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) programs, Clearview is one of the few programs in the country that provides comprehensive DBT throughout all levels of care. DBT is a skills-based treatment that helps clients to better regulate emotions. Designed to treat Borderline Personality Disorder, it has also been found to be effective in treating depression, anxiety, substance use disorder, and eating disorders.

“We are excited to add Clearview Treatment Programs to the Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare network,” said Odyssey CEO, Scott Kardenetz. “Our goal is to provide the highest quality services through evidence-based treatment, compassionate individualized patient care, client-focused customer service, and top of the line facilities and amenities. The acquisition of the Clearview Treatment Programs on the West Coast allows us to move forward with our goals to expand superior clinical services and offer clients specialized treatment with an additional premier behavioral healthcare facility.”

“Clearview is thrilled to join Odyssey Behavioral Health so that we can bring our specialized treatment programs to even more people with an expanding presence in California and beyond,” said Michael Roy, LCSW, CEO of Clearview Treatment Programs. “Odyssey and Clearview are a great match due to their mutual commitment to quality clinical care, evidence-based treatment, and niche behavioral health.”

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About Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare, formed in 2015, has a growing diversified platform of behavioral health facilities across the treatment spectrum in eating disorder, psychiatric, addiction care, and technology and gaming addiction. Odyssey’s treatment centers include Pasadena Villa Psychiatric Treatment NetworkLifeskills South FloridaMagnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating DisordersSelah HouseToledo Center for Eating DisordersGreenfield Recovery Center, Clearview Treatment Programs, Lifeskills South Florida Outpatient Center, Pasadena Villa Outpatient Center-Raleigh and Pasadena Villa Outpatient Center-Charlotte, providing inpatient, intensive residential and continuum services for adults and adolescents. Odyssey extends respect, compassion, and quality individualized treatment paired with concierge-quality amenities at nine primary facilities located in Alabama, Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Massachusetts, and California.