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Bridgewell

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Bridgewell
471 Broadway
Lynnfield, MA 01940
United States
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Phone
781.593.1088
Fax
781.593.5731
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Website
http://www.glmh.org/



Bridgewell

For more than 50 years, Bridgewell has been a leading provider of quality services to adults with disabilities on the North Shore and in the Merrimack Valley. This year has been one of their organization’s most challenging because of the great recession and pressures on all their funding sources. And yet this is a time when the need for their services has never been greater.

Their Services

Bridgewell offers a wide range of comprehensive services for people with disabilities and other life challenges. By providing a continuum of quality services and community education, they tackle issues and barriers facing people with disabilities.

Their service model focuses on the abilities of individuals in their programs and approaches service delivery as a partnership, respecting the needs and desires of each individual. This person-centered approach allows them to support and respect the people they serve, as well as to foster their independence.

Their Mission:

Inspired by the values of caring and respect, together they guide individuals with disabilities and other challenges to achieve and enjoy their highest quality of life and personal growth.

Their Vision:

To be the provider of choice for services to individuals with disabilities and other special needs, and to be trusted and recognized by all stakeholders for our leadership, innovation, professional expertise, quality of service, and managerial accountability and integrity.

Their Values:

In their relationships and all that they do, they will demonstrate these fundamental values:

  • Caring
  • Respect
  • Dignity
  • Integrity
  • Safety
  • Wellness

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