Fort Behavioral Health in Fort Worth, Texas Opens Its Doors

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Newly renovated, state-of-the-art behavioral health facility to open

Mark Schneider, CEO of Vizion Health, LLC (“Vizion”) announced today that Fort Behavioral Health, a 133 bed behavioral healthcare facility located in Fort Worth, Texas will open its doors and begin admitting patients on March 4th, 2019.

This newly renovated, state-of-the-art behavioral health facility is housed in a former medical-surgical hospital located on a 12-acre site at 7140 Oakmont Blvd., Fort Worth. The facility has 5 separate, self-contained treatment units. Four of these units will provide specialized treatment for substance abuse disorders including women with trauma, adolescent, and adult male, as well as a 15-bed medically supervised detoxification unit. In a separate wing comprised of 40 beds, Fort Behavioral will also provide residential treatment services for autistic children ages 11-17 years. Deana Wilson is Fort’s Chief Executive Officer and Dr. David Henderson will serve as Fort’s Chief Medical Officer.

Vizion Health LLC is a privately-owned healthcare company located in Charlotte, NC. Vizion brings a seasoned behavioral healthcare team with decades of experience to Fort Behavioral. Mark Schneider has over four decades of experience operating a broad spectrum of behavioral health facilities. Stephen Chesney, Vizion’s Chief Operating Officer, brings more than 30 years of experience operating multi-site and multi-state psychiatric businesses. Dr. Ann Miller, a recognized national expert in the substance abuse treatment industry, is Vizion’s Chief Development Officer. Aaron Kneas, a Vizion partner and managing director with New Century Capital Partners (NCCP), supports the Vizion Team on structuring transactions and securing the capital for the Company’s growth. “The strength of the core Vizion team enables us to grow quickly while continuing to ensure quality programming throughout our system,” says Mark Schneider.

Vizion currently owns Willow Crest Hospital and Moccasin Bend Ranch in Miami, Oklahoma. Willow Crest is a 50-bed acute care psychiatric hospital and Moccasin Bend Ranch is a 28-bed residential treatment center for children and adolescents.

For more information on Fort Behavioral go to their website at http://www.fortbehavioral.com or call 817-678-7428.
Vizion Health’s management team can be reached at 704-626-2448. Further information on Vizion can be found at http://www.vizionhealth.com.

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