Community Housing

Bridgewell provides a variety of residential services that provide support to individuals with developmental and physical disabilities and individuals who are dually diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities. Specialty services are provided for individuals with probable Alzheimer’s disease, those who are hearing impaired, individuals with extensive medical health challenges, those who are forensically involved and those who have significant behavioral challenges.

Our core purpose is assisting people to lead and direct their own lives. We are dedicated to ensuring that homes create the conditions for developing, sustaining and strengthening relationships among housemates, in the community and with family members and friends. Bridgewell’s residential services include permanent staff-supported housing, supported living, and respite housing for emergency and planned stays. All services are provided based on individual choice, preference and need emphasizing a holistic approach to service delivery.

We have more than 70 residences and supported living sites in 20 communities north of Boston including Lynn, Lynnfield, Wakefield, Saugus, Melrose, Woburn, Peabody, Danvers, Beverly, Swampscott, Salem, Salisbury, Amesbury, Lowell, Chelmsford, Dracut, Tewksbury, Billerica, Haverhill and Merrimac.

Residential Services for People with Developmental Disabilities

Bridgewell provides around-the-clock well-trained, direct care staff to support individuals based on their individual needs living in residences across Eastern Massachusetts. Read more…

Supported Living

Bridgewell’s supported-living models provide housing and support for people with developmental disabilities who are able to live with varying levels of independence. Read more…

Emergency and Planned Respite Housing

Bridgewell’s respite program is designed for individuals with developmental and/or psychiatric disabilities who are in need of crisis stabilization or who have arranged for a planned stay. Read more…