Hope Network launches Troy research program, acquires Pontiac-based New Passages

New Passages Behavioral Health and Rehabilitation Services, located in
Pontiac, has partnered with statewide specialty health care service,
Hope Network based in Grand Rapids. Merging the companies will allow for
a new Troy-based facility, Hope Institute for Research.

The Institute, headed by New Passages CEO and founder Dennis Jacobs,
Ph.D, will help Grand Rapids-based Hope Network continue to be one of
Michigan’s leading providers of traumatic brain injury rehabilitation,
developmental disability services and behavioral health treatments.

Together, Hope Network and New Passages supply almost $40 million in
services across Southeast Michigan and employ about 925 people in the
region.

Hope Network CEO Phil Weaver said “As one seamless organization,
Hope Network and New Passages will be able to provide innovative health
care solutions that assure better outcomes for every individual and
family we serve.”

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