Indianapolis-based Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers is continuing its expansion into the Atlanta market. The two new centers will bring the total number of Hopebridge centers in the Atlanta area to four with a total of 12 locations expected across Georgia by the end of this year.
The centers will be in Kennesaw and Marietta and are each expected to serve approximately 50 patients. Each center will employ more than 55 team members.
“We identified a need for autism services in these markets and are excited to be able to play a role in filling that void with these new locations in Atlanta,” said Hopebridge CEO Dennis May in a news release. “Hopebridge’s mission is to provide children with autism the best life they deserve, and we look forward to carrying out that vision in these new locations.”
These two additional centers will bring Hopebridge’s growing network to 32 centers in four states consisting of Georgia, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky, with additional states planned in 2019. For a complete list of Hopebridge centers and the services each offers, click here.