CPC FOUNDATION

BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE FOR ALL

Thank you.

Thank you for your support of CPC Behavioral Healthcare!

Your generous philanthropy is helping transform our community, one life at a time. 

Board of Trustees - CPC Foundation

OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Donald Glaser, Chair

James Hiles, Vice Chair

Richard Sussman, Treasurer
Lori Goldstein, Secretary​
 

TRUSTEES

Robert Baxter

Kathy J. Brower

Jeffrey R. Rich, Esq.

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EMERITUS TRUSTEES

Lois Broder

Mrs. Holly Dreman

Lewis Eisenberg

Edward Hirsch

James Jacobson

Charlie Parton

Mark Solow

The CPC Foundation was established over fifty years ago in order to strengthen CPC's vast array of programs, and to ensure CPC's ability to be a safety-net provider. Being a "safety-net" provider means no one falls through the cracks. Everyone counts and everyone is cared for equitably. CPC closes gaps and deploys assistance to children, adults and families who have little to no financial resources, and who desperately need care for the most serious and complex behavioral health disorders. 

 

Through the generosity from our community, CPC addresses immediate mental health challenges, while strengthening each person's ability to be resilient and capable of responding to future challenges independently.

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CPC's integrated framework brings together mental health professionals with healthcare, law enforcement, criminal justice, and emergency and government agencies, to create a safety-net that is compassionate, coordinated, comprehensive, and equitable.

As we look to the year ahead, we are eager to continue supporting CPC's "safety-net" mission and provide support to existing and emerging programs especially:

Thank you for your contributions of time, talent and financial resources which save and change thousands of lives and makes our community stronger.

 

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss making a gift to the CPC Foundation, please contact: Lynn Lucarelli, VP & Chief Development Officer, llucarelli@cpcbhc.org or 732-935-2226.