Lee began his journey of recovery after suffering the terrible loss of his elder brother, who struggled with his own demons fighting the disease of addiction. He understood that at such a young age (21) it would be a tough road ahead, but he knew he had to make a crucial change in order to improve the quality his life, and the lives of his family.
After attending a few recovery programs, he felt there was something missing. It wasn’t until after he discovered the 12 steps of Recovery and his higher power, that he was able to fully commit himself and find true recovery. Afterwards he felt something stir inside himself, a calling too loud to ignore. He knew it was his mission to help others, to walk alongside them on their path to recovery.
He is the founder and CEO of Clean Path Behavioral Health a recovery program that offers men and women a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment to begin early recovery and lay the foundation for long-term success.
Lee is a hands-on executive touching each element of Clean Path Behavioral Health, is active within the recovery community and works closely with his team to assure that Clean Path Behavioral Health is a program that stays on the fore-front of the industry and remains a program he stands behind and is proud of.
Dr. Lorna Pham
Lorna came to America at the age 11 from the Philippines. She is fluent in Tagalog and majored in Sociology for her undergrad at UC Riverside, received her Master’s in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine, and Doctorate in Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Lorna has over fifteen years’ experience in the behavioral health care field, specializing in mental health, quality assurance/improvement, accreditation, and compliance. She has worked with various populations in mental health, from severely emotionally disturbed adolescents, clients with intellectual disability, forensic population, and adults with co-occurring mental health disorders.
In her spare time she is a tireless advocate for mental health awareness and works with other professionals to educate the community about mental health illness. She has presented at two Cultural Competency Summit raising awareness on mental health stigma to the API (Asian-Pacific Islander) population, specifically Filipino-Americans and Vietnamese-Americans.
In addition, she is an adjunct professor for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her areas of expertise are Group Therapy, Introduction to Counseling Theories, and Psychopathology.
Jared has over 15 years of experience delivering successful business outcomes through accounting and finance, treasury, operational and administration channels primarily in private companies focused on high growth. Previously, Jared served as Chief Financial Officer of Newport Academy, a leading provider of adolescent mental health and substance abuse treatment services. Jared also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and is a certified public accountant. Jared has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Southern California and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Brigham Young University. In his spare time, Jared is an avid sports fan following his favorite professional hockey and college football teams. GKG! Fight on!
As the Senior Human Resources Officer, Mollie is helping to accelerate CPBH’s transformation through leadership, attracting and developing the best talent, building a culture of engagement and innovation. Mollie specializes in small to mid-size organizations providing guidance and leadership. Mollie has 13years of extensive Administration experience and many years of Behavioral Health treatment experience. She has worked in the treatment industry for 7 years, 5 of which were providing direct clinical care to diverse populations. Mollie’s diverse background serves as the cornerstone of administration for Clean Path Behavioral Health.
Dwight started his working career in his teenage years working in the food industry. After graduating high school he began working as a paralegal for a marketing firm. Dwight worked with his step father through a lifelong addiction to medications which ultimately cost his step father his life. Dwight was inspired by the tragedy of the September 11th attacks on this country to join the Army and spent 6 years defending our country. Dwight experienced two combat related injuries and went through a year of physical therapy as a result. During this time he started working on his bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Before finishing his degree he began working for a large dental company after recovering from his injuries. He ran several dental offices and later became their head of training. With a renewed desire to complete his education and still drawn to a life of service he joined a law enforcement agency and spent nearly six years working in all capacities of law enforcement. It was here he found his calling to help people overcome addiction. Dwight struggled with the lack of resources available for young men and women dealing with addiction and vowed to change what he could to help those that want to be helped and try to keep them from repetitively going to jail. Dwight finished his master’s degree at Chapman University in both public administration and human resources. He is now pursuing his law degree through UC Irvine to focus on improving the laws related to mental health and recovery.
Nathan Stump CADC-II is the Program Manager at Clean Path Behavioral Health. Nathan Stump found his passion for working with those struggling with alcohol and drug addiction back in 1996, and has been pursing that passion ever since. Nathan’s expertise in the recovery industry spans across the operations of sober living environments to leading the clinical operations of facilities holding national accreditation. Previous to employment at Clean Path, Nathan served 11 years with his previous employer working his way up from per diem counselor to Program Coordinator and Interim Program Director. Nathan received his Alcohol and Drug Studies certificate from Cypress College, and is currently enrolled in the Marriage and Family Studies program at Brigham Young University Idaho.
Robert is the Public Relations Director for Clean Path Behavioral Health and is a results oriented, creative management executive with strong accomplishments in all media related industries. He is a highly effective communicator with substantial and diversified experience with private, public and non-profit agencies. Robert is highly skilled in governmental procedure, media management, technical training, organizational restructuring, customer relations and community outreach.
Robert has been involved serving both public and private sector agencies dealing with crisis communication and public health issues within California. He has been instrumental in the formation of County task forces dealing with public health, ballot assessments, land use regulations, lobbying and crisis communication management.
He also serves as the Chairman for the Orange County Sober Living Coalition, a branch of the Sober Living Network (the largest recovery housing organization of its kind in the nation, supporting 500 independent recovery residences in Southern California) that certifies and provides training to the operators of sober living homes within Orange County, Ca. He has been very active in fair housing issues affecting recovery residences, particularly within the Orange County region which has seen a spike in the amount of public opposition found both at the local, regional and state levels.
Born in Germany but raised here in the United States she has called Orange County home for over 30 years. With a solid background in insurance and the medical field, Heike worked for Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach in finance finally coming to Clean Path as Admissions Director 2 years ago.
With her personal experience with addiction she is passionate about recovery service. Heike is a hands on leader. She often interacts with clients during the course of treatment, taking personal satisfaction in hearing about their progress. This helps clients feel they have a personal ally at the highest level of the organization. Heike cites the consistency and core values of the company as its strengths.
In her free time she likes spending time with her 4 year old daughter at the
beach enjoying all that this beautiful part of California has to offer.
Lily Munroe is the Director of Nursing at Clean Path Behavioral Health and has been in addiction and Behavioral medicine since 2008 starting asanin- patient psychiatric nurse with our nations veterans for the VA system. She has extensive knowledge in medication management for detox, recovery as well psychiatric medication and provides direction to all levels concerning health and wellness providing direction and supervision to our medical team as well as working closely with our clinical team.
A Licensed Vocational Nurse , Phlebotomist and certified inIV administration , Lily isan advocate for making sure our clients are completely taken care of medically, educationally and mentally. She utilizes her years in the medical, psychiatric and Chemical Dependency field in order to provide the most excellent care possible during the clients stay and has worked closely with bringing Vivitrol to Clean Path to provide the extra support that our clients need.
During her tenure at Clean Path, Lily has had direct interaction with personnel and clients, ranging from overseeing chart audits to helping develop companywide policy to meet Joint Commission protocols & standards. On a daily basis, she is responsible for monitoring all medical criteria in client’s charts, and directing staff to provide the adequate care for our clients. Lily continues her education in Health care Management to perfect the care she can provide for the community as well as Clean Path Behavioral Health