Megan Coldiron is Outpatient Services Manager and has been with ARC since June of 2014. Megan is extremely passionate about serving others in recovery because of her experience and dedication to her own long term sobriety.
Megan has steadily worked up the ranks of ARC after starting as a drug-screen collector. She has held a number of administrative and managerial roles within the company including Residential Billing Supervisor, Associate Director of Residential Services, and Director of Outreach Services. Previously, she worked with Operation UNITE, promoting abstinence programs in KY schools, and with Hope Hills, where she worked with juveniles experiencing addiction.
Megan brings more than 6 years experience to the table of combating addiction in Kentucky. She is known for her ability to network and her skills at process development and implementation, along with her knowledge of regulations, policies and procedures promulgated by BHSO, AODE and CARF. She has been recognized by Addiction Recovery Care for “Hitting a Grand Slam” for opening the Hazel Hills Crisis Center, and is the recipient of an ARC Rising Star award. In 2014, she started a ministry in the Rowan County Jail focused on mentoring women struggling with addiction.
In her current role, she has created working relationships with courts and court employees to advocate for treatment and referrals within the court system. She has worked with both outpatient and residential services to develop policies and procedures to help ARC maintain CARF accreditation. Megan is a certified peer support specialist and is currently enrolled in the University of the Cumberlands working towards a BA in business.