Non-profit community partner to offer local behavioral & mental health services
SWAMPSCOTT, MA — The Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for new member, Longwood Care. Located at 21 Railroad Avenue in Swampscott, Longwood Care emerged from a small marriage and family therapy, private practice dedicated to serving the Boston and North Shore communities. Their key focus is geared to empowerment, advocacy, inclusion & collaboration for individual and families and is dedicated to creating, improving and sustaining support networks through their commitment to the communities in the Commonwealth.
“Our core services and strengths are in providing In-Home and Outpatient Therapy, Youth Mentoring (sustained through community grants and donations) along with Youth Development & Family Stabilization Services,” says Founder, Anna Svetchnikov. “We utilize a Solution-Focused Relational Approach and provide evidence-based practices and programs that help strengthen individuals, couples, children and families through support that address behavioral and emotional needs as well as healthy functioning at home and in the community.”
Svetchnikov adds that most clients are referred over by our community partners such as the Department of Children and Families including schools, hospitals, clinics, centers and other organizations as well as local self-initiated via Psychology Today and community word-of-mouth referrals. The organization also has the capacity for several languages including Russian, Ukrainian and Spanish. The organization serves the North Shore & Boston areas including Lynn, Swampscott, Marblehead, Nahant, Salem, Peabody, Danvers, Beverly, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston and Chelsea.
Longwood Care is currently accepting new clients and there is no wait-list for those seeking a licensed marriage and family therapist, social worker or mental health counselor.
“Clients are amazed at the spacious facility dedicated to children, adolescents and adults. We are also dedicated to sensory integrated family therapy for individuals that may show signs of ADD/ADHD or autism spectrum as well as trauma focused therapy. Our therapists are specifically trained, and require a Masters and 2 years internship/residency prior to being an independently licensed in Massachusetts. Additionally, most therapeutic services are covered by major insurances which require a targeted treatment plan and the average therapy course is three or four months.”
Longwood Care joined the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce to strengthen relationships within and meet the needs of the community.
About Longwood Care:
A 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, working with established organizations, city and state departments and other partners throughout the state of Massachusetts to transform child and family support networks by providing effective parent and child focused clinical and therapeutic training. Accepting Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), MassHealth, Self-Pay, and all major insurance plans.
For more information, please visit www.longwoodcare.org or call 781-600-5501.