Jason Kletter is the President of BayMark Health Services where he has worked for 25 years in operational, management and executive roles. BayMark is the largest provider in the United States focused on the treatment of opioid use disorder, providing a full-continuum of treatment services to more than 33,000 patients each day. Dr. Kletter earned his doctorate in organizational psychology in 2001.
Dr. Kletter serves as the President of the California Opioid Maintenance Providers (COMP), representing the state association with the largest group of opioid treatment programs in the country, and as a board member of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD).
Dr. Kletter works regularly with local, state and federal government officials to advise on regulations, policy, funding, and health care trends. Dr. Kletter has served as advisor to the California State Department of Health Care Services on many committees including the Narcotic Treatment Program Advisory Committee, The California Outcome Management System Workgroup, the Counselor Certification Advisory Committee and the 1115 Waiver Advisory Group. He has also participated in federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment initiatives, advising on accreditation guidelines and evaluating training curricula for opioid treatment program physicians as well as advising state legislators helping to craft sound policy into legislation. Dr. Kletter was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to the Lawyers Assistance Program Oversight Committee in 2013.
Dr. Kletter is married with two children and a Labrador Retriever.