Twelve years ago, Lisa discovered her true calling to social work and decided to pursue a career in the field by becoming educated. By pursuing her passion of helping others, Lisa has been able to ensure others would never be alone with their struggles. Along the way, she obtained her AS in human services at Northwestern CT community college while taking full advantage of volunteer opportunities to help the local community. As president of Phi Theta Kappa, she dedicated her free time to helping provide prom dresses, warm clothing, and books to those locally and abroad living in impoverished communities. After graduating valedictorian from NCCC, Lisa obtained her BSW at Saint Joseph College for Women, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Upon graduation, Lisa was accepted into the advanced standing MSW degree program at UCONNâ€™s School of Social Work, where she specialized in casework regarding mental health and substance abuse. After completing her MSW program, Lisa specialized in working in substance abuse treatment, such as SAIOP. While life circumstances dictated a move to North Carolina, Lisa persevered in pursuing her LCSW licensure and her LCAS licensure. She has experience working with substance use treatment, mental health disorders, assertive community treatment teams, and dealing with those who suffer from functional impairments related to psychotic disorders. Lisa has been in the field for the past 13 years and has experience as a clinician, clinical supervisor, and administrator. Her supervisory skills span the past seven years since she transitioned from an assertive community treatment team leader to a clinical director. Lisa lives in North Carolina with her family, and she enjoys being a part of the individualized treatment offered at Mountainview Recovery. Lisaâ€™s philosophy consists of providing the best clinical care to clients no matter their background or disorders. She specializes in CBT, DBT, REBT, reality-based therapy, motivational interviewing, and trauma-focused therapy.
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- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Our mission is to provide the needed tools, supportive environment, and necessary hope for individuals desiring to heal from addiction and alcoholism. We believe that, with support, every person has the opportunity to gain freedom from the grasp of addiction. With a structured drop down treatment model, use of evidence-based modalities, and aftercare coordination, we offer a chance for people to establish a life of sobriety and clarity so they can live to their fullest potential.
Mountainview Recovery Reviews and Ratings Details
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Reviews at a Glance
- Dual Diagnosis and Co-occuring Disorders Treatment
These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
- Individualized Treatment
Some facilities have an addictiontreatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a personâ€™s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc
Lisa Fredsall - Clinical Director; LCSW, LCAS
Ashley Meehan - Director of Operations; CSAC, ICADC
Ashley Meehan, a Pennsylvania native, is Mountainview Recoveryâ€™s director of operations. She began working in the treatment industry as a behavioral health technician and learned very quickly that she loved spending time listening and connecting with individuals struggling with addiction and alcoholism. Ashley decided to go back to school and obtain her certification so that she could both speak to these individuals from an experiential standpoint and help them clinically. She quickly progressed in her career and moved into an admissions role, where she was able to continue connecting with individuals in need of serious help. In her admissions role, Ashley was able to better understand the function and process and procedures behind the scenes for getting these people into treatment. After several years of working in an admissions role and becoming the director, Ashley went back to school again to further her education and learn about billing, coding, and the relationships between the provider/facilities and the insurance companies. As she continued to progress in her career, she was given the opportunity to cross-train and learn about all the different roles within the organization. Ashley was even given the opportunity to fly out to different states and help with the function of their sister facilities. With a dream to manage a facility of her own, Ashley has finally found a safe place where people can grow and recover. In her heart, she truly believes that Mountainview Recovery is a place where individuals feel welcomed and loved regardless of their background and what they have been through. In short, her role as the director of operations at Mountainview Recovery is everything she ever wanted for her career and more.
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