Mackay-Green, Lauren

OD Prevention Coordinator

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Mackay-Green, Lauren

  • Specialties
  • Child and Adolescent
  • Mental health
  • Opioid Use
  • Prevention
  • Substance Use

Active: Active
Degree: BS in Psychology
Institute Title: OD Prevention Coordinator
Office Phone: (314) 516-8479


Lauren Green has 4 years of research experience as a research assistant and lab manager at the University of Missouri- Columbia and Washington University- St. Louis. Additionally, she has experience working collaboratively with community partners on initiatives to combat the increasing prevalence of synthetic drugs and address the opioid epidemic through prevention, harm reduction and emphasis on improving treatment and policy. Lauren joined MIMH in November 2016 and works as the Overdose Prevention Coordinator on the MO-HOPE Project and Missouri Opioid- State Targeted Response grant.


2017- Current
University of Missouri- St.Louis
Master of Arts in Social Work
Emphasis: Leadership and Social Change
Expected: May 2021

2011- 2015
University of Missouri- Columbia
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Minors: Human Development & Family Studies and Spanish
Multicultural Certificate


  • Substance Use
  • Harm Reduction
  • Prevention
  • Public Health
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Mental Health

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