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Brittney Morse, a licensed advanced alcohol and drug counselor, was interviewed in the Washington Post about how a lack of plans can take a toll on a person’s mental health. At the start of the pandemic, many dealt with the disruption of plans, vacations and gatherings, which was certainly an inconvenience. Now that the pandemic […]
Dr. Tamra Hall, AAC’s AVP of clinical excellence and quality, was featured in The Telegraph in an article about relapse rates, and unfortunate overdose deaths, among musicians during lockdown. Many of the measures that protect against COVID-19, such as social distancing and isolation, can produce stressors that increase anxiety and exacerbate mental health and substance […]
Abstaining from alcohol during the first month of the year, commonly known as Dry January, has become an annual tradition that continues to gain participants each year. Dr. Lawrence Weinstein, AAC’s chief medical officer, was interviewed by Bustle on the effects of Dry January that can take place after just one week. In addition to […]
Veterans who are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction may be eligible to receive 30 days of free care from American Addiction Centers. Starting January 1, AAC is accepting applications for treatment at its Desert Hope Treatment Center in Las Vegas. Desert Hope has a specialized program, Salute to Recovery, that was designed to meet the unique needs of […]
American Addiction Centers (AAC) announced today that it has successfully completed a financial restructuring process and emerged as a stronger company with limited debt, a robust balance sheet, and plans for long-term growth.