American Addiction Centers Grows Las Vegas Market with Key Leadership
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is excited to announce a new key leadership role and a new hire in the Las Vegas community that will work directly with the Solutions Recovery and Desert Hope treatment centers.
David Marlon has taken on the responsibility of Regional Vice President of Nevada for American Addiction Centers.
David Marlon has taken on the responsibility of regional vice president of Nevada for AAC. In this new and challenging role, Marlon will oversee all treatment operations in the state of Nevada, including Solutions Recovery and Desert Hope treatment facilities. Prior to joining AAC, Marlon was the president and co-founder of Solutions Recovery, Inc. Marlon has more than 20 years of experience serving as chief operating officer, president, and vice president of Sierra Health Services, and more than 10 years as chief executive officer of Solutions Recovery.
The creation of the regional vice president of Nevada role for AAC will have a direct impact on how Nevadans move forward in receiving substance abuse treatment and behavioral healthcare. This is a corporate oversight role and will not change the distinct entity.
“It is an honor to work for AAC helping treat people with the chronic brain disease of addiction,” said Marlon. “I am especially grateful being able to help people in my home of Las Vegas and Nevada. While many know us as having the best medical and clinical programs combined with a genuinely caring team, what people may not know is that we are the largest provider in the state. I am excited to grow the company even larger and help many more lives in the process.”
Adding to the growth, Ambrozino Storr was hired as the new CEO of Desert Hope Treatment Center. Storr has extensive experience in behavioral healthcare in addition to over 12 years of delivering psychiatric patient care for adults, adolescents and children in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Prior to joining AAC, Storr was president of Eating Recovery Center of California, and has prior tenure as CEO of three Acadia Healthcare behavioral hospitals.
“I am happy to be able to work with the amazing staff at Desert Hope and in community partnerships,” said Storr. “We aim to not only perfect the quality of care we provide but to increase the amount of people we are able to provide care to.”