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

April 2018 Alumni News

Join us at Ashley for our next Recovery Enrichment Day, Saturday, May 19th. AA archivists, Wally P. and Carver B. will be here for “Back to Basics” – a one-day, intensive 12-Step workshop. Wally P. is the originator of the Back to Basics Beginners’ Meetings, which have grown to more than 6,000 groups and produced more than 700,000 recoveries since its’ reintroduction into the 12-Step community in 1997.

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Ashley Addiction Treatment

March Clinical News

National Nutrition Month: Eating right to stay sober
March is recognized as National Nutrition Month, and it’s a great opportunity for us to look at how we plan, shop and prepare the foods we eat each day. Substance use can have a serious and long-term negative effect on our health and nutrition, as it can disrupt physiological functioning and impair the body’s ability to receive proper nourishment.

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Ashley Addiction Treatment

March 2018 Alumni News

National Nutrition Month: Eating right to stay sober
March is recognized as National Nutrition Month, and it’s a great opportunity for us to look at how we plan, shop and prepare the foods we eat each day. Substance use can have a serious and long-term negative effect on our health and nutrition, as it can disrupt physiological functioning and impair the body’s ability to receive proper nourishment.

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Diverse Group

February 2018 Alumni News

Over the past few months, the YALC has been reaching out to charitable organizations, looking for opportunities to be of service in our community. One of these organizations, The Paris Foundation of Elkton, MD, serves food to 100+ of the homeless population of Elkton every single day. Our YALC members have a monthly commitment to assist the foundation and help serve meals to those in need. We are proud to work with such an amazing organization, committed to helping the community, and offering recovery solutions and other support to those in need in Cecil County.

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2018 Feature

January Alumni News – Happy New Year!

A “good program” starts, of course, with a good Step 1 – nothing else can happen if we haven’t first established the foundation of our recovery by identifying and admitting the problem. A good first step can make or break the recovery process.
“We admitted we were powerless over alcohol / our addiction – that our lives had become unmanageable.”

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April eNews

April eNews A Letter from Ashley’s President Greetings! Every year I am reminded that early spring is a wonderful time to be on the Ashley campus – a time of renewal. With trees and bushes blossoming wherever one looks, we are reminded that ours is a place with purpose, helping those addicted to alcohol and…

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Dr Mariana Izraelson

Latest News – Clinical News January

Clinical News January Meet the Director of Outpatient Services— Dr. Mariana Izraelson Dr.Izraelson joined Ashley in May 2015 as the Director of Outpatient Services with years of clinical and managerial experience in the outpatient and addiction setting. Prior to arriving at Ashley and helping to pioneer the Ashley Outpatient Program, she managed State Care Coordination,…

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Voice of Bill Wilson

Documentary of Bill W., co-founder of AA

Bill W.: The Creative Force Behind Alcoholics Anonymous This documentary, sponsored nationally by Ashley Addiction Treatment, tells the story of William G. Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, a man included in TIME Magazine’s “Time 100: The Most Important People of the Century.” Interviews, recreations, and rare archival material reveal how Bill Wilson, a hopeless drunk…

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August e-News

Latest News   Return to News Listing Thursday, August 04, 2016 August e-News Physical Fitness in Recovery – The Benefits of Yoga Drug and alcohol use disrupts the brain’s natural chemical balance. Many recovery techniques work to restore the balance of chemicals like dopamine in the brain’s pleasure centers. Physical activity boosts the presence of…

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July News

Latest News   Return to News Listing Thursday, July 14, 2016 July News YOUNG ADULT EXTENDED CARE PROGRAM Launching July 18th! To help increase the chance for long-term recovery, Ashley Addiction Treatment will be offering a 90-day Young Adult Extended Care Program for males 18 to 25. Through individualized treatment plans, training in life-skills and…

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June e-News

Latest News   Return to News Listing Tuesday, June 07, 2016 June e-News June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month! “At Ashley we grow our own vegetables and fruit in our campus-garden to use in healthy meals prepared daily.” – Dave Taddeo, Head Chef at Ashley For those of you who don’t have the…

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Special Edition: June News

Latest News   Return to News Listing Thursday, June 16, 2016 Special Edition: June News Organizational Update As part of an internal reorganization, we have made several departmental and personnel changes which will allow us to become more efficient, more strategically focused, and more agile in responding to the evolving complexities of our patients and…

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