HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Oct. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- D'Amore Healthcare, Inc. announced that it has acquired the Pat
"Our acquisition of the Pat Moore Foundation complements our overall healthcare offering so we can provide a superior level of service as we expand our dual diagnosis, substance abuse addiction treatment services. This acquisition represents an important strategic opportunity to offer Detoxification, Acute Stabilization, Residential Treatment for our clients, their families, hospitals, clinics, therapists' offices and a variety of other healthcare operations," said John Emma, CFO of D'Amore Healthcare, Inc. "The acquisition also adds to our capacity and geographic presence."
About D'Amore Healthcare Founded by visionary and recovery services veteran, Rick Cortese, D'Amore Healthcare is a dual diagnosis, substance abuse addiction treatment center. D'Amore Healthcare also treats mental health at a residential treatment facility. All treatment centers are accredited by The Joint Commission and located in the sunny, southern California coastal communities of Orange County. D'Amore Healthcare specializes in treating mental health and behavioral illness along with the wide variety of addictions such as alcoholism, opiate addiction, cocaine addiction, crystal meth addiction, and prescription drug abuse. D'Amore Healthcare accepts most PPO insurance along with Private pay options
For general inquiries about treatment, contact: (714) 375-1110. For media inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business Contact: Devin O'Day (714) 586-7593 Devin@DamoreHealthcare.com
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