Leading national provider of behavioral health and addiction treatment services to invest $4.5 million, create 125 new jobs in Williamson County
Nashville – Summit Behavioral Healthcare (SBH) officials announced the company will invest $4.5 million to expand its Franklin, Tennessee, headquarters.
Through this project, Summit BHC will create 125 new jobs in Williamson County over the next five years.
“Summit BHC has had the pleasure of being headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, for more than 10 years. Thanks to the incredible dedication of our 3,600 employees, we are excited to expand our team in Williamson County to better support our growth and the provision of much-needed behavioral healthcare and substance use disorder treatment at our facilities across the United States. We are grateful to the Governor’s Office, TNECD, TVA, the City of Franklin and Williamson County, together with our other team members and partners, for supporting our continued growth in Tennessee,” said Brent Turner, CEO, Summit Behavioral Healthcare.
SBH was established to develop and operate a network of leading behavioral and mental health centers throughout the country. The company currently operates more than 35 inpatient facilities that specialize in helping adults, adolescents and families suffering from mental health challenges and addiction. Upon completion of the project, the company will employ more than 450 Tennesseans.
“Tennessee has made itself a destination for headquarters to thrive thanks to our unmatched business climate and skilled workforce. I thank Summit BHC for its ongoing investment in Tennessee and for creating 125 new jobs to provide greater opportunity for Tennesseans across Williamson County,” said Gov. Bill Lee.
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