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.
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.
Dr. Solounias receives Career Achievement Award On Thursday, April 19th Dr. Solounias was honored with a career achievement award at the Tuerk Conference in Baltimore for her significant contributions to Ashley Addiction Treatment. Dr. Solounias joined Ashley in 1995 and will be retiring in August after more than twenty-three years of stellar service. She was previously […]
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.
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.