Greg May, MS, EdD, MSW, LSW

  • Director for Integrated Health at Centerstone

Greg May serves as Centerstone’s Director for Integrated Health and is responsible for advancing health technologies, access to care and advocacy roles in Centerstone communities. He has strong ties with state and local leaders and community stakeholders. He has direct treatment experience in facilitating individual and group therapy as well as educational lectures. Greg’s recent work has focused on community collaboration and partnerships that led to increased community based programming and a supported employment Greg holds an associate’s degree in general studies, a bachelor’s degree in human resource management, a master’s degree in organizational management, a master’s degree in social work and a doctorate in organizational leadership. Over 15 years of Dr. May’s experience is based in substance use treatment and recovery and he was a member of the Trauma Informed Care Committee at Centerstone. He also co-led the Forensic Peer Curriculum Workgroup, which resulted in a three-day training for Forensic Peer Specialist to be utilized throughout the State of Indiana. He is a past chair of the Monroe County Opioid Commission. Dr. May serves as the treatment liaison for the four problem solving courts (drug, re-entry, mental health, and veteran) in Monroe County.


  • Final Q&A: What’s next? Fitting PSWs Into Your Community

    The final question and answer session will allow attendees to ask panelists specific questions about unique programs. Attendees that submitted their questions at registration will get their questions answered and have the opportunity to ask panelists follow-up questions or ask members to elaborate on a topic discussed throughout the conference.