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Foundations announces plans for fourth residential facility

November 18, 2013
by Gary A. Enos, Editor
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 A 50-acre resort property in North Georgia will become the fourth residential treatment site for Foundations Recovery Network, the co-occurring disorders treatment organization announced today.

Foundations has acquired for an undisclosed amount the Black Bear Lodge Suites and Cabins in Sautee, Ga. Foundations intends to upgrade and repurpose the site as the Black Bear Lodge residential treatment facility, with a projected spring 2014 opening.

“Initially, this expansion is expected to add 85 beds to the company’s residential treatment capacity, and Black Bear Lodge will be the perfect complement to our existing residential and outpatient treatment facilities,” Foundations CEO Rob Waggener said in a news release.

Foundations’ existing residential treatment sites are Michael’s House in Palm Springs, Calif.; The Canyon in Malibu, Calif.; and La Paloma in Memphis, Tenn.

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