CPC Fundraising Events & Donating
The CPC Invitational Golf Outing at Navesink has been rescheduled to Monday, August 24, 2020
at Navesink Country Club
In Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Personal Protective Equipment Needed
for CPC Staff and Clients
Currently, our staff are still actively doing community work for our clients in need. As a result, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment like masks, gloves, protective gowns, eyewear, etc.) is needed for our staff. We are actively seeking donations for PPE if anyone would like to contribute to a good cause to help others during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Thank you in advance for your support. Donation options below:
Learn How You Can Change a Life
Your support will help support over 9,000 children, adults and families every year!
What Does Treatment Do?
It 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 saved my life.
I am a single mother and I couldn’t care for myself before coming to CPC.
I wasn’t able to walk into a crowded room.
Now I just graduated from college, I’m going to get a job and move out into my own place."
- Consumer of CPC Outpatient Treatment
“I was crying tears of joy when I received my acceptance notice!
High Point Schools Class of 2017
As she prepares to graduate in June, Anita has already been accepted into the Brookdale Community College Health, Occupational and Vocational Technology Program. With the assistance of her transition and employment counselors, Anita has developed her resume, completed multiple employment applications and is scheduling her interviews.
Contact our Development Office at (732) 935-2222
for more information.
CPC provides these services regardless of income and often serves uninsured or under-insured individuals. Even those who have insurance may experience high co-pays and other out-of-pocket costs that would make treatment impossible without assistance through CPC.
Unfortunately, we are experiencing a time of reduced federal, state and local funding and this makes your support even more vital!
By the Numbers
1 in 4
Individuals will experience mental illness in their lifetimes.
The number of children, adults and families served by CPC every year.
School Districts represented by the wonderful students at High Point Schools.
The Agency would like to extend a special Thank You to the following individuals and community partners. Their very generous, ongoing support of CPC makes a significant impact on the number of people the Agency cares for and the scope of its services.
Rick & Ana Blank/BTIG
Lois P. Broder
Al & Ann Ferguson
Lori & Hal Goldstein
Richard & Susan Maizel
Simulation Solutions, Inc.