Ken is a 24-year veteran of the treatment community where his personal recovery began in 1992. Soon after, he realized he wanted to spend his life working with chemically dependent people and started his new career at Father Martin’s Ashley. Co-Founders Father Joseph Martin, Mae Abraham and Leonard Angus Dahl all made huge impacts on […]
Dr. Hill is President and Chief Executive Officer of Caulk Management Company, Inc., a privately held real estate acquisition, development and management company. Dr. Hill has extensive development and management experience spanning the past forty years and multiple industries. Dr. Hill is the general partner in Idlewild Associates, a land development partnership which developed an
Laurie earned her Associates in Nursing, RN at Harford Community College in 1993 and began working at Harford Memorial Hospital on the medical/surgical floor. While there she was promoted to Clinical Coordinator and earned the honor of Nurse of the Year. Largely due to her husband’s recovery from Alcoholism, Laurie soon became interested in Psychiatric
Dr. Brian Lerner is board certified in psychiatry and addiction psychiatry. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He completed his general psychiatry training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital where he served as Chief Resident. He has also completed an addiction psychiatry fellowship at the University of Maryland. Dr. Lerner
Tim volunteered at Father Martin’s Ashley in 1986, after beginning his personal recovery a year earlier. A proud graduate of Father Martin’s, Tim was hired at Ashley in 1987 as a counseling aide and realized he wanted to work with addicted people. He pursued his counseling degree and began a stellar 23-year career at Ashley.
Rob retired from Baltimore Police Dept. after twenty-six years and a day. He performed a variety of supervisory tasks that include acting liaison between the BPD and various federal law enforcement partners including the DEA, ATF, FBI and U.S. Marshal Service. Rob specialized in crisis management at a mid-level management position and supervised hundreds of
Louise earned her Nursing degree in 1998. After family time, she excelled as a paraeducator, mastering rapport and de-escalation. In ambulatory care and skilled nursing, she thrived. At Harbor of Grace since 2017, she’s now a dedicated charge nurse, passionate about Addiction and Recovery, driven by her veteran heritage. As the daughter of a Vietnam