Addiction Treatment Providers Navigate Struggles, Present Solutions in Light of COVID-19

While it’s relatively easy to deliver mental health counseling remotely using telehealth, addiction treatment providers face more unique challenges in light of COVID-19. For those in substance use disorder (SUD) recovery, in-person touch points are especially important. Social contact helps reduce a person’s risk of relapse, and many people with SUD rely on the assistance […]

UHS, Acadia, Other Behavioral Providers Share COVID-19 Response Plans

Behavioral health providers around the country are doing their best to meet the need for services while also mitigating the risks surrounding COVID-19. For some, that means suspending visitation and leaning into telehealth, while for others it means taking things day-by-day and case-by-case. Here’s how the behavioral health industry is responding to the coronavirus pandemic. […]

New York Stock Exchange to Delist American Addiction Centers Parent Company

The New York Stock Exchange has started the process to delist AAC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AAC), the parent company of American Addiction Centers. The news comes after the NYSE suspended trading on the stock just a few days earlier. Both moves are a consequence of AAC falling below the NYSE’s continued listing standard. It requires […]