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Celebrating CPC Integrated Health

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that we will now be known as CPC Integrated Health.


The name change reflects the model of care that the agency has incorporated since its founding in 1960. As one of New Jersey’s largest integrated care providers, and as a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic—proud to be one of the first in the Nation, CPC is excited to continue delivering the evidence-based, compassionate care, that communities in Monmouth and Ocean Counties have come to rely on for over 60 years.

“While we have changed our name and logo to better reflect the innovative and positive things we are doing, we are still the same dependable nonprofit agency that has consistently brought high-quality services to the people who need them most in our communities,” said Vera Sansone, President & CEO. “Adding the word "integrated" to our name is important because it helps to define the model of care that we have incorporated over several decades to better serve our communities.”

CPC treats the "whole-person." Whole-person health involves helping and empowering individuals, families, communities, and populations, to improve their health in multiple, interconnected, biological, behavioral, social, and environmental areas. Instead of just treating specific disorders like behavioral health, the whole-person health approach focuses on restoring health, promoting resilience, and preventing diseases over the life span.

“Our mission continues to strengthen our communities as we expand our continuum of services to include programs, such as the CCBHC (Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic) which has enabled us to increase in capacity, serving over 12,000 people annually, and to provide a safety-net for those with the most complex needs.” said Sansone.

The agency celebrated the new era of CPC Integrated Health at a community gathering at their Red Bank, NJ, Helen Herrmann Counseling Center last month. Senator Vin Gopal, and Monmouth County Commissioner Sue Kiley delivered remarks and presented a proclamation to CPC leadership while recognizing CPC Board members, community partners, and staff who were all in attendance for the momentous occasion. An event video recap can be viewed at:

About CPC Integrated Health CPC's mission is to support individuals, families, and the community in achieving whole health through an integrated system of care designed to promote well-being, recovery, and productive lives. Founded in 1960, CPC is the largest nonprofit integrated care provider in Monmouth and Northern Ocean Counties. CPC provides a safety-net of care and oversight that ensures accessible & affordable evidence-based treatment of mental health and substance use disorders, as well as special education services. With a commitment to diversity and inclusion, CPC services address the complex needs of underserved populations while reducing health disparities, improving outcomes, and restoring hope for individuals and families. For more information visit:



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