Pyramid Healthcare announced today its acquisition of Quest Services, Inc., a central Pennsylvania provider of behavioral healthcare services.
Founded in 2001, Quest offers outpatient and intensive outpatient drug and alcohol services in group and individual settings, as well as a DUI program at two locations in Philipsburg and Bellefonte, Centre County.
The latest of three acquisitions, Pyramid Healthcare’s new relationship with Quest is consistent with their mission of developing an extensive network of affordable, high-quality care. Pyramid Healthcare acquired Real Recovery in Asheville, North Carolina in late March, and central Pennsylvania-based Mazzitti & Sullivan in April.
“Quest has a long standing reputation of providing high quality care in the Centre County region over the past 15 years. The addition of Quest locations in Philipsburg and Bellefonte to an existing Pyramid outpatient location in State College allows us to better serve clients throughout Centre County by providing them with a comprehensive, seamless system of care in three accessible locations,” said Jonathan Wolf, CEO of Pyramid Healthcare.
As a leading provider of addiction and mental health services, Pyramid Healthcare has remained focused on expanding its continuum of care, which includes programs for adults and teens as well as inpatient and outpatient treatment locations, halfway and transitional homes, pharmacotherapy offices and schools for autistic children ages 5 – 21 in Clearfield, DuBois, State College and York.
With over 75 total treatment locations across three states, Pyramid Healthcare aims to make treatment as accessible as possible for those who need it. The acquisitions of both Quest and Mazzitti & Sullivan have helped Pyramid Healthcare make great strides towards achieving this goal by offering a variety of treatment options in central Pennsylvania.
Remaining responsive to demands for treatment in underserved areas is a key to Pyramid Healthcare’s growth and success.