Sound, a provider of mental health and addiction treatment services, announced today the completion of its asset acquisition of Community Psychiatric Clinic. The acquisition significantly expands Sound’s impact, both in terms of services provided and the number of clients served.
Patrick Evans, Sound’s President & CEO, will remain at the helm of the new, larger organization, while Doug Crandall, CEO of Community Psychiatric Clinic, will join Sound’s Executive Leadership Team as its Chief Quality & Compliance Officer.
Both organizations, which align in terms of mission, values and populations served, announced the intent to combine operations in April 2019, with the expectation to complete the integration after a four-month due diligence process.
The acquisition is part of Sound’s longer term growth strategy, resulting in an expanded healthcare organization that will serve more people in the region with mental health, addiction treatment, supportive housing, vocational and an increased spectrum of other healthcare services.
The organization is the only provider in King County to adopt Reaching Recovery, an innovative and evidence-based model of care that improves client outcomes and ensures the appropriate level of care is delivered based on the client’s need. As Sound incorporates primary care into the Reaching Recovery model in 2019, the organization will deliver more comprehensive services, for more people, across a wider region.