Townsend has acquired AEET LLC — Addiction Evaluation Education Treatment — in Mandeville.
Townsend, of Lafayette, is a network of medically managed outpatient addiction treatment clinics. Townsend currently operates five clinics in south Louisiana: New Orleans, Metairie, Covington, Baton Rouge and Lafayette.
“The acquisition brings a team of talented and experienced clinicians to the Townsend Covington clinic,” said Michael Handley, Townsend CEO.
Townsend applies a combination of therapy, chronic disease monitoring and medical science to the treatment of addiction, providing full service addiction treatment.
Pratt & Whitney gives money, engine
Pratt & Whitney has donated $1 million dollars to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans.
The company also is donating a Twin Wasp R-1830-90D, an engine that powered several different World War II aircraft.
The monetary donation will be used in part to obtain and exhibit a Corsair, a World War II-era fighter aircraft made famous by “Pappy” Boyington’s Black Sheep Squadron.
The Twin Wasp engine will provide museum visitors with a close-up look at the technology that powered thousands of aircraft during the war.
Pratt & Whitney produced over 360,000 aircraft engines during the World War II era.
Pratt & Whitney President David Hess said the donation is important for sharing the history of a pivotal time in world events.
Hess will be joining the board of trustees for the museum.
Pratt & Whitney is a United Technologies Corp. company.