La.-based health care company buys two Va. practices
Seaside Healthcare acquires Simple Intervention, Second Changes Comprehensive Services
Shreveport, Louisiana-based Seaside Healthcare LLC announced Tuesday it has acquired two Virginia mental health care practices: Chesterfield-based Simple Intervention and Hopewell-based Second Chances Comprehensive Services LLC.
Financial terms of the acquisitions were not disclosed. Both transactions were part of Seaside Healthcare’s plan to expand in Virginia.
Brandon and Kenra Hudson, co-founders and owners of Simple Intervention, will continue in their leadership positions. Founded in 2014, Simple Intervention provides behavioral health services including mental health skill building, mentoring and behavior aid, medication management and therapy. The company employs more than 20 people.
Founded in 2008, Second Chances Comprehensive Services has five locations in Virginia and provides mental health and substance use treatment services. Owners Damion Mason and Tanikka Mason will continue in their management roles. There are practices in Hopewell, Virginia Beach, Hampton and Emporia.
“Seaside Healthcare has a proven record of providing high quality patient and family centric mental health and substance use services in all of its multistate locations,” Seaside Healthcare CEO and co-founder Franklin Roemer said in a statement. “Our growing organization is proud to now be of service to the people of Virginia.”