Message from our CEO
"As President & CEO of CPC Behavioral Healthcare, I am grateful you have taken the time to learn more about what we do.
At CPC, we pride ourselves on offering high quality and evidence-based services in all of our locations and for all treatment and education.
My professional journey has provided me with experience in operating treatment services in New York and New Jersey and I am proud to lead the incredible staff at CPC who make such a difference in the lives of children, adults and families in our community.
CPC has been at the forefront of quality care to promote wellness, recovery and productive lives since 1960, and we continue to work tirelessly to help individuals live their best lives in the community.
Our field often experiences change and we are prepared to face all necessary challenges to continue to improve the lives of those we serve!
Nancy Claire Lobell (nee Levy) of Middletown, NJ died after a tragic accident on Monday October 7, 2019.
Wife of Marc Lobell, mother of Marshall and Marian, sister of Diane Baxter (Robert), Navesink NJ. Her parents were Lois Levy and Robert Levy. Nancy was born in New York City on February 24, 1960 and was raised in Oakhurst NJ and lived in NY City for 10 years. She graduated from Ocean Township High School and Clark University. Nancy worked at BBDO, Siebel Mohr and A&W Beverages as a Brand Marketing executive, before dedicating her life to her family.
Nancy was a joyous, wonderful person who had a constant smile. Family and friends were most important to her and she was generous to all. She was intensely interested in people and sparked new relationships wherever she went. She loved travelling the world and learning about cultures. She was an avid skier, tennis player, and practiced yoga for many years. She loved spending time at Ocean Beach Club in Elberon, NJ - serving as president for 4 years from 2004-2008. Nancy recently completed backpacking the 270-mile Long Trail in VT, with her husband. She was an avid reader, studied Literature, and Art History at NYU Continuing Ed for many years. She cared deeply about charities, especially CPC Behavioral Healthcare, where she served on the board directors, and Impact 100/ Monmouth county.
Nancy Lobell joined CPC’s Board of Trustees in April 2011, following in the footsteps of her mother, Lois Levy, who had chaired the Board of Trustees in the early days of CPC. Chairing the Marketing Committee of the Board, Nancy assisted with a marketing needs assessment and the re-design of the Agency’s website. She also served on the board’s High Point School Committee. The school, students and the staff held a special place for Nancy. One of Nancy’s great joys was to attend the Employee Service Award Dinner and help present the award named in honor of her late mother –the Lois K. Levy Employee Award. We will all miss her energy, enthusiasm and love for CPC and its mission.