Ashley understands that addiction is not only an intergenerational disease, but one built of stress and trauma. Our greatest goal is to facilitate a lifelong recovery. Typically in our field, treatment is defined as 6 months of abstinence from drugs or alcohol. Much like cancer or diabetes, however, addiction is often a recurring disorder because […]
Archives for 2018
December 29th marks my official one-year anniversary as the President and CEO of Ashley. Reflecting upon a very busy 2018, I would mark the last twelve months as a period of evolutionary change for our organization. In this time, we have changed a lot of processes and procedures to improve how we operate organizationally.
Ashley holds pride in our long, successful history as a leader in addiction treatment. Founded in 1983 by Father Martin and Mae Abraham (“Ashley”) who were or are recovering alcoholics, we continue to share the message they learned in recovery—that removing shame and continuing to reduce stigma gives room for hope, and where there is […]
From the desk of Becky Flood: November marks the beginning of the Holiday season, and I want to begin by personally wishing each and every one of you a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving. I also want to extend my sincere appreciation for your commitment and hard work throughout this transformational year. I hope that all […]
This year has been transformative for Ashley. We welcomed new leaders, updated the look and feel, and embraced a new mission: We transform and save human lives by integrating the science of medicine, the art of therapy, and the compassion of spirituality. The leadership team and staff have been hard at work to continue to move Ashley forward and extend our reach to spread hope to all those suffering from addiction.
Ashley Addiction Treatment is constantly combating addiction on a case-by-case basis and in a more global perspective by trying to change the way people think about addiction. That means we’re fighting a difficult battle unless we have your help. We need help from our community, the personal commitment of the individual patients, and a strong […]