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“The Really Good Recovery Series”

January 30 @ 10:00 am 11:00 am

The Really Good Recovery Series is our new monthly virtual series dedicated to exploring vital recovery topics with expertise and insight. Join us on a journey of discovery as we host a diverse panel of experts each month, delving into relevant and crucial aspects of the recovery process.

January Topic: Expanding Beyond Dry January

The Really Good Moderator: Hilary Phelps

Hilary Phelps is a woman in long-term recovery, acknowledging 16 years this summer.  She is a speaker, an addiction recovery advocate and a holistic wellness coach. Her mission and purpose is to help other women find their voice and heal from anything that is holding them back from finding their purpose. Hilary lives in Arlington, Virginia with her son. 

Meet The Really Good Panel: Dr. Gregory Hobelmann, Charlie Engle, Grace Adams

Dr. Greg Hobelmann, Co-CEO/President at Ashley Addiction Treatment brings a wealth of experience in psychiatry and medical leadership. Holding a Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins, Greg’s extensive background includes residencies and a pain medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins. With a dedication to innovative and holistic care, he ensures patients and families receive the highest quality support on their recovery journey.

Charlie Engle changed the direction of his life on July 23, 1992, when he realized that he wasn’t going to survive his addiction to alcohol and drugs.  On that day, attended an AA meeting and the next day he went for a run. For the last 31 years, he has used running and recovery to completely remake his life. Today, he is a renowned ultramarathon runner, author, and motivational speaker.

Grace Adams completed her 28-day stay at Ashley in September of 2022 and since then has been posting about her recovery journey on TikTok. She manages the social media for Release Recovery, where she continued her care after Ashley. Grace is passionate about destigmatizing addiction among young women and showcasing that sobriety is NOT boring.