360 Behavioral Health Completes Acquisition of Behavior Support Solutions California Operations

360 Behavioral Health Completes Acquisition of Behavior Support Solutions California Operations

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Agreement Further Expands Geographic Footprint and Access to Care

Van Nuys, CA – Nov 19, 2018 – 360 Behavioral Health, a family of providers that deliver exceptional care across the entire lifespan to individuals with behavioral health conditions that interfere with daily living, has completed its acquisition of Behavior Support Solutions’ (BSS) California Operations. BSS provides ABA-based therapy to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). 360 Behavioral Health is owned by DW Healthcare Partners, a private equity firm focused exclusively on the healthcare industry.

The California-based operations of BSS – including operations in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Riverside, San Diego and Sacramento counties – will be folded into the operations of California Psychcare (CPC), which is a part of the 360 Behavioral Health family that provides similar behavioral health services across Southern California. The acquisition does not include any BSS operations outside of California.

“We are pursuing various avenues as part of our growth strategy, including the acquisition of smaller providers – like BSS – that are looking for an exceptional opportunity to become part of a larger organization,” said Dennis Kogod, Executive Chairman and CEO for 360 Behavioral Health. “We welcome BSS clients, families and staff to 360 Behavioral Health, and we look forward to working with local teams and to expanding access to families in need of care.”

 

About 360 Behavioral Health

360 Behavioral Health is the new name for a family of providers that deliver exceptional care – across the entire lifespan – to individuals with behavioral health conditions that interfere with daily living. Founded in April 2018 and now serving more than 4,000 active clients across 30+ locations through a network of wholly-owned and affiliated organizations including California Psychcare (CPC), Behavior Respite in Action (BRIA), and Willowbrooks Behavioral Health, the company continues to meet the needs of individuals and families across California.

About DW Healthcare Partners

DW Healthcare Partners is a private equity firm focused exclusively on the healthcare industry. The firm manages over $800 million in committed capital and invests in profitable healthcare companies with proven management teams. The organization is led by seasoned healthcare executives with more than 110 years of combined industry experience, and provides capital, strategic guidance, and acquisition expertise to help mid-to-late-stage companies realize their potential for growth.

Contact:

Gayle Griffithe

Marketing & Media Relations

360 Behavioral Health

949.713.6211

gayle.griffithe@360bhmail.com

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