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Baltimore Behavioral Health

City mental health clinic in default on bank loans

One of Baltimore's largest providers of drug treatment services is in default on loans of up to $2.5 million, its bank says, raising questions about the financial well-being of a clinic that treats hundreds of addicts in the city. Bank of America is suing Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. for access to its financial records, alleging that the West Pratt Street clinic is in default and has refused to provide "critical financial information." The bank also claims that clinic funds paid for board members' monthly spa services, boat repairs and personal mortgage payments, an accusation that one BBH board member dismissed as unsupported "hype." The bank's...

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