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American Addiction Centers is a national behavioral healthcare provider focused on addiction treatment and rehabilitation.

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Brentwood, TN, US

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American Addiction Centers, Inc., formerly Forterus Inc. is engaged in diverse business activities, including behavioral healthcare, intervention services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, pain management, physical therapy, finance, as well as thoroughbred breeding and racing through its subsidiary ABTTC, Inc (ABTTC). The Company, under the name Mezey Howarth Racing Stable, buys, sells and races thoroughbred race horses, weanlings and yearlings to racing age horses. On June 25, 2008, Forterus entered into a binding Letter of Intent (LOI) for the acquisition of ABTTC, Inc. In February 2009, Forterus Healthcare, a division of the Company announced the completion of its acquisition of Solutions 4 Recovery Inc., a drug and alcohol treatment center.

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CEO, Forterus

Marc Turner

Clinical Consultant

C.C. Nuckols

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