We want to consider all the ways in which we can support you in your ongoing recovery. If you need us, we’re here for you!
About the meetings:
- These meetings are Ashley Alumni run meetings and guidelines have been created by Ashley staff
- Please mute your audio if you are not sharing and virtually raise your hand when you would like to share (raise hand feature is in “reactions”)
- Format of the meetings will vary: 9am – 30 minute meditation meeting, 1pm – 30 minute recovery literature meeting, 6pm – 1 hour meeting
- Meetings are intended for Ashley Alumni and others seeking connection
- Please be respectful of all other participants
As part of Ashley’s PRIME Project (Peer Recovery In Minority Communities), our IOP Peer Recovery Specialist will facilitate a regular Common Solutions Peer Support Group providing a safe, comfortable setting for minority participants to share lived experiences and resources. Resources may include alumni and guest speakers, all of whom will be required to sign non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements designed to protect the privacy of participants.
Meetings will be held Fridays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Contact Lem Satterfield at 443-760-3456, ext. 459 to join!
One step more: Supporting your recovery after Ashley
Recovery starts here, but it continues in the life that you go on to create for yourself. We understand that it can be challenging to stay healthy on your own. That’s why we are dedicated to being your partner on your personal path to recovery.
Your first year in recovery
It’s critical to have support available during your first year after inpatient treatment. Our Road to Recovery program is a year-long journey with planned checkpoints to offer support when you need it. Click on the graphic below to learn more about our Road to Recovery program.
Find in-person and virtual support
Interested in speaking at an event?
We invite and encourage anyone with a story of recovery to join us at an upcoming virtual speaking event, to inspire others to continue trying their hardest to live a full life in recovery. To learn more, visit our Self-Help Recovery Meeting page to view the guidelines and sign up to speak.
Not sure if you need help?
If you are not sure whether you need help or are not ready to speak with someone about your concerns, you can visit our Wellness Screening Tool page to answer some simple questions that will help you decide whether you should reach out to one of our Clinical Outreach Representatives.
Join our community on Chalk Talk
We invite Ashley alumni to download the Chalk Talk app on their iOS devices for exclusive access to resources that will promote recovery, connect with a network of other Ashley alumni, and receive support when it’s needed.