Nashville Company Battling Opioid Addictions Raises $8 Million

180 Health Partners, a Nashville-based behavioral health company battling the opioid epidemic, has raised $8 million to fund its expansion and help mothers and newborns in more states.

180 Health Partners, led by CEO Justin Lanning, provides access to medical and behavioral health care to pregnant mothers struggling with opioid use and helps them give birth to healthy babies. 

The latest financing round was led by New York-based Spring Mountain Capital and included existing investors Frist Cressey Ventures, Resolute Venture Partners and Altitude Ventures…

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