Meghan is a Certified Addiction Recovery Coach and a Certified Recovery Peer Advocate who strives to meet people "where they're at" in their various stages of substance use and recovery. A devoted advocate for recovery, harm reduction, drug policy reform, and social justice, she's lent her voice to many organizations that share the goal of ending the racist war on drugs and treating Substance Use Disorder (SUD) as an issue of health, not of morality. Meghan brings dynamic training to hospitals, jails, schools, MAR programs, and clinics as well as local governments across the US to advance harm reduction and peer support approaches. She left city living behind in 2011—now, she embraces a life rooted in wild spaces. She spends her free time exploring the Catskill Mountains, foraging for mushrooms, swimming in waterfalls, and spreading the message of radical compassion through harm reduction.