Celebrating 36 Years Of Excellence In Helping Those Who Suffer From Addiction
On January 17th, 1983, Ashley officially opened its doors with the goal of removing stigmas that deem addiction a choice, rather than a disease, and encouraging holistic treatment to promote lasting recovery. Father Joseph C. Martin, S.S., passed away a decade ago but his memory is hardly forgotten and what he accomplished is legendary throughout the substance use disorder treatment industry.
Over the past year, we have worked hard to solidify Ashley’s history through an official archiving process. We also share memories of Father, Mae and early days at Ashley on our social media pages. Finally, we have restored the stained glass door in Noble Hall and the rug in Abraham Hall as a way to reinforce the timeless mission to heal each individual with respect and dignity, and evolve our ongoing commitment to incorporate innovative approaches to treatment.
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