Stephanie has worked in the substance use population since 2018. Previously, Stephanie worked as a Program Director serving the mental health population. She worked closely with psychiatrists at the Department of Mental Health (DMF) and the Department of Children & Families (DCF) to improve the lives of those with mental health challenges and those impacted by other life encounters. Stephanie is actively obtaining her degree as a Licensed Mental Health Clinician. Stephanie has her Associate’s in Human Services Science obtained from Massasoit Community College and a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a Minor in Social Welfare obtained from Bridgewater State University. She brings her experience to Modern Assistance as a clinician from a previous treatment center. As a clinician, Stephanie helps those who are struggling with substance use by providing resources that best fit each client’s needs. She also provides counsel and support to those struggling with mental health issues by educating families in the recovery process.