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CRC Health Group Announces Acquisition of Bayside Marin Recovery Center, San Rafael
Date:8/30/2007

CUPERTINO, Calif., Aug. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Barry Karlin, Chairman and CEO of CRC HEALTH GROUP, the nation's leader in specialized behavioral health care has announced the acquisition of Bayside Marin Recovery Center (684 Pt San Pedro Road, San Rafael, CA 94901).

Located in Marin County, California, Bayside Marin is nestled in the hills overlooking San Francisco Bay. The facility has an exceptional reputation and provides a holistic treatment approach that incorporates biological, psychological, social and spiritual treatment modalities tailored to the individual client's needs. The highly credentialed staff offers treatment in a small and private setting, which allows for individualized attention and intensive therapies.

"We are proud and excited to welcome Bayside Marin Recovery and its team to the CRC family," said Dr. Karlin. "Bayside Marin is a high-quality, comprehensive and very successful program that offers a full range of treatment services for addiction and pain management. The addition of Bayside Marin's pain program will extend the same sort of high quality residential pain management services to California that CRC Health has long offered in the Eastern and Mountain Regions. We are extremely pleased that the executive team that helped build this outstanding program will continue in their current leadership roles," Karlin added.

Founded by Perry Litchfield in 2004, Bayside Marin has established a national reputation for excellence. "Our commitment to excellence has never wavered and I am convinced that joining CRC Health Group's national network of facilities will allow us to further expand our services to those in need. We have a great deal of respect for CRC Health and have long known of their reputation for excellence. This will be a great union of like minded companies," said Litchfield.

For more information about Bayside Marin please visit their website at http://www.baysidemarin.com or call 800-757-7131.

With 142 programs in 29 states and the UK, CRC Health Group is the largest and most comprehensive network of behavioral/educational health programs in the nation. As a world-class specialty health organization, CRC Health has provided healing and hope in the lives of their patients and students. By offering the largest array of personalized treatment services, individuals, families and professionals can choose the most appropriate treatment setting for their behavioral, addiction and therapeutic educational needs. For over two decades, CRC programs have helped individuals and families reclaim and enrich their lives.

For more about CRC Health please visit our website http://www.crchealth.com or call 866.762.3766.

Contact: Bob Weiner/Rebecca Vander Linde, 301-283-0821/202-329-1700


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