cpc invite passport 2014July 18th at “Passport Around the World” Benefit

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - CPC's Annual Summer Benefit Event will be held on Friday, July 18, 2014 at the gorgeous Navesink Country Club in Middletown, NJ.  Beginning at 7:00 p.m., guests will come together to support the mission of CPC Behavioral Healthcare and enjoy an evening of sumptuous food as well as live music by the Carl Gentry Band.   

 

This year, the Agency celebrates the contributions of Geoff Sadwith of Ocean, Pat Geiss of Little Silver, and TRAVELSAVERS, Oyster Bay, NY.  Sadwith will be the inaugural recipient of CPC’s Chairman’s Award.  Geiss will receive CPC’s Humanitarian Award and TRAVELSAVERS will receive CPC’s Corporate Good Neighbor Award.  All the honorees are widely regarded for their exemplary support of the community through gifts, grants, volunteer activities and a consistent, genuine interest in the overall health, strength and well-being of everyone who lives and works in MonmouthCounty.

To date, the event has attracted several generous underwriters including:  Jersey Shore Financial Advisors.  Other support has been committed through the 2014 CPC Sponsors:  Lois & Marvin Broder, Warshauer Electric Supply, Willis, WithumSmith+Brown, Commercial Flooring Concepts, Inc., Larson Ford, Inc., Al and Ann Ferguson and Lori and Hal Goldstein, Richard and Susan Maizel, and Simulation Solutions, Inc.

The importance of mental health to overall wellbeing and success has achieved renewed attention and engaged the media spotlight thanks to a vigorous national discussion led by the President and healthcare leadership.  More and more communities are incorporating mental health education and anti-stigma campaigns into neighborhood conversations to encourage individuals and families to seek out care when necessary and support friends and neighbors as they make the commitment to achieve better, overall health. 

The Agency hosts several events each year to raise funds in support of its mission to provide quality mental healthcare to MonmouthCounty residents who cannot afford it.  Last year, CPC served more than 8,000 people in MonmouthCounty with a variety of behavioral health services ranging from short-term, outpatient treatment to long-term treatment for serious and persistent mental health issues.   In addition to three counseling centers located throughout the County, CPC’s High PointSchool welcomes more than 200 special education students each year to help them achieve their academic and personal goals.

Come and claim your “Passport Around the World” to benefit and help support the community’s best overall heath.  The evening will offer opportunities to win great prizes on the Silent Auction, or take a chance in the spectacular merchandise or 50/50 raffles.  Please visit: www.cpcbehavioral.org to make your online reservation and purchase raffle tickets.  For more information, call CPC's Development Office at 732-935-2222.

 

CPC Behavioral Healthcare, founded in 1960, provides mental and behavioral healthcare and special education services to over 8,000 people each year. The Agency’s mission is to provide behavioral health and education services that promote wellness, recovery and productive lives.  For more information, visit www.cpcbehavioral.org and www.highpointschool.org.