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Maryland Addiction Recovery Center Welcomes Molly Ashcroft as new Corporate Director of Admissions and Development

Maryland Addiction Recovery Center Welcomes Molly Ashcroft as new Corporate Director of Admissions and Development

June 29, 2018
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Maryland Addiction Recovery Center is proud to announce the addition of Molly Ashcroft, CAC, CAI-I, ICADC, to the MARC staff as Corporate Director of Admissions and Development. With an extensive experience working with the young adult population suffering from addiction and mental health issues, Molly will be a valuable addition to the MARC management team.

“In the changing landscape of addiction treatment, it is vital as an organization to invest in our staff and leadership,” said MARC Co-Founder and Director of Business Development Zach Snitzer. “Molly’s previous experience in operations, admissions and development will make her a vital part of our team in terms of internal operations, strategic partnerships and professional relationships and continuing our high standards of patient and family care.”

Originally from Connecticut, Molly entered the field of addiction treatment after beginning her own personal journey of recovery in 2008 after many family interventions and treatment experiences. She attributes her success to success to the care and support she received from helping professionals, 12 Step support and the amazing people she has met along the way. Her personal recovery journey has been highlighted by an innate desire to help others, which led her to the recovery field and addiction treatment. Molly is a tireless advocate for individuals and families impacted by addiction, spending time educating communities, advocating for those in addiction and recovery and helping those in need find the right clinical services and treatment placement to ensure they receive the best care possible

Prior to joining the team at Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, Molly worked for a non-profit sober living organization in New England, based in Amherst, Massachusetts where she ran the internal operations and the day-to-day business operations. Most recently, Molly was the Director of Admissions and Business Development for Westport House, a structured sober living for young adult men with addiction, mental health and failure-to-launch issues in Westport, Connecticut. During her time at Westport, Molly also acted in the same capacity for the organization’s Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment program and the integrated clinical programming at the sober living.

At Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, Molly’s role as Corporate Director of Admissions and Development will focus on internal and external operations, systems implementation and management and outside development initiatives. Working with MARC Executive Director Sam Bierman, Director of Business Development Zach Snitzer, Director of Support Services Jennifer Ulibarri, Clinical Director Dr. Jennifer Richards and the entire admissions team, Molly will use her extensive experience to make sure all MARC operations, communication and collaboration between departments runs as efficient and productive as possible to support organizational best practices and the highest quality of care for patients and their families. She will also to continue to foster her nationwide professional relationships to further the Maryland Addiction Recovery Center mission of high quality, ethical collaboration and best practices with our nationwide strategic partners, referents and community organizations. Molly is a tireless advocate for individuals and families impacted by addiction, spending time educating communities, advocating for those in addiction and recovery and helping those in need find the right clinical services and treatment placement to ensure they receive the best care possible.

If you or someone you know needs help for addiction or dual diagnosis issues, please give us a call. Maryland Addiction Recovery Center offers the most comprehensive dual diagnosis addiction treatment in the Mid-Atlantic area. If we aren’t the best fit for you or your loved one, we will take the necessary time to work with you to find a treatment center or provider that better fits your needs.