RHA Health Services Welcomes Pitt County Group Homes

January 4, 2022

RHA Health Services is pleased to announce the acquisition of Pitt County Group Homes, a provider of residential and day and employment support services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, based in Grifton, NC.

Mary Grace Bright, Executive Director of Pitt County Group Homes, said of the acquisition, “It was important to the Pitt County Group Homes Board of Directors to find the right company to acquire Pitt County Group Homes and ensure that the people we’ve supported for many years continue to receive high-quality services. We believe that RHA was the best choice to carry forward this work and are glad to have partnered with them on this acquisition.”

Throughout the acquisition, RHA worked to ensure that those receiving services from Pitt County Group Homes did not experience any interruption to services and that former Pitt County Group Homes employees were seamlessly hired by RHA.

“We are excited to welcome Pitt County Group Homes to the RHA family,” said Jeanne Duncan, CEO of RHA Health Services. “They have provided decades of excellent services to the people they support. We look forward to working with people supported, families and guardians, employees, and other partners to continue that tradition of high-quality services and supports.”

RHA is interested in continuing to grow and provide services to people across more communities. If you are interested in exploring an acquisition with RHA, please contact Shaun Roark, Vice President of Business Development, at shaun.roark@rhanet.org.

About RHA

Founded in 1989, RHA began as a small provider of support services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in North Carolina. Over the years, we have expanded to include a broad range of disability services and continue to add other types of services across multiple states to meet our communities’ needs. Today, RHA provides disability services in Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. In North Carolina and Pennsylvania, RHA also provides a wide variety of mental health and substance use services as well as support services for those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

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