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Ashley (Intervention Canada)

Season 17, Episode 9

Ashley
Age: 21
Location:  Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Addiction:  Crack, opioids

Official Synopsis: Ashley was a child prodigy on the TaeKwonDo octagon, headed for international competition had she stayed the course. But when the haunting memory of childhood molestation caused her to turn to the numbing effects of drugs at the age of 15, her athletic career was pinned to the mat. Now 21, Ashley is deeply addicted to crack cocaine and IV opioids. As she and her girlfriend are evicted from their apartment for their disruptive fights, excessive drug use and partying, her family fears that, without an intervention, Ashley will disappear into the streets forever.

Date Aired:  September 2017
Interventionist:
Jesse

Categories: Childhood Sexual Abuse, Crack, Intervention Canada Episodes, Pain Meds, Season 17

Discussion

10 Responses to “Ashley (Intervention Canada)”

  1. Where is Ashley now? Very big Intervention follower and this is one young lady I know can make it

    Posted by Tiffany Anastasia | September 19, 2017, 7:27 pm
    • She went to rehab for 7 days and then quit. That’s all I know at the moment.

      Posted by Anonymous | September 21, 2017, 4:41 am
    • I agree with both of the comments stating ‘there’s an innocence ‘and also ‘immaturity/zero responsibility ‘attitude with Ashley. Gosh I’m very grateful i watched this particular episode—learned about Ashley, about myself as well! A lot of my immature behavior from past and present revealed themselves to me by watching Ashley —truly! I hope Ashley can get motivation to stay clean/have better life from some sort of goals she can figure out that she wants (I’m seeing maybe that she has conflicting desires of autonomy and being somewhat childlike b/c she grew up too fast from the abuse. Perhaps also she does not know how to be a woman and still get that nurturing (from her mom and then herself (?)).

      Posted by Em | September 26, 2017, 2:17 am
  2. Does anyone have any updates on Ashley my heart broke for her …i just seen such a innocence in her from deep .Just want to know if she’s ok after she left therapy ?

    Posted by Nicole | September 19, 2017, 9:14 pm
  3. Ashley’s rebellious nature will make it difficult for her to stay sober. She’s been running with a bad crowd of street kids for years and she seems to have learned more about how to survive from them than from her family. She’s developed that “F*** the world” attitude that kids who run in that circle seem to have, and she’ll need intensive behaviour modification therapy and a rigid, structured environment 24/7 in order to reintegrate her back into society. She’ll have a better shot if she gets back into taekwondo – any martial art will provide the discipline and structure she needs in her life in order for her to resist going back to her old habits.

    Posted by Janelle | September 20, 2017, 8:02 am
  4. She seemed like she has a mental illness, like bipolar or a personality disorder, like borderline personality disorder and was in a part self medicating

    Posted by Krikri | September 20, 2017, 7:38 pm
  5. I see severe PTSD in this young woman. I was wondering why her biological parents were not present at her intervention?

    Posted by ainmama2001 | September 24, 2017, 11:54 am
  6. “Good girl! Good girl!”

    The enabling mother treats Ashley and her girlfriend like their both 7 year olds and cleans up all of their messes (both literally and metaphorically). Ashley has had zero responsibilities or repercussions for her actions. Unless the mother makes some drastic changes, there’s no way Ashley is quitting until she OD’s and dies.

    Posted by spraypaint33 | September 24, 2017, 3:12 pm
  7. So my names Ashley (not the same one), but this story is IDENTICAL to mine only my addiction isn’t as bad anymore.
    I’m watching this remembering me being 21, ME.
    I really wish I could reach out to her because we are identical. Except she’s white.
    If anyone can contact her, or knows anything I really think I could help her by talking to her.

    Posted by Ashley S. | September 28, 2017, 11:15 am
  8. i think by misconduct – they mean, either physical fighting, fraternizing with another patient, or doing drug on site.

    i’m familiar with someone from rice lake – she was hostile throughout her stay. and would have done one of the above to have been discharged.

    very sad.

    Posted by nonny | September 29, 2017, 10:56 am

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