Why is BHG for-profit? | Opioid Addiction Treatment Services

This question could be applied to many different types of healthcare companies. Why are physicians and many hospitals for profit? Why are dialysis centers and insulin manufacturers for profit? As is true for many healthcare and social services, it is not only appropriate, but preferable, to have for-profit providers as an option for patients, for many reasons:


Higher competitiveness is one reason that the private sector succeeds in healthcare. The private sector is often more efficient (and, thus, lower cost) than the public/non-profit sector. In BHG's case, instead of relying on donations or taxpayer revenue to exist, our treatment facilities must be self-sustaining. As a result, we are very diligent when it comes to site selection and maintaining efficient operations. This also keeps us focused on customer satisfaction and on providing effective, prompt, and courteous service to patients. As a result, patient outcomes and satisfaction scores for private, for-profit entities often surpass those of public or non-profit entities.


In addition, BHG is built to last. If a non-profit or government program runs out of donations or taxpayer revenue, they are forced out of business. As a self-sustaining, for-profit business, we will be able to continue to serve our patients regardless of outside circumstances. We'll be here for our patients as long as they need us.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Q: Is methadone related in any way to the “meth” that one sees in the news?

Absolutely not. Methadone is in no way related to “meth,” which is the nickname for methamphetamine. Methadone is a legal opioid produced by pharmaceutical companies for the relief of pain and for use in the treatment of opioid abuse. Methamphetamine – or “crystal meth” as it is commonly known – is a non-opioid, illegal stimulant […]


Words From Our Patients:

I am very thankful I had the clinic to come to. If I had not had the clinic to come to, I would probably not be here today. I was taking thirty plus pills a day. I went to [my local hospital] and they told me if I didn’t do something I would be dead […]