Ileen Bradley - Bio

Ileen F. Bradley has served as a member of the Friends of ASAP Board since 2003 and is the Executive Director at Damon House, Inc. She has been employed with the agency since 1981 and became the Executive Director in 1985. 
Ms. Bradley has dedicated her professional life to helping individuals suffering from substance use disorders with no means to pay for treatment. She has led a committed team of addiction and mental health specialists to offer both residential and outpatient treatment with a specialty toward the Criminal Justice client. Her goal has been and remains steadfast today to bring a stable and healthy future for men and women with the desire to shed the shackles of addition and become productive well-adjusted members of society.

Ms. Bradley is also the President of the Meghan Rose Bradley Foundation dedicated to bringing hope to children suffering from brain cancer. The organization was founded in 2005 after the passing of her daughter Meghan Rose to a brain tumor in 2004. She and her husband Bob have been spearheading fund raising campaigns for cutting edge research, as well as, educate the public about pediatric brain cancer.

Ms. Bradley was born in Brooklyn, New York and moved to New Jersey as a youngster. She attended the University of Cincinnati where she received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology. She was awarded a Research Scholarship to attend the University of Dayton where she earned her Master’s in Public Administration. Current Professional Associations or Volunteer organizations: Damon Foundation

National Organization of Professional Women New Jersey Mental Health and Addiction Association Therapeutic Communities of America Rotary Club of Branchburg