Corrie Brown, LMSW, PS-C
Substance Misuse Prevention Manager
Corrie graduated from Boston College in 2008 with a Master of Social Work degree. While at Boston College, Corrie specialized in macro-level social work which focuses on interventions at the community level. In 2000, Corrie graduated from Regis College with a Bachelor of Social Work. She currently holds a license as a Master-level social worker through the State of Maine and a certified Prevention Specialist through the IC&RC. Corrie has worked throughout southern and central Maine with people and families of all ages who have been diagnosed with a mental health, substance use, and chronic disease or disorder. Corrie is certified to teach Prevention Ethics, Prime for Life, and Server/Seller Trainings.
Corrie has been at Healthy Androscoggin since 2016. She enjoys kayaking, camping, and traveling with her family.
Corrie enjoys talking and presenting to all members of the community about prevention of substance and tobacco use, especially with youth. Corrie is a strong proponent on collaborating with community members and organizations in order to make meaningful, impactful, and lasting change.