Justin Cambria is the Director of Outreach in the greater Boston area for Turnbridge, focusing on supporting relationships with practices and families in Massachusetts, New England, and with select national partners. His passion for helping individuals and family systems access the best care roots from his own recovery journey from substance use disorder, which began in 2009. He has worked in direct service as case manager, recovery and family coach, parent support group facilitator, and therapist for a decade in addition to his clinical outreach role. Justin earned a dual masters degree in clinical social work and business administration from Boston College in 2017. He is an LCSW in Massachusetts, and RYT-200 certified yoga teacher, and, most importantly, a sober husband and father. In his spare time, Justin enjoys making pizza, practicing yoga, golf, and off-road cycling.
Jon, a transplanted Englishman, joined Turnbridge over four years ago as a Director of Outreach for the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia metropolitan area. Jon brings extensive experience and knowledge to his role at Turnbridge after co-founding and running his own 50-bed treatment program for over 20 years.
Jon was one of the early proponents of long-term inpatient recovery as the baseline for successful treatment for addiction and mental health challenges at a time when a 28-day treatment program was the accepted norm.
Jon has personally participated in thousands of admissions and parent conferences in his over 25 years working in substance abuse and mental health treatment programs. His personal struggles with recovery give him an empathetic and authentic connection with those willing and unwilling to participate in a true recovery program.
He is available 24/7 and always welcomes families or potential patients to reach out and get acquainted with substance abuse and mental health options that are available, or just to have a conversation with a professional about recovery. As a former music industry executive and a huge fan of Bob Dylan, who sings, “I started out on burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff”, call us at Turnbridge when you observe the former and before you experience the latter.
Lisa has worked in the field of addiction and mental health treatment for over 20 years, both as a clinician and in outreach. Born and raised in NYC, she finds nothing more rewarding than helping professionals find the perfect program for their clients.
Lisa holds a certificate in counseling and a BFA in photography. Lisa has been honored to work at Turnbridge for over 5 years, representing it’s high-quality programs and people to providers in her home state of New York. When not working, you can find her walking all over New York City, often with her partner Robert and their two dogs, Nutmeg and Pepper.
Whitney Goetz joined Turnbridge in 2013 with a strong background in Social Work and over 12 years of experience in healthcare outreach. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in Interpersonal Communications and a Master of Social Work from Salem State University with a concentration in Children and Families.
As Turnbridge’s Director of Outreach for the state of Connecticut, Whitney is responsible for cultivating awareness of Turnbridge programs among other facilities and providers in Turnbridge’s home state, as well as using her knowledge of resources in the area to aid the Turnbridge treatment team in making informed and appropriate referrals. Through her experience in a variety of mental health treatment settings, Whitney offers compassion and expertise to families and professionals seeking resources in Connecticut. Prior to joining Turnbridge, Whitney was Director of Community and Business Development at Silver Hill Hospital. Whitney is always happy to help where and when she can!