News Letters

February 2019 Newsletter

As the shortest month of the year comes to a close, our momentum continues to build. Many of the initiatives and projects that we seeded in 2018 are coming to fruition. Our HR, IT, Safety and Security, and Quality and Compliance Teams have developed an extensive New Employee Orientation process that will run from two…

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Oak Leaves

Tydings Tribune: Winter 2019 Edition

Celebrating 36 Years Of Excellence In Helping Those Who Suffer From Addiction On January 17th, 1983, Ashley officially opened its doors with the goal of removing stigmas that deem addiction a choice, rather than a disease, and encouraging holistic treatment to promote lasting recovery. Father Joseph C. Martin, S.S., passed away a decade ago but…

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January 2019 Newsletter

January 2019 Newsletter

As we close the curtain on a very productive and transformative 2018, I want to wish each and every one of you a happy and prosperous New Year! We have a strong running start into 2019, and I am very confident that with the momentum we have built, we will achieve significant progress this year…

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Snowy Walk

December 2018 Newsletter

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.

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November 2018 Newsletter

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…

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Oak Leaves

Tydings Tribune: Annual Report Edition

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.

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Ashley Addiction Treatment

February Clinical News

In this month’s clinical e-newsletter, we’ll share some of the latest goings-on at Ashley, both on campus and out in the community. On January 26th, we celebrated the 1-year anniversary of our outpatient treatment center in Elkton, MD with an Open House at our Union Hospital location.

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November E-News

The current substance use epidemic in our country has shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, in many ways, the crisis continues to escalate. The President’s Commission on Combatting Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, while imploring President Trump to declare a national public health emergency, shared several statistics…

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Latest News – December 2016 Alumni News

Latest News   Return to News Listing Monday, December 05, 2016 December 2016 Alumni News Surgeon General Releases Report on Alcohol, Drugs, & Health History was made on November 17th with the release of FACING ADDICTION IN AMERICA, The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health. The 428-page document is the first report on…

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Strengthening Our Recovery Event Huge Success!

Latest News   Return to News Listing Tuesday, November 15, 2016 Strengthening Our Recovery Event Huge Success! More than 50 alumni, family members and friends of Ashley attended the panel discussion led by Ashley clinicians Aaron Ramirez and Charlotte Phillips and special guest host, Brandon Novak (author, actor, and former pro skateboarder). The panel, moderated…

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