History

Pyramid Healthcare, Inc. is a premier provider of behavioral health care founded in 1999. Today, Pyramid Healthcare employs a staff of 1,400 and operates 64 facilities and 6 schools across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina, offering a variety of treatment and recovery services for adults and teens. Our outstanding leadership sets the standard for our organization. Our 13 facilities located in Pennsylvania and North Carolina offer over 600 residential beds.

In 2012, the multi-state expansion of Pyramid Healthcare began with the acquisition of October Road, Inc. in North Carolina and High Focus Centers in New Jersey. That growth continued in 2014, when Pyramid Healthcare acquired both Today, Inc., which provides residential and outpatient treatment services in eastern Pennsylvania, and Onward Behavioral Health and its Pennsylvania and New Jersey based subsidiaries, including Rehab After Work, The Light Program, and Life Counseling Services, which provide outpatient treatment for substance abuse, mental health and eating disorders.

Pyramid Healthcare is now one of the largest providers of behavioral healthcare in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and a long-standing member of the Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association (RCPA).

Annual Report

Mission

To develop and maintain a team of committed professionals, passionate about identifying human service needs and creating solutions for individuals and families that result in positive growth and a better quality of life.

Leadership

Pyramid Healthcare Board of Directors:

  • Jonathan Wolf, Chief Executive Officer
  • James Andersen, Clearview Capital, LLC
  • Calvin Neider, Clearview Capital, LLC
  • Matt Blevins, Clearview Capital, LLC
  • James Donnelly, Chief Executive Officer, Senior Care Centers of America/Active Day

Jonathan Wolf is the Chief Executive Officer of Pyramid Healthcare, Inc.

Jon is a Pennsylvania native with a Bachelor’s Degree from Penn State University and a Master’s Degree in Hospital Administration from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Jon has been an administrator of behavioral health treatment facilities since 1983, and founded Pyramid Healthcare in 1999.

An active member of the Central Pennsylvania community, Jon previously served as the Annual Campaign Chairman and Chairman of the Board of the United Way of Blair County.

Advisory Board Members

  • Anthony Alianiello, Lieutenant, Altoona Police Department
  • Christie Jordan, Altoona City Council Member
  • Robert Scholl, ABCD Corporation (retired)
  • Frank Rosenhoover, PA State Education Association (retired), Ex-Officio
  • Judy Rosser, Executive Director Blair County Drug and Alcohol Program Inc., Ex-Officio
  • David Burchfield Jr., Allegheny Township Supervisor
  • Donald Beckstead, M.D.
  • Katie Buchanan, Representative for John McGinnis’s Office
  • Reverend Paul Johnson
  • Donna Gority, Blair County Commissioner (retired)

Licensing and Accreditation

Pyramid Healthcare programs are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Division of Drug and Alcohol Programs, Pennsylvania Office of Public Welfare, Office of Children, Youth and Families and the Office of Mental Health, accredited by CARF (The Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and staffed by licensed and qualified professionals. Our schools are recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education as a private provider of alternative education.

Pyramid Healthcare has been awarded the highest level of accreditation by CARF International for its drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs. CARF accreditation demonstrates our quality, accountability, and commitment to the satisfaction of the persons served.

CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services providers. Achieving this accreditation is a direct result of our dedication to providing exceptional, personalized care. We have undergone a detailed peer review process and have demonstrated to a team of surveyors, during an on-site visit, our commitment to providing services and programs of the highest quality.

We do not discriminate against any patient in relation to admission, treatment, discharge, continuing care or employment based on race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, disability (including limited English proficiency) or sexual orientation. We offer priority admission to at-risk populations including IV drug users, adolescents, women, women with children, and preferential treatment services to pregnant women.

Pyramid Healthcare employees and the public may contact the Joint Commission Office of Quality Monitoring to report any concerns or register complaints about a Joint Commission accredited healthcare organization by calling 1-800-994-6610 or by email at complaint@jcaho.org.