Ropes & Gray Advises Altamont Capital Partners in a Majority Stake Investment in Sequel Youth & Family Services
Ropes & Gray advised Altamont Capital Partners in its majority equity investment into Sequel Youth & Family Services, a leading national provider of diversified behavioral health programs across the U.S. Founded in 1999, Sequel Youth & Family Services currently operates 44 distinct programs, ranging from residential treatment to community based programs, across 19 states and serves approximately 9,000 clients from 42 states and U.S. territories. The transaction was announced on September 5.
The Ropes & Gray team included private equity partners Jason Freedman and Howard Glazer, private equity senior associate Minh-Chau Le, finance partner Steven Rutkovsky, tax partner Amanda Holt, benefits partner Jennifer Rikoski, health care partner Deborah Gersh and IP transactions partner Megan Baca.