COMMUNITY

Programs

Community Programs

Our whole-community approach to caring for people with mental health and substance use disorders, leverages a wide range of resources in our local community. Our outreach enables individuals to live safely and successfully in their local community, while drastically reducing crisis hospitalization rates and costly emergency room visits. 

 

At CPC, we partner with the brightest minds in our field forging innovative academic partnerships and strong inter-agency collaborations across Central New Jersey and beyond. Our passion is strengthening lives and illuminating paths forward to recovery.

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Project Insight 

Project Insight is available at locations in Freehold and Red Bank.

Project Insight is a short-term, 5-session, pre-treatment model for youth who are at risk of developing a substance use issue.

​Project Insight includes the following 5 sessions:

  1. Comprehensive Individual Assessment

  2. Goal Setting and Basic Substance Use Education Group 

  3. Social Skill Building and Refusal Skills Group 

  4. Problem Solving and High Risk Planning Group

  5. Client/Family Completion Session

Mobile Crisis Response

Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (CMRSS) offer crisis de-escalation, safety planning and case management supports to children and families in Monmouth County. Through the New Jersey Children's System of Care, PerformCare connects young people and their families statewide to the care they need to be well. For callers in Monmouth County, CPC will respond offering crisis de-escalation, safety planning and case management supports to children and families. 

CPC is available and ready to respond 24/7 and we are ready to assist with immediate crisis response, care management and in-home services including:

  • Emotional and behavioral disorders

  • School attendance or behavioral concerns 

  • Co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders

  • Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities​

 

 

Always ready to take your call 24 hours, 7 days a week:

877-652-7624

PACT Program

The Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is a team-based program for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness and substance use disorders who have a history of multiple emergency room visits or psychiatric hospital admissions in the last 18 months.​ CPC's PACT Teams include a psychiatrist, nurses, clinical social workers, co-occurring specialists, vocational specialists, mental health advocates and peer specialists. The PACT Teams provide intensive, in-community treatment and support to assist consumers in staying out of the hospital and improving their functioning in the community.​ The PACT Team treats adult consumers throughout Monmouth County. Referrals for PACT services can be made directly to the PACT program and must be approved by DMHAS (the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services).​ PACT treatment is based on a nationwide evidence-based treatment model. Click here to learn more.

Behavioral Health Home

This program is located at our Aberdeen location and is available to adults 18 and older who are enrolled in Medicaid.

The Behavioral Health Home (BHH) is a program for individuals with co-occurring mental health, physical health and/or substance use disorders. Individuals in the Behavioral Health Home program are provided with care coordination services to assist in making medical appointments, following up on recommendations and improving health and wellness.

 

Supportive Employment

Supportive Employment assists consumers in their goal to return and remain in the work force. CPC’s Supported Employment Program offers a continuum of vocational services and emphasizes hands-on training on the job .

Services include:

  • Vocational Assessment

  • Job-Seeking Skills Development

  • Academic Supports

  • Career Exploration

  • Problem Solving Skills

  • Travel Training

  • Job Development

Supportive Housing - Community Support Services

CPC offers Supportive Housing throughout Monmouth County.

The scope and purpose of the program is to increase independence, community integration and quality of life.

Services include:

  • Completion of comprehensive rehabilitation needs assessment for consumer-directed treatment

  • Development of individualized plan for recovery and wellness

 

Skills development training and skill teaching based on:

  • Daily living skills

  • Social skills

  • Navigating the physical and mental health systems

  • Budgeting, financial stability and entitlements

  • Recreation and leisure

  • Self-advocacy

  • Wellness and a healthy lifestyle

  • Employment, volunteer and educational readiness

  • Coordination of care with individual's family or support system

  • In-community care management

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Supportive counseling

  • Family psychoeducation and support

Click here for information about the "Housing First" philosophy

Integrated Case Management Services

 Integrated Case Management Services (ICMS) assists individuals 18 and over with serious and persistent mental illness and/or co-occurring mental health & substance use disorders with re-integration into the community. Care management services provide linkages to help individuals manage their illness and secure necessary services and resources to improve their quality of life.

Services include:​

  • Individualized treatment services in the consumer's home environmental for up to 12 months

  • Assessment/Service Planning

  • Linkage to community services

  • Coordination of care with family and supports

  • Specialized assistance for individuals involved in the justice system (Justice Involved Services)

 

Justice Involved Services

Justice Involved Services (JIS) is a community case management program specific to the justice-involved population. 

Care management services provide linkages to help individuals manage their illness and

secure necessary services and resources to improve their quality of life.

Services include:​

  • Individualized treatment services in the home environment for up to 12 months

  • Assessment/Service Planning

  • Linkage to community services

  • Coordination of care with family and supports

  • Specialized assistance for individuals involved in the justice system

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Heart & Hands

As a safety-net agency we are deeply committed to meeting the needs of all individuals--especially those with the most complex behavioral health challenges. With dignity and respect, we meet people where they are, making space for hope and the promise of new possibilities. 

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