Lacey Bass, LCDC

Lacey (she/her) is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, and holds a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling. Lacey identifies as a non-traditional substance use counselor, and is passionate about harm reduction, community outreach, and individualized paths to recovery. She is ready to be your advocate, teacher, counselor, and cheerleader, no matter where you are in your personal journey!

Lacey is experienced in crisis assessment, suicide prevention, and community education, and has worked in a number of settings including inpatient, incarcerated, system-oppressed, street-based, and other low-resource settings, as well as court-ordered, mobile crisis, jail diversion, and MHMR settings. In addition, Lacey has received specialized training and work experience in Portugal, studying harm-reduction strategies.

Lacey is committed to helping people explore their relationship with drugs and alcohol, facilitating insight and self-awareness, and supporting the development of strong coping skills and support systems. In her free time, she loves having thoughtful conversations, collecting records, and thrift shopping.