Representative Transactions

Angler West served as exclusive financial advisor to Inperium, Inc., a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit organization, that closed seven transactions in a twelve-month period, adding approximately $30 million to consolidated net assets.  

Angler West represented Woods Services, a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit organization and one of the nation’s largest human services providers, in connection with its affiliation with Allies, Inc., a New Jersey nonprofit.

Angler West represented Great Point Partners, LLC, a private equity firm, in connection with the acquisition of Children’s Learning Connection, Inc. by Great Point’s portfolio company, Pacific Child and Family Associates.

Angler West has represented Providence Service Corporation (NASDAQ: PRSC) in eleven transactions. Providence ( is the nation’s largest provider of community-based human services;

Angler West represented Cornell Companies (NYSE: CRN), the nation’s third largest private corrections firm, in connection with its acquisition of the site for its New Morgan Academy juvenile corrections facility in Pennsylvania and in a second transaction in New Jersey;

Angler West represented Baltimore nonprofit Sheppard Pratt Health System in the sale of a behavioral health subsidiary to a private firm. Baltimore based Sheppard Pratt is among the nation’s top psychiatric facilities according to U.S. News & World Report;

Angler West represented Sequel Youth and Family Services, one of the nation’s largest private for-profit providers, in two acquisition, one in Florida and a second in Arizona;


Angler West represented VNA of Maryland, LLC, the state’s largest provider of home health care as well as one of its largest providers of hospice services, in connection with the sale of all of its assets in two concurrent transactions. VNA of Maryland was jointly owned by Johns Hopkins, Genesis Health Ventures, the University of Maryland Hospitals and two other Maryland healthcare institutions;

Angler West represented APS Healthcare in connection with its acquisition of Innovative Resources Group for $27 million. Innovative Resources Group was the managed behavioral health subsidiary of Cobalt Corporation (NYSE: CBZ), the Blue Cross/Blue Shield licensee in Wisconsin;


Other assignments have involved leading public, private and nonprofit specialty care providers (MR/DD, rehabilitation, psychiatric facilities) as well as an assortment of human services organizations (juvenile corrections, residential care for youth, foster care, special education, etc).