Step 3 – Montgomery – Ashton

In completing steps 1 and 2 clients have both built a foundation and taken some significant action steps in their recovery. Step 3 – Montgomery – Ashton allows clients to maintain what they have built on their own.
Clients begin working and interacting with their sober peer group in a way that is more individual. They participate in school and long-term career plans that help them see their potential and possibilities in their new life in sobriety.
At the conclusion of their stay at Montgomery – Ashton, they have completely built their sober life. They have maintained sobriety for five months or longer, engaged with school and work, a sober community, and a life that they can be proud of living again.
Addictions We Treat​

Prescription

Prescription drug addiction can be a burden not only to the user, but also to his or her immediate family, friends, and the society in general.

Alcohol

An addiction to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency.

Heroin

A rampant disease that claims thousands of lives every year, and it’s only getting worse, as many people use heroin as a last resort drug to feed their prescription painkiller addiction.

Methamphetamine

Addiction to crystal meth invariably leads to serious health concerns. This powerful, man-made stimulant moves users through stages of abuse to full-blown addiction rapidly, taking with it much of the life they once enjoyed.

Marijuana

While Marijuana may not be as life-threatening as heroin or cocaine, developing a marijuana addiction is possible and can have immensely negative effects on the body and brain.

Synthetic Drugs

Over 300 different variations of synthetic and designer drugs have been identified in the past several years in the United States.