Johanna Schneider, RN

Registered Nurse

Johanna Schneider, RN, feels privileged to work with young adults recovering from substance use disorders and believes the skills they learn at The Goodale School will help shape the rest of their life. As a registered nurse, Johanna plays an important role in the health and safety of students at The Goodale School. She has nursing experience in adolescent residential treatment services and in mental health and psychiatric assessment services in a hospital setting. Johanna’s family has experienced loss due to substance use disorder and drug overdose. Through these lived experiences, she has been witness to the tremendous heartache caused to her loved ones. She is grateful to be part of The Goodale School’s program that supports students and their families as they make positive changes in their lives. Originally from New York, Johanna has lived in Asheville for the past 25 years. She received her associate’s degree in nursing from Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College and also holds a physical therapy assistant associate’s degree from Green River College in Auburn, Washington. Johanna has two daughters and four grandchildren and she enjoys spending time with them and with friends exploring Western North Carolina. An avid traveler, she spent five months in Tanzania, including three months volunteering with disabled children and two months traveling solo. That trip allowed her to fulfill a childhood dream of visiting Africa and sparked additional excursions including a five-month trip to South America and another to Italy, Switzerland and Turkey.

The Goodale School team is happy to speak with you to determine if our program is the right fit for your son or client. For information, please contact Stacy Barnard, Director of Admissions and Marketing at (828) 220-0040, ext. 2240 or email

75 Zillicoa St, Asheville, NC 28801
The Goodale School is affiliated with Monarch, a leading statewide provider of services to thousands of people with mental illness, substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities in North Carolina. The organization is nationally accredited by The Joint Commission.
NATSAP Guiding the Way logo
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram