What does Tresoro Group do?


Our firm helps clients navigate the challenges of growth in the complex health care environment, from driving growth, to managing company integrations, to overcoming insurance and regulatory challenges.

What makes Tresoro Group different?


Our twin focus on both business growth and clinical excellence is what sets us apart as advisers whom clients can trust. Tresoro Group is effective at providing solutions because we understand the roles and viewpoints of all key players, from boards, to investors, founders, C-suite executives, and clinicians on the front lines. That is because we have filled many of these roles ourselves. Our ability to speak your language — and the language of the partners with whom you collaborate — allows us to provide laser-targeted counsel to our clients.

What types of clients does Tresoro Group serve?

  • Founder-owned companies seeking advice on the strategic, infrastructure, and personnel transformations they must make to either scale up or secure additional investment
  • Larger health care companies that are considering strategic acquisitions
  • Investors looking for guidance as they explore investment in the behavioral health care space

What services does Tresoro Group offer?


As your strategic partner for growth in behavioral health care, we offer a full range of services, including:

Diligence Services 

Tresoro Group provides comprehensive due diligence services on potential acquisitions. Leveraging our track record as successful behavioral health executives, we provide key insights into business operations, clinical approach, infrastructure, and growth potential. Additionally, we provide in-depth assessments of key management and tap industry resources as references and channel checks. Having overseen multiple private equity transactions in the behavioral health care sector, we offer due diligence support services that allow investors to access business insights that are not otherwise available from a traditional consulting firm. Specific services include:

  • Identification of growth opportunities
  • Review of clinical philosophy and business implications of clinical approach
  • Assessment of key personnel
  • Industry reference / channel checks on businesses and key personnel
  • Review of key business metrics and contextual commentary
  • Assessment of infrastructure adequacy to support growth 
  • Review of potential business efficiencies

Growth and Development Strategies

We work with management teams to create growth plans and assess market attractiveness. Our services include the following:

  • Assessment of markets to determine the gap to full potential market size
  • Competitive landscape assessments
  • Analysis of payer dynamics
  • Regulatory environment reviews
  • Identification of clinical key opinion leaders in the market
  • Assistance crafting your corporate and executive team structure and recruiting top talent
  • Investment R.O.I.: where your next dollar will create the most value for your company


Most importantly, we are a bridge between investors and company founders/management teams. We teach founders how to speak the language of investors and vice versa. Our counsel comes from a place of profound respect for founders and the unique perspectives, passion, and deep knowledge of customer needs that they uniquely possess. Building a company is a creative act, and we understand the pride that founders take in their creations. We also understand the value that investors can bring in terms of scope, scale, and infrastructure. We deeply understand both founders and investors and can provide expert counsel in our clients’ quest to achieve clinical excellence for patients, optimal valuations for businesses, and strong returns for owners and partners.

Where does the name “Tresoro Group” come from?


“Tresoro” is derived from the Italian word for “three sisters.” Our founder is one of multiple generations of three sisters in her family and has three daughters of her own. She believes in sisterhood and is passionate about women’s health issues, mentorship, and leadership. Sisters are there for you, but hold you accountable. They are honest and forgiving. They have your back. This is the kind of support that Tresoro Group offers its clientele.

What is your founder’s background?


Tresoro Group Founder Vicki Kroviak is the former Chief Executive Officer of Monte Nido & Affiliates and a founder of Oliver-Pyatt Centers. She is a widely respected leader in the behavioral health care field who is known for her passionate pursuit of both clinical excellence and business growth.

A decade ago, Kroviak founded world-class eating disorders treatment program Oliver-Pyatt Centers, a nationally recognized provider in South Miami, Florida. Having grown OPC to five facilities in five years, with a compounded annual growth rate of 45%, Kroviak co-led Oliver-Pyatt Centers through its first sale process in 2013, resulting in its acquisition by Centre Partners. As a result, OPC became part of Monte Nido & Affiliates, the premier national eating disorders treatment platform. A little over a year later, Kroviak was named CEO of the combined company.

As CEO, she directed the company’s expansion to multiple new facilities in major markets throughout the country and led the company through a second sale. In the process, Kroviak repeatedly achieved stellar valuations for businesses as well as strong returns for owners and partners. In addition, she identified an unfilled demand for the adolescent population and drove that growth, a testament to her talent for spotting untapped growth opportunities. What sets her apart as an advisor is her consistent track record in building financial value for the companies she managed, while leading patients from all over the world toward lives of recovery.

What leadership roles does your founder hold within the broader behavioral health care industry?


In addition to making an impact on the organizations she directly led, Kroviak is a nationally known and widely respected figure across the wider behavioral health care field. She is a founder of the Residential Eating Disorders Consortium (REDC), a national trade organization and first-of-its-kind collaboration that brought together competing residential eating disorders treatment providers to work together to raise industry standards. The consortium, which now represents 85% of the beds in the entire industry, has garnered national attention as a powerful force for successfully advocating on Capitol Hill to put behavioral health care on a more equal footing with physical health care.