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Megan Hull


Megan Hull is Advanced Recovery System’s head copywriter. As a Florida born-and-raised writer with a family history of addiction, Megan is driven by her desire to connect people to treatment that works. Since she started writing for The Recovery Village in 2017, she has covered various aspects of addiction trends and treatment, including the opioid crisis and the importance of individualized, co-occurring care. She has also written extensively about the way substance use disorders impact specific communities, including fire fighters, paramedics, adolescents, LGBTQ+ individuals and veterans.

Since graduating from the University of Central Florida in 2015, Megan has created video, web and social media content for various health care industry professionals, including general practitioners, dermatologists, cardiologists and mental health specialists. Her position at The Recovery Village is rewarding, as it gives her the opportunity to speak directly to addiction treatment providers, as well as the graduates they’ve helped. The courage, passion and dedication of these individuals inspires her to continue to create content that encourages others to seek recovery.

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