Nonprofit behavioral health care provider Centerstone has named Col. Kent Crossley as executive director of Military Services.
Crossley, a U.S. Army veteran, will be based in Nashville and oversee programming, operations and fundraising activities related to military and veteran services.
"We are delighted to welcome Kent as executive director of Centerstone Military Services," David Guth Jr., Centerstone CEO, said in a release. "His insight and leadership will be invaluable as Centerstone seeks to expand how we support veterans, service members and their loved ones. Our team looks forward to working with him to continue to build the services we provide the military and veteran communities."
Leerink Swann analyst Ana Gupte has launched coverage of Acadia Healthcare with an 'outperform' rating and a $90 price target that gives investors 25 percent of upside from where the shares (Ticker: ACHC) closed on Tuesday. She sees the Franklin-based company beating the Street's consensus EBITDA numbers both this year and next.
Analyst Brian Tanquilut at Jefferies & Co. sees many bright days ahead for Acadia Healthcare investors. Following the company's second-quarter earnings report, he has raised his price target for the stock to $100 from $88. That leaves a lot of upside: Acadia (Ticker: ACHC) closed last week's trading at $81.02 and is to $81.84 this afternoon.
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