Learn more about how peer support in integrated care settings aids in the healing and recovery of people with mental health challenges and SUD.
Director, Regional Community Action Team
Megkian Doyle is the Executive Director of Mountain Shadow Association, a Native American 501c3 whose mission is to support families in their journey toward healing until every Apsaalooke child grows up in a home of abundant peace and well-being. She is a former Lodge Grass High School teacher, Montana State University professor, and currently serves as Director of the Regional Community Action Team at One Health. For the past five years she has worked as the Program Director at One Health overseeing the community-based work supporting families with young children who have also been impacted by mental health and substance use disorders. Megkian brings experience working with organizations across the community and the state to grow supportive networks, build consensus, and share vision. Megkian’s RCAT team includes Certified Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialists (serving as Recovery Doulas), home visiting nurses, community health workers, recovery coaches, and an addiction counselor all working as members of integrated behavioral health teams through the Meadowlark Initiative across clinical sites in eleven counties and through three drop-in centers located in Hardin, Miles City, and Lodge Grass.
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Integrated care requires individualized approaches that target the unique needs of clients and communities. Peer support specialists can play an influential role in providing person-centered and integrated services by bringing unique skills and lived experience to help support clients through their recovery journey. Join us on Tuesday, April 11, 2-3…