|Bid||0.0000 x 800|
|Ask||0.0000 x 1400|
|Day's Range||0.4600 - 0.4900|
|52 Week Range||0.3220 - 3.3200|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 7, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||4.50|
“For someone to check into Desert Hope, they are often at one of the lowest points in their life, and they don’t need to see someone up in an ivory tower wearing a three-piece suit trying to relate to them,” said Price. Price has dedicated most of his career to helping people get better, a passion spurred by his own health challenges. “My goal in life is to help people be the best versions of themselves,” said Price.
River Oaks Treatment Center, an American Addiction Centers facility and leading provider of substance use treatment, has welcomed Shannan Harris as the facility’s new director of community affairs. Over the past 20 years, Harris has worked extensively in healthcare with a number of entities, including government agencies and non-profit organizations.
River Oaks Treatment Center, a leading addiction treatment provider in Florida, has announced the creation of an LGBT+ treatment track designed for patients who identify as a member of the community or those who may have a close family member who identifies as LGBT+. “According to research, the rate of substance use in the LGBT+ community is disproportionately higher than that of the general U.S. population,” said Hirely Martinez-Cabrera, the lead therapist who oversees the program. As a member of the LGBT+ community with a clinical background, Martinez-Cabrera was instrumental in developing the track at River Oaks.
River Oaks Treatment Center, a leading provider of substance use treatment in the Tampa area, has announced the addition of a treatment track dedicated to the specific needs of current and former first responders. First responders can include active military, veterans, emergency medical technicians, firefighters, police officers or any other profession that may involve exposure to trauma on the job. “Providers of services that involve traumatic moments encounter scenarios that the general public may never experience,” said Christine Hernando, a licensed mental health counselor.
For someone in recovery, attending holiday gatherings where alcohol is in abundance can be challenging, especially when you’ve committed to a life of sobriety. To help them navigate this season with ease, American Addiction Centers has released a free holiday sobriety toolkit. The mobile-friendly downloadable guide offers practical tips and motivation to prevent a relapse.
Laguna Treatment Hospital, an American Addiction Centers facility and leading provider of substance use treatment, has welcomed Laura Giffin as the facility’s Alumni Services Manager. In her new role, Giffin plans to further incorporate Laguna Treatment Hospital into the community she calls home. Addiction is an illness very personal to Giffin.
AAC, which is currently being traded on an over-the-counter market, was delisted from the NYSE in November because it did not maintain a $15 million market cap over a consecutive 30-day trading period.
BRENTWOOD, Tenn., Nov. 12, 2019 -- AAC Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AACH) (“the Company” or “AAC”) announced financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30,.
AAC Holdings, Inc. (OTC:AACH) today announced a new date for the release of its results for the third quarter of 2019. The Company plans to issue its earnings release before the market opens on Tuesday, November 12, 2019, and will host a conference call and live webcast on the same day at 9 a.m. CDT to discuss business highlights and financial performance for the period. “Currently, the Company expects sequential positive operating results for the third consecutive quarter,” said American Addiction Centers.
The deals come a little more than a week after the Brentwood-based company was kicked off the New York Stock Exchange.
AAC Holdings, Inc. announced today several new developments for the company, including an agreement with its senior secured lenders that provided the Company with an additional $5 million of liquidity and a forbearance agreement through March 31, 2020, regarding certain events of default. AAC Holdings also appointed three new independent members to its board of directors this week. The new members are LOC Distribution CEO Bob Nash, Vogel Partners Managing Member Scott D. Vogel and TML Corporate Strategies President T. Michael Logan.
Greenhouse Treatment Center, an American Addiction Centers facility and leading substance use provider in Texas, has introduced the Licensed Professionals Treatment Program designed to address the unique issues and specific needs of specialists in various occupations. Designed for credentialed professionals, this program focuses on the specific recovery challenges this population may face while equipping them with the skills to navigate circumstances particular to their field. According to research, 21% of lawyers struggle with alcohol abuse, and an estimated one in 10 medical professionals will experience alcohol and/or substance use at one point during their lifetime.
Freedom from addiction is possible. Studies indicate that one in 10 veterans has been diagnosed with a substance use disorder. Through its social media campaign, launching on November 11, AAC is on a mission to get more veterans into treatment.
Greenhouse Treatment Center, a leading substance use treatment facility in Texas, is providing extra support to patients who have recently completed treatment with the introduction of MAP Health Management. It is for these reasons that aftercare support, such as MAP Health Management, can be essential for helping them maintain their sobriety. Just before completing treatment, each patient meets with a MAP administrator to establish a profile and, based on a number of personal factors, such as gender, age and drug of choice, specially match them with a peer recovery support specialist.
Shares of AAC Holdings Inc. were suspended from trading on the New York Stock Exchange Monday and the exchange has initiated delisting proceedings on the company, according to a news release. The NYSE is delisting AAC’s stock because the company did not maintain a $15 million market cap over a consecutive 30-day trading period, according to the release. Shares of AAC closed Friday at 48 cents per share, giving the company a market cap of $12.1 million.
Brentwood, Tennessee--(Newsfile Corp. - October 23, 2019) - AAC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AAC) today announced that, as a result of continued positive discussions with the Company's senior secured lenders, the Company expects to enter into an agreement securing additional liquidity and receiving a forbearance from its senior secured lenders regarding certain previous events of default. The Company expects to finalize the agreement with its senior secured lenders next week, although no assurance can ...
BRENTWOOD, TN / ACCESSWIRE / October 23, 2019 / AAC Holdings, Inc. (AAC) today announced that as a result of continued positive discussions with the Company's senior secured lenders, the Company expects to enter into an agreement securing additional liquidity and receiving a forbearance from its senior secured lenders regarding certain previous events of default. The Company expects to finalize the agreement with its senior secured lenders next week, although no assurance can be made that an agreement will result from these discussions within that time frame or that an agreement consistent with these discussions will be reached at all. The Company is also in the process of finalizing the appointment of three additional independent members to its Board of Directors.
Greenhouse Treatment Center, a leading addiction treatment provider in Texas, has developed and implemented the PATH program, a specialized substance use and mental health treatment track designed for those with chronic mental illness. The PATH (personalized and therapeutic healing) program addresses specific mental health issues that may increase the possibility of relapse and equips patients with life and coping skills conducive to recovery.
The company is one of a trio of Brentwood-based health care companies that have struggled to remain listed on a public exchange over the last 12 months.
The Company plans to issue its earnings release before the market opens on Thursday, November 7, 2019, and will host a conference call and live webcast on the same day at 8 a.m. CDT to discuss business highlights and financial performance for the period. “Currently, the Company expects sequential positive operating results for the third consecutive quarter,” said American Addiction Centers. The live audio webcast of the Company's quarterly conference call will be available online in the Investor Relations section of the Company's website at ir.americanaddictioncenters.org, and the online replay will be available approximately one hour after the end of the call.
American Addiction Centers (AAC), a leading provider of substance use treatment services, released the latest installment of its new docuseries, “Far From Finished,” featuring former BMX Elite Pro Tony Hoffman. The docuseries gives viewers an in-depth look at recovery through stories of those who are reclaiming their lives from drug and/or alcohol addiction. In the documentary, Hoffman shares his journey from prison to the 2016 Rio Olympics, and how his struggles with addiction almost ended his life and his dreams.