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    Adventist Health announces the acquisition of Vallejo behavioral health services by Acadia Healthcare

    To strengthen behavioral health services in Solano County, Adventist Health Vallejo, which has served as the county’s behavioral treatment center of choice for nearly 25 years, announced today it has signed a definitive agreement to sell the hospital and its behavioral health services to Acadia Healthcare.

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    A leader in providing psychiatric and mental health services for 30+ years

    At Adventist Health Vallejo, our psychiatrists and psychologists are medical qualified to treat a variety of mental health conditions.

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    Children’s Services at Adventist Health Vallejo

    Children with complex mental health issues may need to stay in the hospital at times. When this happens, we have a behavioral health hospital with 61 beds where we treat children ages 3–18. We also see people age 19–21 who are developmentally delayed and in crisis.

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For over 30 years, Adventist Health Vallejo has been the treatment center of choice for many families in Solano County. Emphasizing modern hospital solutions and mental healthcare has helped us to create a safe and supportive environment for our patients. If you or a loved one suffer from debilitating mental illness, entrust Adventist Health Vallejo to deliver compassionate treatments and effective solutions that meet your needs. We are here to provide our patients with the skills and strength they need to face mental illness with confidence.