Meagan Fisher
Coordinator of Mentorship, Tobacco & Alcohol Programs
Brief info

Meagan Fisher is the coordinator of Mentorship, Tobacco and Alcohol Programs. She is a graduate of ETSU with a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. For 9 years she worked as a therapist and then Director of a local inpatient substance abuse treatment center. Meagan then made the move to outpatient services where she helped men, women, and their families through the recovery process. She joined CCDP because she has a passion for helping her community, a desire to help prevent those in the community from suffering from the disease of addiction, and to help families find healing and support. Meagan is the mother of two amazing daughters. Additionally she is also known as “Momma Meagan” to the many clients she worked with along their recovery journey’s because she treats everyone she encounters with love and compassion. She desires to see people at their core and love and support them from that space.

210 South Hills DrElizabethton, TN 37643

Funding provided by grants from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, United Way of East TN Highlands, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Drug Free Communities Program, National Recreation and Parks Association and others.  

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