Meghan Fry, CMHC
Director of Behavioral Health
Meghan is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor who has served the underrepresented populations of Salt Lake County for nearly 25 years. She spent the first two decades of her career with Volunteers of America, Utah (VOA). Meghan held several different roles at VOA, including Director of the Center for Women & Children, a social detoxification center. She also managed the Assertive Community Outreach Team, a wrap-around team that focused their efforts on the chronically homeless individuals of Salt Lake County. After several years in social services, she received her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. After completing her degree, Meghan worked in VOA’s Cornerstone Counseling Center on the Adult Substance Abuse Team, eventually serving as the Division Director of Treatment Services. The Division Director position gave her the opportunity to oversee all operations of both Cornerstone and Family Counseling Centers.
Meghan is passionate about serving individuals experiencing homelessness, addiction and LGBTQ+ individuals and believes everyone deserves quality mental health care. As Behavioral Health Director, she has the opportunity to work with her team and other providers to deliver excellent integrated care to all patients.