With everything going on right now, your substance use disorder may seem impossible to overcome. But it’s not. At Ashley, we’ll use every innovative tool available to help you find health and happiness again.
Our founders believed in treating substance use disorders differently. To them, addiction was a disease — a disease both of them lived with. They knew the only path to lifelong recovery was one of understanding and empathy. With their legacy and our commitment to healing the whole self, we’ll make lifelong recovery possible for you or your loved one.
No matter who you are, you deserve a chance to heal.
Ashley is dedicated to meeting people where they are and helping them work toward lifelong recovery. That’s why we offer a variety of outpatient treatment programs that fit your needs. Each program is individualized for the patient and treats co-occurring conditions such as, mental health disorders, trauma and grief. Created to heal the body, mind and spirit, our outpatient programs have helped thousands of patients and family members embrace life and live free of substance use disorders. We’ll help you begin or continue your journey to lifelong recovery from your home or at one of our nearby locations.
Healing at or near home is possible.
No matter where you are on your journey to recovery, we can help. Our dedicated staff will be with you every step of the way. In light of the global pandemic, we’ve made necessary adjustments to our outpatient treatment model to keep you and your loved ones safe. We’re offering affordable online and modified in-person outpatient treatment, and partial hospitalization services for those in need. We are in-network with a variety of insurers and will work with providers to get your maximum eligible coverage. We also provide transportation to and from outpatient facilities.
Our general outpatient program, offered through both our Elkton and Bel Air campuses, is ideal for someone who has a strong support system and a positive environment in which to work toward and sustain recovery. You’ll receive a treatment plan tailored to your needs and designed to help you achieve lasting recovery. Treatment usually lasts six to eight months.
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), offered through both our Elkton and Bel Air campuses, is designed to help people who need structure and support to maintain and sustain recovery. You’ll follow a plan specific to your needs that lasts for eight weeks. Medication Supported Recovery™ and Naloxone™ training and certification are part of IOP.
As part of our partial hospitalization program (PHP), you will participate in short-term, day programs consisting of intensive treatment in a therapeutic environment, similar to that of an inpatient setting. Because every plan is individualized, the length of PHP treatment is dependent on how your symptoms improve over time. This program is currently offered at only our Elkton, Maryland, campus, but will soon be available in Bel Air.
If you’re ready to take the next step, reach out to our staff and we’ll help find the right path forward for you.