Largest ketamine therapy provider in the United States offering infusions for depressions, chronic pains, anxiety among others Ketamine Wellness Centers (KWC) entered into a partnership deal with the Veterans Administration (VA) in Arizona.
Thorough the partnership, Veterans ailing from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and resistant depression will have access to ketamine therapy at the KWC Arizona clinics in Phoenix, Tucson and Mesa – Gilbert at no extra cost with prior authorization from the VA.
This partnership comes as an additional to the one established with KWC located in Burnsville, Minnesota. Citing data from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP), the U.S has over 20 million veterans with over 500,000 living in the state of Arizona.
The ODPHP established that veterans in Arizona are three times more likely to commit suicide than other veterans in other states. According to the data also, one out of every three veterans know a veteran who is not currently receiving the necessary mental health care.
The chief executive officer of KWC, Kevin Nicholson, who is also the COO of the company’s parent company Delic Holding Corp. (CSE: DELC) (OTCQB: DELCF) says KWC is among the few therapy providers in the United States authorized to partner with the VA and the remain fully committed to offering exceptional, therapeutic services that meet the needs of each veteran seeking quality mental health care.
“At KWC, we take great pride in supporting our veterans in Arizona and across the country. Unfortunately, veterans often face challenges securing the care they seek, such as access and affordability, and our partnership with the Veterans Administration will help to alleviate some of them. The VA is a dedicated service organization that shares our commitment to supporting our veterans on the path to securing the mental health services they need to gain control over their lives again. We anticipate even more VA contracts as a result of the resources KWC has committed to expanding insurance coverage for our patients,” said the CEO.