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Previous Close9.88
Bid9.79 x 800
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range9.79 - 9.89
52 Week Range9.50 - 10.00
Avg. Volume295,720
Market Cap1.224B
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    River Oaks Treatment Center Taps Former Political Campaign Director as Director of Community Affairs

    RIVERVIEW, Fla., Oct. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- River Oaks Treatment Center, a leading provider of substance use treatment in Florida and American Addiction Centers facility, has welcomed Audrey Jackson as the facility’s director of community affairs. For more than 10 years, Jackson honed her political acumen in her home state of Virginia. Some of her previous positions include acting as legislative director and campaign manager for a former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, and the legislative and government affairs director/Central Virginia field director for the office of former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. Because of her extensive experience, she was sought after as a fundraising, community engagement and political consultant for a number of entities, including Senate campaigns, Attorney General campaigns and other state and local efforts.“I’ve often been involved in mental health and substance abuse issues from the public policy arena, and after losing a dear friend who struggled with these conditions, it opened my eyes to the great sadness of this illness that’s often hidden until it’s too late,” said Jackson. “This position allows me to merge my abilities and drive to promote wellbeing for everyone.”As director of community affairs, Jackson plans to immerse herself into the community and increase the visibility of the facility among law enforcement, business leaders, community officials, city and state organizations, and other associations.“Audrey has a stellar background with a proven record of success and I’m pleased to have someone of her caliber on our team,” said Jeff Turiczek, CEO of River Oaks Treatment Center. “In the short time that she’s been with us, she has already proven to be instrumental to our operations and I’m greatly looking forward to her future accomplishments.”Despite her short tenure with River Oaks, she has already fostered relationships with organizations throughout the greater Tampa Bay area.“Those in the community that I’ve worked with so far have been so welcoming, and it’s clear that Tampa Bay understands the need for quality substance use treatment,” said Jackson. “I look forward to continue working with other community groups, business associations and veterans groups in the coming months. No industry or sector is exempt from the illness of addiction and I want the community to know that we’re here to help when needed.”About River Oaks Treatment Center River Oaks Treatment Center treats patients who are struggling with drug addiction, alcohol addiction and co-occurring mental/behavioral health issues. For more information, please find us at RiverOaksTreatment.com.Contact: Maz Rodriguez Sr. Public Relations Specialist MRodriguez@ContactAAC.com Office: 615-727-8392 Cell: 615-335-0893

  • American Addiction Centers and Suicide Survivor Kevin Hines Launch Video Series for Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

    American Addiction Centers and Suicide Survivor Kevin Hines Launch Video Series for Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

    Suicide Survivor Kevin Hines This week marks the 20 year anniversary that Kevin Hines jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. BRENTWOOD, Tenn., Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This week, marks the 20 year anniversary that Kevin Hines jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. In a five-part video series with American Addiction Centers, he is sharing his story to raise awareness about suicide and mental health. Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. According to the CDC, suicide rates have increased 30% since 1999. Stigma often keeps people from seeking help. To learn about the series, visit https://americanaddictioncenters.org/social/journey-to-healing“Through Kevin’s personal story we hope to let others know they are not alone,” said Dr. Lawrence Weinstein, AAC’s chief medical officer. “Addiction and substance use are some of the most common risk factors for suicide. Some studies have shown that those with a substance use disorder have a suicide risk that is 10 to 14 times greater than the general population.”Some of the other risk factors for suicide include: * Being between the age of 15-24 or over 60 * Family history of suicide or suicide attempts * Family history of violence * History of trauma, including physical and sexual abuse * Medical problems * Mental health issues such as depressionKevin was 17 when he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. He struggled to accept his diagnosis and believes that played a significant role in his suicide attempt.“I was reluctant to utilize treatment that was right in front me,” said Kevin. “I wasn’t adequately following the treatment plan. Instead, I lied to my family. I told them I was fine on a regular basis when I was not. I was all over the place and it would lead me on September 25, 2000, to go that route. It was the worst action of my entire life. Sadly, 99% of those who attempt suicide in the way I did never get to tell their stories. I got the privilege and the gift of survival. Since then, I’ve traveled the world, sharing my stories of hope, healing and recovery for people in brain pain to try and keep them here.”Kevin and his wife have also launched a foundation that invests in the most promising research, programs and interventions for suicide prevention and brain/mental health.If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).About American Addiction Centers American Addiction Centers is a leading provider of inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment services. We treat clients who are struggling with drug addiction, alcohol addiction and co-occurring mental/behavioral health issues. We currently operate substance abuse treatment facilities located throughout the United States. These facilities are focused on delivering effective clinical care and treatment solutions. For more information, please find us at www.AmericanAddictionCenters.org or call 866-244-1070 for help. We also offer several online resources for the public. Visit americanaddictioncenters.org/online-resources to learn more.Contact:  Joy Sutton, Director of Corporate Communications jsutton@contactaac.com 615-587-7728 A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/4e05dc83-9520-42a9-a86e-8343b1e47bbb

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    Newsweek Magazine Names Laguna Treatment Hospital One of America’s Best Treatment Centers

    ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Sept. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Laguna Treatment Hospital, a leading provider of substance use treatment services in Southern California, has been recognized by Newsweek magazine as one of the best addiction treatment centers in America. This distinction was only given to 200 centers nationwide and 55 in the state of California out of the thousands of treatment providers. “We are honored to receive acknowledgement of this magnitude,” said Marlon Rollins, Ph.D., CEO of Laguna Treatment Center. “Providing our patients with high-quality care is of the utmost importance and this recognition is a testament to the work our medical and clinical staff does every day. Their commitment to kindness and clinical excellence is put to practice daily and I am proud to work alongside this team.”In partnership with Statista, Newsweek utilized data provided by SAMHSA and consulted with thousands of addiction professionals, such as medical doctors, therapists and counselors in selecting the best treatment providers.The criteria included: * Quality of care * Quality of service * Quality of follow up care * Accommodations and amenitiesLaguna Treatment Hospital is an accredited, hospital-based treatment center and is the first freestanding facility in Orange County that is licensed as a chemical dependency recovery hospital. Laguna can provide all levels of care from medical detox to intensive outpatient treatment as well as clinical and support services for individuals with substance use disorders, co-occurring mental health disorders, and patients with chronic medical conditions. The facility also offers a wide range of amenities including a fitness center, outdoor pool, game tables, fire pit, yoga classes, hotel-style accommodations and nutritious meals prepared by an award-winning executive chef that help restore the body’s strength.“During these unprecedented and challenging times, we know that the number of overdoses has increased nearly 20% nationwide and continue to rise exponentially,” said Dr. Rollins. “Many people are experiencing immense anxiety and stress, which can be precursors to substance use and/or relapse. Now, more than ever, patients need quality care they can trust.”About Laguna Treatment Hospital Laguna Treatment Hospital treats patients who are struggling with drug addiction, alcohol addiction and co-occurring mental/behavioral health issues. For more information, find us at LagunaTreatment.com  CONTACT: Contact: Maz Rodriguez Sr. Public Relations Specialist Office: 615-727-8392 Cell: 615-335-0893 MRodriguez@ContactAAC.com