BRENTWOOD, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AAC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AAC), through one of its subsidiaries, completed the previously announced acquisition of Solutions Recovery, Inc., its affiliates and associated real estate assets for an aggregate $6.75 million in cash and $6.25 million of restricted shares of AAC Holdings’ common stock. The cash portion of the purchase price was funded from borrowings on the Company’s Deerfield subordinated debt facility. The acquisitions provide the following:
“Las Vegas is one of our highest demand markets, and we are now better able to address the needs in this market with both out-of-network and in-network inpatient and outpatient treatment facilities”
- 100 Sober Living Beds (owned)
- 80 Licensed In-Network Detox, Residential and Halfway House Beds (leased)
- 24 Sober Living Beds (leased)
- 2 Licensed, In-Network Outpatient Centers (leased)
“Las Vegas is one of our highest demand markets, and we are now better able to address the needs in this market with both out-of-network and in-network inpatient and outpatient treatment facilities,” said Michael Cartwright, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of AAC Holdings. “Similar to what we are pursuing with the recent acquisition of sober living capacity in Arlington, Texas, we expect the additional sober living capacity to support continued growth and treatment options in both our Desert Hope outpatient facility and the Solutions Recovery outpatient centers.”
Solutions Recovery provides detoxification, residential, and intensive outpatient treatment as well as sober living services in the greater Las Vegas area. Dave Marlon, the facility CEO, is joining AAC along with the Solutions Recovery staff.
Solutions Recovery generated revenue of approximately $6.1 million for the year ended December 31, 2015. While Adjusted EBITDA is currently minimal, the Company expects to generate approximately $2 million of Adjusted EBITDA in the first twelve months of ownership.
About American Addiction Centers
American Addiction Centers is a leading provider of inpatient substance abuse treatment services. AAC treats clients who are struggling with drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and co-occurring mental/behavioral health issues. AAC currently operate 30 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 AmericanAddictionCenters.org or follow us on Twitter @AAC_Tweet.
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