Heather is a certified peer specialist in both mental health and addiction, as well as a CADC intern. She is a person in long term recovery that has been working in the field almost as long as she has been in recovery. Heather began her professional journey at Center for Family Services in the planning and execution of Living Proof Recovery Center, where she developed a passion for peer led recovery services. In order to expand her knowledge and understanding of co-occurring disorders she took a position with the Camden County PACT team, working with clients with severe mental health and addiction issues. She has recently returned to CFS as the patient Navigator for the LifelineED program. She advocates for recovery and addiction services at a public, personal, and professional level, including guest lecturing at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Her greatest accomplishments to date though are her sons Liam, Alex and Avery.