New Jersey officials recently granted Legacy Treatment Services of Hainesport, New Jersey the approval to formally affiliate with Woods Services of Langhorne, Pennsylvania. The affiliation, effective as of January 1, is another move in Woods Services’ strategic transformation plan to expand its comprehensive, coordinated approach to care for consumers with complex medical and behavioral health care needs due to a wide range of intellectual and developmental disabilities, genetic disorders, child welfare issues, and brain trauma.
Together, the two organizations anticipate creating a dynamic population health management organization that provides the highest quality of compassionate and evidence-based care. The partnership between Woods Services and Legacy Treatment Services, first announced in June 2018, grew from a mutual dedication to achieving exceptional outcomes for the children and adults each organization serves. Woods had already embarked on a plan to significantly bolster its clinical programming, and was looking for a leader in evidence-based treatment and clinical care to help lay the foundation for future programming—finding that leader in Legacy. Legacy not only provided the blueprint, but the expertise and support Woods needed to help launch its “Clinical Transformation” in late 2018.
Woods Services is a nonprofit, multi-service population health management and advocacy organization. Legacy Treatment Services, a 501c3 nonprofit, was created as a merger between The Drenk Center and The Children’s Home in addition to an affiliation with Community Treatment Solutions.
This was reported by Woods on January 14, 2019.
Contact Information: Woods Services, Routes 413 and 213, Post Office Box 36, Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047; (215) 750-4000; Website: www.woods.org
Contact Information: Legacy Treatment Services, 1289 Route 38 West, Suite 203, Hainesport, New Jersey 08036; (609) 267-5656; Website: www.legacytreatment.org