We regret to inform you that the Driftwood Cabana Club Beach Volleyball Tournament scheduled for October 9, 2021 has been cancelled.
CPC is Stigma-Free
CPC Behavioral Healthcare is a proud member of the
Monmouth County Stigma-Free Movement.
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All of us at CPC want to express
our sincere gratitude to the following
CPC Foundation Sponsors:
& Chuck Walters/Willis Towers Watson
Ana & Rick Blank
Lori and Hal Goldstein
Treatment helps children succeed in school, build fulfilling and lasting social relationships and live the opportunities that are presented to them!
It allows adults to regain their independence, find true wellness and live their best lives!
CPC Behavioral Healthcare is the provider of choice for
mental health, substance use and special education services
for children, adults and families in New Jersey.
To All Individuals, Families and Agencies Whom We Work With at CPC:
We realize that everyone around the world is facing unique challenges associated with the Pandemic. At CPC Behavioral Healthcare, we remain confident that by pulling together we can meet the ensuing challenges.
Over the Agency’s sixty years of helping our community we have demonstrated grit and determination to persevere through adversity. Our commitment to the safety and well-being of our clients and staff is our top priority. CPC has implemented enhanced precautions for all of our clinical staff to protect their health and safety while they ensure the health and well-being of our clients.
We are more concerned than ever for the well-being of those we serve. CPC is taking a number of steps to ensure continued treatment for the most vulnerable among us—particularly those who have a more serious, chronic mental health condition and/or substance use disorder.
With the aid of technology, we are able to provide virtual treatment and group sessions. For those clients for whom an in-person session is needed, we have implemented procedures to keep our clients and staff safe.
Our staff is serving the needs of people who participate in our community programs ensuring their continued well-being and to reduce the possibility of the need for a higher level of care. For many of the people in these programs, they are disconnected from loved ones and support systems. Often, CPC staff are their family.
Situations like this remind us of what is most important—to stay safe and healthy and to share patience and kindness with one another. Your support of CPC means so much to us and we know that we will get through this together as a community.
With heartfelt gratitude,
Vera Sansone, LCSW
President & CEO
CPC Behavioral Healthcare