AAC’s patient outcomes study shows treatment at AAC facilities transforms lives. Only a handful of national treatment centers measure patient outcomes and publicly share the findings.
The national average is 30% abstinence at 12 months (70% relapse rate). AAC’s outcomes showed an average abstinence rate of 63%. After treatment at an AAC facility, we also found the number of days with family conflict decreased by 94%, the number of days experiencing physical health problems decreased by 44%, and the number of days with mental health problems, like depression or anxiety, decreased 56%.
The 90-day promise is American Addiction Centers’ quality guarantee. If a client successfully completes 90 days of consecutive treatment at an AAC facility, we guarantee they will stay clean and sober. If not, the client can return for a complimentary 30 days of treatment.
All detox beds are equipped with EarlySense technology. Detox is such a critical point in a patient’s recovery journey, but it is often met with unforeseen clinical challenges. The patient monitoring system uses a sensor placed beneath the mattress to continuously track the patient’s vitals such as heart rate, breathing rate, and movements, without attaching any wires to the patient.
Concerning changes such as decreases in heart rate, breathing rate, and sudden movements immediately distributes real-time alerts to a central nursing hub, tablets, and mobile devices, providing nurses with ample time to proactively respond, giving patients and their loved ones’ peace of mind.
In addition to our nationwide network of facilities, AAC operates two addiction-specific laboratories, Addiction Labs of America in Tennessee and Sagenex Labs in Louisiana. Through our diagnostic testing, we are able to 3 pinpoint specific genetic indicators to guide the best treatment and medication regimen for each individual patient. Having laboratory services as part of our family of treatment and recovery portfolio ensure seamless, timely, secure, and accurate testing.
All AAC Facilities are HIPAA-compliant and strictly adhere to all laws and regulations. If patients want information shared with their loved ones, the can sign a release of information for those specific individuals.