Ashley Williams Promoted to Director of Program Services at YOC

Ashley Williams. Photo provided.Ashley Williams. Photo provided.

By: Amy Leffingwell—

Muncie, IN—The Youth Opportunity Center is proud to announce the promotion of Ashley Williams to Director of Program Services.

 Her primary responsibility as Director of Program Services is to supervise the program services chain, including the Residential Director, TASC (Treatment of Adolescents in Secure Care) Director, Support Services Director, and the Director of Admissions.

Ashley began her employment at the YOC in 2003. She most recently served as the TASC Program Director, to which she credits her ability to refine her decision-making skills to a macro-perspective, taking into account how decisions and daily activities affect the organization as a whole. Ashley also serves on the YOC Management Team and is part of senior leadership. She’s currently working to complete her Master’s degree in Public Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University.

“Ashley served as the TASC Director for the past 6 years and has been a key player for the YOC. She is a skilled administrator and a positive leader.  I am really excited for Ashley to take on this new role and broaden her influence within the organization.  I know that she will do an amazing job,” stated YOC Chief Operating Officer, Lynn Doppler.

For more information on the YOC’s services for children and families, including outpatient counseling, contact Carol Ammon, or 765-289-5437, ext. 3333.


The Youth Opportunity Center (YOC) is a nationally accredited, not-for-profit behavioral treatment center serving children and youth from throughout Indiana. Founded in 1992, the YOC in partnership with area agencies offers a complementary range of services on its 75-acre campus including residential and outpatient counseling, on-grounds accredited school, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), juvenile court, day treatment program, and juvenile detention. The YOC is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) and the American Psychological Association (APA). For more information about the YOC, visit