Megan C. Fisher, LCAC, LMHCA, TTS is personally in long-term recovery and understands the significance of healthy alternatives to substance use, community engagement, and life-long support.
Megan has been professionally involved in the behavioral health field for over 12 years, with extensive experience in non-profit administration, program development and implementation, grant management, and leveraging community resources. She has worked in the clinical and administrative levels of residential, outpatient, community mental health, and corrections environments.
She is an active participant of regional and national coalitions, advocating for education and stigma reduction, as well as shaping policy related to substance use disorder treatment and resources.
Quite active in her personal life, Megan enjoys caving, obstacle-course running, boxing, and weight-lifting in her spare time. Megan is also a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer.