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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Clinical News April 2017

lisa dehorty and alex denstman cover of I-95 businessI-95 BUSINESS FEATURES ASHLEY AS COVER STORY  

Ashley is excited to be featured as the cover story for the April edition of I-95 Business Magazine. The article refers to Ashley’s reputable 35 year history of addiction treatment and innovating for the future to help save more lives. Numerous staff members of Ashley were featured and interviewed. 
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Mae Abraham Luncheon 10th Anniversary

THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY MAE ABRAHAM LEGACY LUNCHEON

One of Baltimore’s favorite spring recovery events is fast-approaching! The annual Mae Abraham Legacy Luncheon will be held on May 17, 2017 at the beautiful Baltimore Four Seasons Hotel. For the luncheon’s 10th Anniversary, the guest honoree will be Rebecca (Becky) Flood, CEO of New Directions for Women— a women’s only addiction treatment facility in Costa Mesa, California— and will mark the launch of a campaign to raise funds for the new Women’s Center at Ashley. 
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Rob Devereux speaking at Elevate Your Practice conferenceSUCCESSFUL CE CONFERENCE 

Thank you to the professionals who joined us in Towson on April 4th for Elevate Your Practice, a CE conference designed to help care providers take their practice to another level by learning new clinical interventions. The conference featured four presenters with four diverse therapy methods for treating clients. 
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woman speaking to woman in groupSUPPORT FOR FAMILY MEMBERS 

A recent article in U.S. News & World Report illustrated the importance of support groups for family members with a loved one struggling with addiction. At Ashley, we know how important it is and that is why we created monthly, regional meetings that are professionally-facilitated for parents, guardians, and other family members that have a child, children, or other loved one, in recovery or in active addiction. Please feel free to use this as a resource in helping your clients.
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If you are a professional and are interested in more information regarding our treatment services and events, or would like to schedule a tour, contact your designated outreach representative for your area

 

 


 

 

The 10th Anniversary Mae Abraham Legacy Luncheon

One of Baltimore’s favorite spring recovery events is fast-approaching! The annual Mae Abraham Legacy Luncheon will be held on May 17, 2017 at the beautiful Baltimore Four Seasons Hotel. For the luncheon’s 10th Anniversary, Ashley will launch a the guest honoree will be Rebecca (Becky) Flood, CEO of New Directions for Women— a women’s only addiction treatment facility in Costa Mesa, California. 

Rebecca FloodIn her nearly four decades of experience in the health care industry, Becky has demonstrated expertise in the addiction treatment field, first as Vice President of Treatment Services at Seabrook House in New Jersey. As CEO of New Directions for Women since 2004, her expertise has been used exclusively for issues relating to women of all ages, pregnant women in any trimester, and women with dependent children affected by addiction. Becky is a visionary national ambassador for recovery and the advancement of women with an ongoing mission to break down the stigma of addiction. 

“Ashley Addiction Treatment Founders, Father Martin and Mae Abraham, had such an impact on the evolution of the treatment of people and family members suffering from addiction,” says Rebecca. “Father Martin had an incredible impact on my early years of recovery and facilities around the country are still utilizing his teachings and impacted by his humor and passion. I am beyond touched by this honor of being recognized for my own lifetime of work.”

 

The luncheon now in its 10th year, is special for several reasons: First, it is a wonderful celebration of women living lives in joyful recovery! We’ll get an early start celebrating Ashley co-Founder, Mae Abraham’s 90th birthday coming in July! And even more exciting, the Luncheon will mark the launch of a campaign to raise funds for the new Women’s Center at Ashley!

Women face different challenges during their treatment experience, and the Women’s Center will help meet many of those needs. Housed within the female-only, residential Noble Hall, the Center will be an oasis of safety where women can convene, relax and explore an array of activities which support their recovery.

The Center will provide an atmosphere of awakening helping to foster relationships, as relationships are critical to the emotional development of women and play a significant role in their recovery. The availability of a dedicated space for women will encourage them to continue treatment and help them feel cared for and connected with others. It will allow them to express compassion, creativity, warmth, support, authenticity, humility and sensitivity. The Women’s Center will truly be the HEART of women’s treatment at Ashley!

More information about the luncheon including tickets and sponsorships.


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