Chief Executive Officer
Rod Libbey has been CEO at Janus of Santa Cruz since 2008. Prior to working at Janus, Rod held a position as the CEO of Walden House, Inc., was the Interim Executive Director at the Mental Health Association of San Francisco, the Senior Vice President and Director of Employee Relations at Bank of America, and was Vice President, Employee Assistance Programs at Bank of America. Rod holds a BA and MA from the University of Oregon and he was CEAP certified. Rod has published many articles and was a featured speaker in the EAP field.
Bill Morris, M.D.
Dr. Morris has been with Janus since October of 2003 and is certified to prescribe methadone and buprenorphine. Dr. Morris’ professional background covers many years of study and experience, including a two-year residency at Johns Hopkins and working in Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Dr. Morris enjoys working with the people at Janus, touting the collaborative approach to providing effective treatment.
Mark Stanford, Ph.D.
Director of Medication Assisted Treatment Programs
Mark brings 10 years of private practice in psychotherapy to his role as director of Janus’ two Medication Assisted Treatment clinics. Mark began his career managing behavioral health programs in the public and private non-profit sectors. Most important to his position at Janus is Mark’s recent work as Director of Addiction Medicine for the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System, as well as his extensive experience as an instructor and lecturer in the field of medication assisted treatment.
Katie Mayeda, LCSW
Katie brings 14 years of experience working with families with acute high risk mental health struggles. She was Clinical Program Manager for residential treatment at Uplift Family Services and created a program to help stabilize home placements and support family reunification while providing intensive mental health services. Katie earned her LCSW from San Jose State University and is trained in TF-CBT, PBIS, TCI, ACRA, MAP, KIPS, First Five, CSEC, and WrapAround. She regularly conducts trainings and speaks out to change the stigma against mental health and addiction.
Detox & Residential Program Manager
Christine brings 20 years of management and leadership experience to the team at Janus. She has worked as a residential treatment program manager, a treatment counselor and volunteer coordinator for several non-profits and treatment centers. Christine is CADC-certified and is currently working toward her BS in Counseling with an emphasis in addiction and substance use treatment.
DUI Programs Director
Jaime Campos is a CADC I certified counselor that has been working at Janus since 2012, starting as a volunteer before taking a position as a Relapse Prevention Counselor in our Intensive Outpatient Program. Jaime earned a Certificate in Addiction Studies from William Jessup University, attended the Supervisory Academy at Cabrillo College, and continues to advance his knowledge with organizational management courses.
Lisa Russell, Ph.D.
Director of Research and Evaluation
Lisa Russell joined Janus in April of 2016. Prior to working at Janus, Lisa was Senior Manager of Evaluation Services at Applied Survey Research, Senior Research Scientist & Associate Director of Research at ETR Associates and Assistant Professor of Public Health at Indiana University. Through these positions, Lisa has gained experience in designing and leading studies of interventions that focus on mental health, substance use and trauma. Lisa earned her Ph.D. and MPH from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.
Admissions Director & Business Manager
Angie graduated in 2007, earning her certificate in Business Health Administration and Medical Billing/Coding. She joined the Janus team after working 12 years in the medical and corporate environments, bringing exceptional organizational skills, a driven attitude and a strong work ethic to the complex world of recovery. Often the first contact for clients and families seeking treatment, Angie is a recovery advocate who is committed to transforming the community into one where shame and stigma no longer surround those in recovery. Since starting in the field, Angie has successfully contracted with insurance companies to assure that all those in need have access to treatment services.