Lindsey Meekins, Practice Manager

Lindsey Meekins has worked with youth and families since 2001. She has had varied experiences with this population including a crisis and suicide hotline, in-home behavioral technician for youth with Autism, coordinating services for children and adults with developmental disabilities, and facilitating teams for youth with mental health diagnoses. The last eight years have seen her in the community, working with families in their homes. Lindsey has formed strong partnerships with agencies, including the Department of Social Services and the Department of Juvenile Services, and individuals across the state of Maryland and continues to advocate for strong transition and community programs for transitional age youth. She also has formed relationships across the educational setting, mentor programs, core service agencies and community based social groups. Her current focus is on the development of a transitional grant project for Sheppard Pratt Health System. V.O.I.C.E.S. (Valuing Opportunity in Individualized Care by Empowering with Strengths) is a federally grant funded transition program aimed at easing the difficulties of transition out of a residential treatment center. The program currently serves youth exiting Mann Residential Treatment Center in Towson, MD and The Jefferson School in Jefferson, MD.
Lindsey can be reached at or 301-304-7108 x816.

124 N. Court St.
Frederick, MD 21701

3534 Urbana Pike, Suite C
Frederick, MD 21704

5216 Chairmans Court, Unit 104 Frederick, MD 21703
(301) 304-7108