Joanna Huntington, LICSW

Vice President of Recovery, Housing, and Community Supports


Ms. Huntington serves as Vice President of Recovery, Housing and Community Supports and is responsible for the oversight of Bridgewell’s affordable housing, respite service, individual supports, and residential recovery services. She also works in collaboration with the Department of Public Health, the Department of Mental Health, the Department of Developmental Disabilities, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

While her primary focus is recovery and housing services, she participates in various committees and focus groups to understand the complexities and breadth of Bridgewell services. In addition, Ms. Huntington has been instrumental in writing several grants that have enhanced the services and revenue in recovery and housing services.

Ms. Huntington’s experience includes working at Department of Children and Families, Health and Education Services, Northeast Family institute, as well as operating a privately owned psychotherapy practice.  Ms. Huntington works collaboratively with community partners including the Lynn Continuum of Care, Balance of State, various Drug Courts, and the Lynn Community Health Center.

She earned a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from Salem State University and obtained her independent clinical license (LICSW) in 2010.

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