Haven History2017-06-30T20:09:56+00:00

Haven History

Haven’s commitment to quality behavioral healthcare continues now and in the future.

Haven History

Haven Behavioral Healthcare was founded in 2006 with a mission to serve the mental health needs of all patients across the country. During the remainder of 2006, Haven began developing free-standing behavioral health facilities in Arizona and Oklahoma. In the fall of 2007, Haven founded Haven Senior Horizons Hospital in Phoenix. Haven Behavioral Hospital of Eastern Pennsylvania was purchased in the fall of 2010.

In February, 2012, Haven sold many of their larger general psychiatric hospitals to focus on developing smaller specialty hospitals for older adults and some adult populations. Haven believes that older adults have unique treatment needs which is best treated in environments separate from other patient populations. Much attention is given to designing each Haven hospital to be a comfortable environment for the patient during their treatment stay and treatment programs are provided by staff who have extensive experience working with the patients they serve.  Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton was added in 2012.  In 2013, Haven added facilities in Philadelphia and Albuquerque and Haven Behavioral Hospital of Frisco in 2014.

Due to their specialized focus of treatment, Haven hospitals are significantly smaller than most other psychiatric hospitals which has enabled Haven to open its hospitals in small and large communities across the country. Haven locates its hospitals in communities where its services can complement and enhance existing networks of psychiatric treatment.

Haven’s commitment to quality behavioral healthcare continues now and in the future.