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Location:
Miami, FL USA
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Industry:Healthcare
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Banyan Treatment Center's estimated annual revenue is currently $49.7M per year.
  • Banyan Treatment Center's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Banyan Treatment Center has 184 Employees.
  • Banyan Treatment Center grew their employee count by -4% last year.
  • Banyan Treatment Center currently has 27 job openings.
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
Banyan Treatmen...
$49.7M184-4%N/A
FIU Center for ...
$19.2M7116%N/A
Families First ...
$21.3M79-9%N/A
Chrysalis Healt...
$124.2M4601%N/A
Advanced Recove...
$65.9M2447%N/A
Directions for ...
$56.2M208-3%N/A
Behavior Analys...
$32.9M1229%N/A
Camelot Communi...
$69.9M259-2%N/A
Delphi Behavior...
$49.7M18415%N/A
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The banyan tree is one of the most beautiful and iconic trees in the South Florida landscape. This tree provides a great metaphor for what our community looks like at Banyan. Without support of other trees, the banyan tree becomes exposed and weak, never reaching its full potential. However, with the help of the trees around it, the banyan can thrive for hundreds of years. With five locations across the country and growing, Banyan Treatment Center stands as a leader in providing growth through recovery by offering our clients all levels of care which are detox, residential, partial hospitalization programming, stabilization, intensive outpatient services, and alumni programming. Our treatment team is comprised of master's level, state licensed, and PhD. level clinicians who take pride in bringing our clients the highest standards of individualized, custom treatment plans. All of our programs and therapies are designed to treat the person as a whole- mind, body, and spirit. We prepare our clients for a successful transition back into being a full-functioning member of society. We are a family of individuals that come from diverse backgrounds; however addiction affects all of us in the same way. It devastates lives and families. We came together with a simple mission: to help people break free from the bonds of addiction. We are not a one fits all place and we have the experienced staff and infrastructure to truly offer individualized, custom treatment programs that are tailored to fit every need. Not many treatment centers have the ability to offer all levels of care and custom treatment plans.

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184

Number of Employees

$49.7M

Revenue (est)

27

Current Jobs

-4%

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Executive Contacts

NameTitleEmail
Joe BozzaChief Human Resource OfficerEmail Available
Cheryl Rodriguez FriedHuman Resources Manager
Cody DesmondCase Manager
Jeff HouchinChief Information Officer
Andrew SimpsonDirector Of Community OutreachEmail Available
Erin KennedyNational Revenue Cycle Manager
Dr Laura HitchmothDoctor/Assistant Clinical Director
Jeff RockerCeo
Taylor KlutkeClinical DirectorEmail Available
Alyssa ValentinDirector Of Digital MarketingEmail Available

Banyan Treatment Center News

06/06/2018 - Banyan acquires Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches

Banyan Treatment Center announced it has made a second acquisition within the past three months, bringing Behavioral Health of the Palm ...

12/11/2018 - How Do You Recover After Millions Have Watched You ...

A Florida drug treatment center offered to pay her fees, and Ms. ... said Matt Ganem, the executive director of the Banyan Treatment Center, ...

08/08/2019 - Always Anxious? An Eye-Opening New Study Says This Is ...

Higher percentages of untrue worries significantly predicted lower GAD [general anxiety disorder] symptoms after treatment, as well as a ...

Banyan Treatment Center Acquisitions

DateCompany NameAmountNotesReference
2018-06-07Behavioral Health of the Palm BeachesArticle