Welcome to Father Martin's Ashley Treatment Center. This could be the beginning of a new life for you and your family. Click here to view our brochure
Take the first steps for getting help for you or your loved one by contacting one of our Admissions Counselors at 800.799.4673
Ext. 213 or 410.273.2213
or click here to send an e-mail
. You can also complete our admissions form
to provide pertinent information for the admissions office, and then you will receive a call from an Admission Counselor once the information is reviewed — usually within 24 hours.The information of you or your loved one is always private, confidential and secure.
Our on-site, experienced admission counselors will answer your questions and determine if Ashley’s treatment programs are a good fit. You may refer yourself or a family member, or be referred by a professional, employer or friend. Admissions inquiries and intakes are conducted with respect for confidentiality and privacy.
Professionals referring a patient should complete this form and fax it in to provide additional necessary information to the Admissions staff that is not included in the regular admissions form.
We will gladly provide transportation to/from local airports and train stations to assist in making your transition to treatment as smooth as possible. Please let your admissions counselor know if you would like to schedule an airport or train station pickup.
Click here to download the Admissions Packet.
Our Admission Department can help recommend professional interventionists
to families in need, as well as to therapists, for their patients' families.
Treatment Payment Options
Our Admissions Department can provide information about treatment program costs, insurance benefit submission process, and financing options. Our treatment fees include all room and board, housekeeping and laundry services, transportation to and from local airports or train stations if necessary, all educational materials, counseling, assessment, alumni, spiritual and recreation services, and on-campus medical care. The cost of pharmaceuticals is additional as is participation in the Family Program. There are several ways to pay for treatment:
- Accessing Insurance Benefits
- Employee Assistance Program benefits from your employer
- Financial Assistance
See the Financial Matters page for more detailed information.
Treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction at Ashley can be paid for with many combinations of these options - our Admissions team will assist you in choosing the payment plan that is best for you. Benefits from insurance and other programs will be assessed by your admissions counselor, so be sure to provide as much information as possible about available insurance and Employee Assistance benefits when calling the Admissions Department.
Apply for Financing Today
Applying is easy and takes only a few minutes.
- M~lend Treatment Finance Program: Click here to complete an online application.
Father Martin’s Ashley is considered an in-network provider for the following insurance providers:
Plan benefits for either in-network or out-of-network insurance are verified for you prior to admission to Ashley. We will contact your insurance carrier to confirm benefits and notify you of the results. Authorization for an inpatient addiction treatment admission is typically required and is based upon medical necessity criteria established by your plan. Please contact the Father Martin's Ashley Admissions Department for more detailed information regarding insurance benefits, medical necessity criteria, and the authorization and admission processes. 800.799.4673 Ext. 213 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Aetna--most plans
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Value Options
- Mental Health Network
- United Behavioral Health
- HealthSmart Health Plan
If you are an Employee Assistance Professional for a company and would like to discuss establishing a contracted rate for Ashley’s services for your employees, please click here to email our Admissions staff or call 800.799.4673 and speak to our Admissions Director, Lisa Dehorty.