Substance use recovery is what happens after a person finishes treatment and begins the journey of healing. Aftercare planning in treatment is essential to help people put the pieces of their life back together in a way that makes some logical sense. Developing an aftercare plan helps them to figure out what to do with […]
Treatment is a challenge for people because there are so many barriers. The biggest one is letting go of the mental concept of giving up control in addiction to someone else. The feeling that recovery is about losing control is false because the person actually regains control over their lives. Alcoholism and drug dependence are […]
Addiction is a complex issue that takes a lot of intention to begin the healing journey. To improve the lives of people who struggle, individuals need to find various treatment options that will work for them. Tailored to meet their needs, they can find better results when possible. Many people who need treatment don’t always […]
As we enter the month of June, we are taking the slow summer season to prepare for all that fall has to offer! We will be busy in the community and are excited to host our 35th Anniversary Alumni Homecoming in September.
This summer is all about #AshleyEverywhere! As the weather begins to break, we hope to see you on campus or in the community.
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.