Brandon Berry
Director of Administration & Admissions
After being paroled from prison on drug-related charges, Brandon Berry came to Beit T’Shuvah for treatment in 2002. After completing primary residential treatment in 2003, Brandon began working as the sole member of the maintenance department at Beit T’Shuvah in 2004. Recognizing his desire to help others live in recovery, Brandon attended UCLA’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling program, receiving his CADAC II certification. He began working in the Clinical Department in 2008. Since that time, he has held various positions at Beit T’Shuvah including Counselor, Admissions Coordinator, Program Director, and most recently he created the Insurance Department to help more people receive treatment. As evidenced by his own journey, one of Brandon’s favorite aspects about being a member of this community is the growth and healing available in this thriving treatment center and congregation. In addition to his current position as Administrative and Admissions Director, after completing his first marathon in 2011 as part of the Running for Recovery team, he discovered a true passion for running. Now having completed six himself, he has become coach of this year’s marathon team, helping support others to accomplish the achievement he found so transformative in his own life.

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