Parent & Family Connection
Accept. Understand. Overcome.
Monthly meetings for family members who have a loved one struggling with addiction or in recovery.
As part of our response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Ashley has anticipated the social limitations facing Ashley families. We know that family connection and engagement can be essential to the recovery of you and your loved one. It is also important that you have the support you need during these difficult times.
In that spirit, we are offering Virtual Parent & Family Connection meetings from 6:30pm – 7:30pm on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of April. These meetings will be facilitated by a member of Ashley’s staff.
Register below for the Zoom meeting information.
About the meetings:
• Only utilize audio to maintain anonymity, please disable video when entering meeting
• Last names do not have to be used and are not required
• Mute your audio; you can listen and are not required to share, please virtually raise your hand when you would like to share (participant list)
• Our only request of you is that you’re respectful of all the other participants
We want to consider all the ways in which we can support you and your family member in your ongoing recovery. If you need us, we’re here for you!
Contact Louis Marcell, Alumni Coordinator LMarcell@ashleytreatment.org with any questions.
Tim Dunnigan, LCSW-C, CIP
Tim received his Master's in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Maryland, School of Social Work in Baltimore ('02). He immediately moved to New York City to work with the FDNY as a psychotherapist, providing individual, couple's, and group counseling for the firefighters and EMS workers that responded to the World Trade Center on 9/11. In 2006, Tim returned to Baltimore to work at the University of Maryland Medical Center's Employee Assistance Program, providing individual counseling and clinical workshops for the medical center's employees. In 2007, he received his Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical (LCSW-C) licensure and started his private counseling and intervention practice in Towson, MD. He received his Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) credential in 2010, providing intervention services in the Mid-Atlantic region. Since 2006, Tim has been involved with Ashley Addiction Treatment's in-patient treatment center for substance use disorders providing family therapy and clinical outreach services.