KetamineOne Capital (NEO: MEDI) is evidently looking to expanding its service offerings. The firm this morning revealed that it has entered into an arrangement with a group to provide psychology, therapy, dietary, and other health services to its clients.
The arrangement, signed with Psychology & Counselling Services Group, will see the aforementioned health services provided to the firms IRP Health subsidiary, with the services expected to begin to be offered next month. The group currently has a team of over 35 trained mental health professionals that will deployed to increase IRP’s offerings.
PCSG’s offerings consist of a number of specialties within the therapy and psychology space, including couple or family therapy., psychoeducational assessments, psychological and vocational assessments, and interventions for children, youth and adults. The arrangement as a result is expected to significantly expand the current rehabilitation program offered to first responders and veterans.
“This partnership with Ketamine One demonstrates our commitment ensuring we are providing a full multidisciplinary approach to Mental Health for Veterans, First Responders and all of those suffering with Mental Health challenges,” commented President of Clinic Operations Keith White.
The arrangement follows the announcement last month that the company will be expanding the presence of its IRP Health division across Canada with the addition of four new locations.
KetamineOne last traded at $1.39 on the Neo.
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