David Baer
Clinical Program Coordinator
Born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, most of David Baer’s life was spent using and selling drugs, committing crimes, and serving time in prison. Since arriving at Beit T’Shuvah in 2010, David’s life has been transformed beyond his wildest expectations. After completing treatment at Beit T’Shuvah, he was given the opportunity to work as a program facilitator in the clinical department. It soon became clear that David was a leader – a passionate and tireless worker dedicated to the cause of helping other addicts and criminals, like himself, see the light at the end of the tunnel. It wasn’t long before David took on more responsibly and became Program Coordinator. His current duties include overseeing all program facilitators, coordinating daily groups and activities for residents, and liaising with other departments. David is currently in school at West Los Angeles College for Drug and Alcohol Studies. He is passionate about his work, the residents at Beit T’Shuvah, and its mission of helping people to recover from the disease of addiction.

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