Annette Newton-Baldwin is the Assistant Director of the LION UP Recovery Program
(Collegiate Recovery Program) and Intervention. She has been employed at Southeastern
Louisiana University since 2003. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well
as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
In 1997, Annette earned a Masters of Arts in Counseling from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. She has a special interest in trauma, substance misuse as well as helping with long term recovery for substance missuse and process addictions. Annette is ARISE Trained with Arise Continuing Care as an Interventionist.
Annette has worked in a variety of settings including Bancroft NeuroHealth Rehabilitation Center in Covington and New Orleans, Straight and Narrow Treatment Center of Baton Rouge, and Lifestreams Behavioral Center of Leesburg, Florida.
Annette has worked as grant coordinator with the Transforming Youth in Recovery, National Highway Safety Commission and Tobacco-Free Living. She has also served as TRACC Coalition Chair, Terrell Conference Chair as well as President of the Junior Auxiliary of Hammond. She has recently helped launch Collegiate Recovery Programming at Southeastern Louisiana University. LION UP Recovery launched Fall of 2019. It is the first collegiate recovery program for students in recovery at a public university in the State of Louisiana. Annette continues to work with the LION UP Collegiate Recovery Board to promote sustainability of LION UP Recovery.
Annette is a native of Slidell, Louisiana.