|(New York, NY) July 14, 2021 – Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers (“Kolmac”) announced today that it has completed a merger with Concerted Care Group (“CCG”). Through the combination with CCG, Kolmac, which has historically focused on serving the working insured population, expands its services to treat all individuals, regardless of insurance type, with a continued commitment to superior quality and outcomes. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Kolmac is a Mid-Atlantic based provider of outpatient addiction treatment that combines psychosocial services with medication assisted therapy to effectively treat a patient’s substance use disorder and co-occurring psychiatric disorders over a long-term period in a low-cost setting. CCG is a Maryland based provider of outpatient integrated behavioral health services to those with substance use disorder and mental health conditions, focused on treating the whole person, not just the chemical dependency of addiction.
WindRose Health Investors, LLC (“WindRose”), a healthcare-focused private equity firm and lead investor in Kolmac, was joined by Inclusive Capital Partners (“Inclusive Capital”), a San Francisco-based investment firm, to effectuate the merger and provide additional capital to support future growth. With WindRose’s and Inclusive Capital’s support, the combined business will be able to open sites in new markets, expand its outpatient services to treat more patients, and increase its market share within its existing markets.
Anton Kuznetsov, CCG’s Chief Executive Officer, will lead the combined business and drive the growth strategy of integrating the highly complementary offerings of Kolmac and CCG to care for more patients in existing and new markets. “We are excited to partner with such a well-respected provider as Kolmac who shares our same vision for providing high quality, highly effective treatment to all patients in the outpatient setting,” said Mr. Kuznetsov. “WindRose’s strong network of relationships and operational resources will be incredibly valuable as we work to increase access to effective, evidence-based care.”
“We’re thrilled for the future of the combined business,” said Noah Nordheimer, Founder of CCG and Principal at APN Capital. “It was important to us to find a partner that would continue to not just treat the chemical dependency of addiction but also the behaviors and life circumstances that accompany, enable, and perpetuate addiction. Under Anton’s guidance, I’m confident CCG and Kolmac’s patients will continue to receive evidence-backed world-class care.”
“As a part of Kolmac’s growth strategy, we identified CCG as a very attractive, complementary business that would greatly accelerate Kolmac’s entrance into the government pay market within Kolmac’s existing geographic footprint,” said Curtis Lane, Founding Partner of WindRose. “We believe that the combined business is a unique platform that provides the complete continuum of substance use disorder care entirely in the outpatient setting to all individuals, regardless of income levels or treatment preferences.”
Northborne Partners acted as financial advisor to Concerted Care Group. BMO Sponsor Finance served as the sole lead arranger for the senior credit facilities. McDermott Will & Emery LLP acted as legal advisor to WindRose and Kolmac. Zarren Law Group and Reed Smith LLP acted as legal advisors to Concerted Care Group.
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