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Welcome to the CPC Behavioral Healthcare Career Center! We are always interested in meeting qualified, talented and motivated individuals who could join our tradition of success and quality service.

At CPC Behavioral Healthcare we are firmly committed to providing equal opportunity in all employment practices. We recruit, hire and promote without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, physical or mental handicap, amnesty or status as a covered veteran.

13 Career Opportunities at CPC Behavioral Healthcare

The Care Manager is an integral member of the interdisciplinary team involved with each individual’s care at CPC. The Care Manager coordinates services and establishes goals in collaboration with clients/consumers and their support network to promote wellness, recovery, and productive lives. The Care Manager completes clinical documentation, utilize evidence-based practices, provide crisis intervention and link individuals to community support. The Care Manager collaborates with clients/consumers, their support network, the treatment team, and other community providers to ensure positive outcomes to facilitate success at home, in school, at work and in the community.

It's more than a job; it's a chance to save lives and transform our community. At CPC we bring our whole-selves to work each day---our differences and our unique personalities; yet we share the same singular value of working together to improve the lives of others. We are progressive, holistic in our approach and evidence-based. We pride ourselves in utilizing treatments that are proven to work and we celebrate our successes. Our full-range of comprehensive, mental health counseling, substance use treatment, and special education services are built to transform lives.

CPC is looking for a full-time Co-Occurring Specialist to work as part of PACT (Program for Assertive Community Treatment), a multi-disciplinary clinical team that provides assessment and direct service to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness. PACT is an evidenced based treatment modality providing therapeutic interventions to adults with significant mental health barriers in the community.

CPC is looking for human services professionals to join our Crisis Intervention Specialist team. this position will specialize in the area of Developmental Disabilities. Will attend the CSOC Developmental Disabilities meetings, will gather, maintain and organize resources for youth with DD. Will also assist caregivers with the DD application as required and will assist other CIS staff link their clients to appropriate DD resources as needed. CPC offers free clinical supervision, including supervision that qualifies for LCSW, LPC and LCADC eligibility.

This is a full time 5 day per week evening position. The Youth Community Support Team is a community based treatment program providing integrated support services to children and adolescents. this program serves individuals residing in Monmouth and Northern Ocean Counties with diagnoses of SMI, SUD, SED and co-occurring disorders.

CPC is currently seeking both a Behavioral Health Navigator I and Behavioral Health Navigator II. The Behavioral Health Navigator (BHN) provides crisis intervention and de-escalation services to clients and families. The BHN will review cases with supervisor, assess appropriate treatment and case management interventions and coordinate care. The BHN will complete agency required paperwork in a timely fashion as well as maintain updated records on all clients assigned.

Driver - Full-Time, Aberdeen
Aberdeen, NJ07747
Transports clients to and from program and off site activities. Monitors vehicle condition, handles road repairs and vehicle emergencies and reports problems and repair needs to the person responsible for vehicle assignments.

High Point Elementary and Adolescent Schools are Department of Education approved private, non-profit schools serving students K-12, ages 5 through 21, who learn best outside the traditional school setting. The successful candidate for this role is a Special Education Teacher who holds a Math certification, with a passion for working with students of different ages and academic levels.

The Crisis Intervention Specialist works within a team of professionals to deliver Crisis Response services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and provides specific services and interventions for up to 72 hours. You will be required to work a combination of day and evening shift hours and in some instance's weekends. Complete an initial assessment of the client's needs based on program requirements and develop and Individual Crisis Plan to improve the overall functioning and mental health of the child and family. Complete assessments as required by the regulatory agency which governs their program. Re-evaluate the client throughout treatment to identify any new needs or problem areas. The CIS will make at least weekly calls to the client, which are documented in a timely manner.

The Behavioral Health Clinician provides individual and group treatment interventions in an interdisciplinary team model. Participates in individual recovery plan for each consumer on team. The Behavioral Health Clinician provides case management services and provides direct care for consumers and their families.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare Inc. is a nonprofit organization that has been providing mental health services to Monmouth County residents for over 60 years. The organization offers evidence-based treatment for adults and children with serious mental health diagnoses, substance abuse problems and co-occurring disorders. CPC has been at the forefront of quality care to promote wellness, recovery and productive lives since 1960, and we continue to work tirelessly to help individuals live their best lives in the community.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is currently looking for an experienced technician to join the Facilities Department. Employee will work as part of a team to perform all related buildings and grounds maintenance tasks to create a safe environment for staff, clients and the public across multiple facilities in Monmouth County.

The hours for this role are as follows: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 4PM to 9PM; Tuesday 3PM to 8PM. As a receptionist the responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, scheduling appointments and follow-up appointments, following up and confirming upcoming appointments, greeting clients, collecting co-pays, assisting with intake paperwork, scanning, inputting data to the Electronic Health Record (EHR,) answering phones, and answering general questions, and transferring calls to the proper person (e.g., clinical staff, billing staff, case managers, etc.)