Cally Lilley is a psychiatric mental health clinical nurse specialist at the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program. She has been working at MGH in the Department of Psychiatry since graduating from The MGH Institute of Professions in 2008.
Lilley began working at MGH Monument Street Counseling Center (a community-based mental health center), and helped in its initial years and development. She joined the West End Clinic, Outpatient Addiction Services in 2008 and became the Associate Director of the Young Adult Intensive Outpatient Program. At West End Clinic, she also was involved in founding the Naltrexone Injection Clinic and working with the Office-Based Opioid Substitution Program. Lilley joined the Home Base program in 2011 and is the Associate Director for Addiction Services.
Lilley completed her Master’s of Science degree at MGH Institute of Professions. She has presented nationally for the Contemporary Forums and MGH Academy Conferences and has co-authored 4 articles. Her areas of interest are patients with co-occurring disorders, opioid substitution therapies, and Veterans with PTSD. She is board certified in both adult psychiatry, and is eligible for Primary Care board certification as well.