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Transition Program Team

Becca Litwin, LCSW (she/her)

Transition Social Worker, O'Connell House

In her role as the transition social worker at O'Connell House in Monterey, Becca Litwin, LCSW, draws from her extensive background in social work, having earned her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from Hunter College, where she specialized in policy and organizing. With her deep commitment to community empowerment, Becca strives to collaborate alongside guests to navigate life's transitions with confidence and resilience. Drawing from her own experiences of change and growth, she emphasizes the importance of community, skill-building, and embracing new opportunities.

Becca’s career is rooted in bridging the gap between policy change and direct service. Prior to joining the team, she immersed herself in various roles, from educational reform work in New York City to program design for the Me Too Movement, always ensuring that those being served were in direct communication with those driving policy change.

Becca's involvement with Gould Farm runs deep. As a neighbor of the Farm and a former member of the Gould Farm Human Rights Committee, she has witnessed firsthand the transformative impact that Gould Farm's holistic approach to healing can have on guests. Listening to guests share their stories and recovery journeys while on the committee has reinforced her belief in the powerful combination of intentional community support and meaningful work.

Outside of work, Becca finds joy romping around in the woods, going for a paddle, getting her hands in the soil, enjoying the tranquility of Rawson Brook, and spending time with her partner and their cat Lou.

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