Our Brand Promise is Your Treatment Guaranty

Brand Promise


See Our Terms and Conditions:

In the event of a relapse at any time post-treatment, American Addiction Centers, Inc. will provide qualified individuals with up to an additional 30 consecutive days of treatment at one of its facilities at no additional cost to you. Some people think of it as a treatment guaranty – to us, us it’s our brand promise.

In order to qualify under the terms of this offer, you must successfully complete 90 consecutive days of treatment as prescribed by counselors and staff at a facility owned and operated by American Addiction Centers, Inc. (AAC) commencing on or after September 1, 2012.

To apply for your complementary 30-days of treatment you must first contact an authorized American Addiction Centers Admissions Coordinator. One of our Admissions Coordinators can be reached at 877-640-1943.

If at or around the time of relapse there are no current vacancies, American Addiction Centers, Inc., in its sole discretion, may postpone the admittance to a date when there is availability in one of its corporate-owned facilities.

If admitted for treatment under the Brand Promise, any departure from the treatment facility prior to the completion of the entire complimentary 30-days will result in the forfeiture of any remaining balance of days.

American Addiction Centers, Inc. will not cover the cost of travel to and from any facility.

You will be responsible for any and all costs associated with your medications.

This offer is nontransferable, may only be used once, and the complimentary 30 days must be used consecutively.

The Brand Promise offer is valid under current ownership only. In the event American Addiction Centers, Inc. is a party to a transaction in which change of control is effected, or in the event of a corporate dissolution, the Brand Promise guarantee may expire, effective immediately.

At its sole discretion, American Addiction Centers, Inc. may update the terms and conditions from time-to-time and without notice.

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