News Letters

June 2019 Newsletter

June 2019 Newsletter

The month of June wraps up our highly successful 2019 Fiscal Year. We have successfully executed on numerous changes to our business processes, physical environment, and clinical programs. A huge shout out goes to our Business Development Team under Alex Denstman. Our Outreach, Intake and Marketing/Public Relations staff have done a fabulous job increasing our…

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

Tydings Tribune: Spring 2019 Edition

Nature WoRx Helping People to Connect in Recovery All living beings and life forms are created from the same 6 basic elements: carbon, hydrogen, phosphorus, oxygen, nitrogen, and sulfur. These elements entwine and connect people to nature and to each other. Author Johan Hari, states, “The opposite of addiction is connection.” Thus came to life,…

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May 2019 Newsletter

May 2019 Newsletter

Spring has sprung, and with the warmer weather, and longer days comes the greening of the grass and the blooming of flowers. The Ashley campus has never looked better, and we owe a great deal of gratitude to our dedicated ground crew, Kevin Piper, Bobby Judd, and Richard Williams. Keeping the Ashley campus at its…

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April 2019 Newsletter

The month of April begins the fourth and final quarter of our Fiscal year. Building upon the momentum from the first three quarters, let’s take a minute to reflect upon how far we’ve come. Just fifteen months ago, our inpatient census was at 90, our average census at our IOP in Elkton was 80 and…

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March 2019 Newsletter

March 2019 Newsletter

March was a busy month! On Friday, March 22nd, we held a Town Hall Meeting to announce the Ashley System of Care, and several new major developments regarding Ashley’s expansion. These developments are just the beginning of our journey towards reaching our “Big Hairy Audacious Goals” of $250 million of annual gross revenue, and an…

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Dr. Greg Hobelmann Presenting on a Panel in DC

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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