The most enjoyable aspect of the work Megan does at RHCHC is with her clients; she loves hearing that they feel positive change occurring in their lives. A licensed Social Worker from Dayton, Megan worked at Job and Family Services of Clark County-Children Services before joining Rocking Horse Community Health Center in 2013. Her professional interests include trauma competency trainings, working with adolescents with depression and anxiety, and working with play therapy. When she's not at RHCHC, Megan enjoys music, movies, reading, soccer, attending sporting events, shopping, and fashion.
A $175,000 federal grant will allow a local clinic to integrate mental health and substance abuse treatment services into its patients' care to help battle the opioid crisis in Springfield, leaders said.click here