Babies born with NAS require specialized care. At Lily's Place, we strive to make them as comfortable as possible while going through the weaning process. Our facility is designed in a very specific manner to achieve this goal. Click below for a behind-the-scenes peek inside our facility.
Director of Clinical Services
Megan Bartram, MD
Rebecca Crowder is the Executive Director of Lily's Place. She has 11 years of experience in recovery administration and is responsible for overseeing the programs and strategic plan of Lily's Place Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Center and Lily’s Place Family Center. Rebecca works with the Board of Directors and leads staff in order to fulfill the organization's mission. Rebecca was instrumental in the opening of Recovery Point WV, a program that offers recovery services to those suffering from substance use disorder, at no cost. With her extensive involvement in recovery administration, Rebecca has experience obtaining and working with state and federal level grants. Under the leadership of Rebecca, Lily’s Place has gained national recognition and was highlighted in First Lady Trump’s Be Best campaign. Rebecca plays a key role in national discussions and presentations that revolve around NAS, prenatal exposure, recovery programming and prevention. The conversations surrounding NAS are becoming increasingly more widespread and the services provided at Lily’s Place are tailored directly to combat this epidemic. In a state that has been hit hard by the opioid epidemic Rebecca strives to be a part of the solution and fights for the return of a healthy community for her own children and for those that she serves. Additionally, Rebecca works as a Developmental Specialist for the West Virginia Birth to Three program. She is also a published children’s book author.
Rhonda is one of the founders of Lily’s Place and was instrumental in creating the NTU at Cabell Huntington Hospital. There, she gained 27 years of experience working in the NICU and NTU. At Lily's Place, she oversees the day to day care of infants, as well as our patient care staff and scheduling. Rhonda is involved in our community outreach efforts, specifically NAS education. She provides clinical updates of patients to managed care companies and also helps facilitate new admissions.
Megan Bartram is a native of Huntington, WV. She graduated from Marshall University Medical School, and completed her training with a Residency in Pediatrics. After training, she accepted a position at Valley Health Southside, where she remains today. Over the past 10 years, she has been devoted to growing her practice in Pediatrics, with a special interest in for caring for substance exposed infants. Since 2013, she has been devoted to caring for these babies at Cabell Huntington Hospital’s Neonatal Therapeutic Unit and joined the Lily’s Place family in 2014. She has recently accepted a positon as Medical Director for Lily’s Place and is excited for the future, and care of substance exposed infants. She lives at home in Milton, WV with her husband, attorney Shawn Bartram and their two children, Addison and Olivia. She enjoys cooking, reading and yoga, along with spending time with friends and family in her spare time.