14 June 2018 - Bankrupt US-based behavioural health program operator Elements Behavioral Health has executed an asset purchase agreement with a group of its First Lien Lenders, Project Build Behavior Health LLC, under which they will acquire substantially all of the company's assets, the company said.
As previously announced, to facilitate the purchase agreement, Elements Behavioral Health initiated proceedings under chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the District of Delaware.
Recently, Elements Behavioral Health
launched addiction.com, a consumer-facing website with content such as, "Would you become unaddicted if you could?" and a link to download its Cassava recovery app.
Elements Behavioral Health
's CEO, David Sack, MD, read Peeke's book and had colleagues of his reach out to her (both he and Peeke had worked at the National Institutes of Health at separate intervals).
David Sack, CEO of Promises Treatment Centers and Elements Behavioral Health. Sack has nearly three decades of experience in clinical, research and administrative psychiatry.
Elements Behavioral Health is a US-based behavioral healthcare organization that owns and operates Promises Treatment Centers.
1 June 2018 - California, US-based behavioral health programmes provider Elements Behavioral Health has agreed to execute an asset purchase agreement with a group of its first lien lenders, initiating proceedings under chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the District of Delaware, the company said.
All Elements Behavioral Health programmes continue to provide its programmes and patient services.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Elements Behavioral Health are among the larger treatment centers offering apps.
CASSAVA--Developed by Elements Behavioral Health, includes a personal journal component and a database of more than 140,000 recovery support meetings, including 12-Step and non-12 Step alternatives.
30 December 2014 - US-based addiction and mental health treatment company Elements Behavioral Health
has acquired Park Bench Group Counseling, the company said on Tuesday.
12 September 2014 - US addiction and mental health treatment programmes provider Elements Behavioral Health
Inc announced the purchase of domestic chemical dependency treatment specialist COPAC Inc without volunteering any details on financial terms.