Bridgewell Subsidiary Corporations

Middlesex North Resource Center

Established in 1989, this non-profit corporation is the holder of real estate at 94-106 Rock Street, Lowell and is the recipient of funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), City of Lowell HOME program, Community Economic Development Corporation CEDAC) and the in the provision of providing supported housing and other services to homeless individuals. In 2001, Middlesex North Resource Center was awarded 75 Mainstream Housing Choice Vouchers also from HUD.  Bridgewell administers these vouchers.

Forthill Avenue, Incorporated

Established in 2000, this non-profit corporation is the holder of real estate at 111 Forthill Avenue.  This corporation received funding from HUD, under the Section 811 Program, and the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC) to develop housing for individuals with disabilities.  The program provides housing to 6 individuals with mental illness.

Bridgewell Merrimac Housing Corporation

Established in 2008, this non-profit corporation is the holder of real estate at 40 Church Street in Merrimac. The corporation received funding from the HUD, under the Section 811 program, CEDAC and the Town Of Merrimac HOME program to develop 5 new units of handicap accessibility housing for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Bridgewell Danvers Housing Corporation

Established in 2009, this non-profit corporation is the holder of real estate at 49 Coolidge Road in Danvers. The corporation received funding from HUD, under the Section 811 Program,  CEDAC and the Town of Danvers HOME Program to develop 5 new units of handicap accessible housing for individuals with developmental disabilities

Bridgewell Lynn Housing Corporation

Established in 2010, this non-profit corporation is the holder of real estate at 28-30 Lewis Street in Lynn. The corporation has been awarded a Section 811 Program from HUD and will be developing 10 new units of supported housing for individuals with developmental disabilities.  Bridgewell Lynn hopes to break ground on this project in the fall of 2011.