meet the team
Lisa Jackinchuk, MSW, LMSW
Ms. Jackinchuk previously held the position of Director of Healthcare Practices at a Critical Access Hospital. In this role, she was responsible for operations of Rural Health Clinics (RHC), Behavioral/Mental Health, Care Coordination, Case Management, and Utilization Review.
She has experience in evolving delivery models and care models, (PCMH, ACO) and implementing new service lines, including Behavioral Health.
Ms. Jackinchuk’s clinical expertise, and her experience in care coordination between multiple entities and disciplines lends particular expertise to the core activities related to the integration of behavioral health and SUD/OUD.
In addition, her program management and implementation experience is incredibly valuable in maintaining momentum and engagement of the NMORC.
Joyce Fetrow, CPRM, CPRM-M, CHW
Ms. Fetrow is a person in recovery, a certified Peer Recovery Mentor, and a certified Community Health Worker. She previously served as the Resource Coordinator at a local rural healthcare provider. The position involved complex case management, including meeting with clients to determine their barriers and using various resources to eliminate the barriers so the individual may focus on their recovery.
Ms.Fetrow is vital in moving the recovery focused activities forward, including providing education to NMORC members and their associated clinicians on multiple pathways to recovery and facilitating the peer recovery coach trainings.
David McGreaham, MD, FACP
Dr. McGreaham most recently served as the Vice President of Medical Affairs for Munson Medical Center; one of the three health systems in the NMORC region. Dr. McGreaham is leading all provider focused activities particularly activities including provider education, provider engagement, and clinical workflows.
Dr. McGreaham has been actively involved in the NMORC since inception and has developed additional relationships with NMORC members, outside of those established while at Munson Medical Center.
Dr. McGreaham has experience in educating providers and community members on best practices related to SUD/OUD programming. He is a National Resource Center for Academic Detailing (NARCAD) trained Academic Detailer and has worked with small, rural primary care providers on implementing CDC guidelines, screening tools, and other evidence-based guidelines into their clinics.
In addition, he is the co-chair for the Substance Free Coalition of Northwest Michigan and an active member of the Grand Traverse County Substance Use Coalition.
BS Project Associate
Mr. Stevens attended Central Michigan University and obtained his Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Upon graduation, he began working at a day treatment facility that served at-risk youth. This position involved implementing behavior management plans, teaching life skills, and facilitating a program designed for the youth. After his time there, Mr. Stevens began working at a Child placement and welfare agency. There he participated in multiple programs that ranged from coordinating a foster youth mentorship program to teaching nurturing parenting skills to parents who were referred to the program. Mr. Stevens also served in the United States Army reserves from 2012-2020.
Mr. Stevens joined the NMORC team in late 2020 as a project associate. He brings experience as a social worker and the experience of having worked with people from diversified backgrounds. He brings a wealth of knowledge and is motivated to help contribute to the team and give back to the community in any way possible.