South Shore Mental Health announced that Kristen Woodbury, LMHC, has been named Vice President of the Quincy-based non-profit’s Rehabilitation and Recovery Division. Woodbury previously served as the agency’s Director of Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS), a community- and residential-based program offering therapeutic services to adults living with serious mental illness.
In her new role, Ms. Woodbury will oversee the CBFS program as well as the agency’s comprehensive day treatment program, and Community Outpatient clinic within the Quincy Mental Health Center. She will also oversee South Shore Mental Health’s Peer-To-Peer program, which offers support to clients on evenings, weekends, and holidays. “I am delighted that Kristen has accepted the position of Vice President of the Rehabilitation and Recovery Division,” said South Shore Mental Health Executive Vice President Stephen Wojcik. “She has been instrumental in the success of our community-based programs, and we look forward to her continued contributions as part of our leadership team.”
Ms. Woodbury holds a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Framingham State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from the University of South Florida.
Since 1926, South Shore Mental Health has been building hope and changing lives for children born with developmental disabilities, and children, teens, and adults living with mental illness. Today, we have more than 700 employees based in Quincy, Marshfield, Plymouth, and Wareham, and our non-profit early intervention and mental health treatment and recovery programs reach 16,000+ people from Boston to Cape Cod each year.