Vera Sansone

CPC Behavioral Healthcare Names Vera Sansone as President & CEO

The board of trustees for CPC Behavioral Healthcare in Eatontown, one of the largest providers of mental healthcare and special education services in Monmouth County, appointed Vera Sansone, LCSW, as the new president and CEO during their September meeting. Sansone, previously CPC’s Chief Operating Office and Senior Vice President for Clinical Services, brings to her new position an extremely strong record of clinical success, team-building and strategic planning in community-based, behavioral healthcare organizations.  Sansone’s professional accomplishments also include a history of developing strong partner relationships with other community stakeholders at the local, state and national levels.

Don Glaser, Chair of the Agency Board, comments, “Vera Sansone has been an integral part of CPC’s success for over 20 years. The Board and I are proud to now have Vera as our President and CEO and have every confidence that she will be able to build on CPC’s reputation for clinically-sound leadership and delivering exceptionally well integrated community-based mental healthcare, substance abuse treatment and special education.  CPC is committed to maintaining our standing as a trusted partner in whole-person healthcare solutions, and to welcoming every client with respect and an expectation for good outcomes.”

CPC Behavioral Healthcare was founded in 1960 as the Children’s Psychiatric Center, the first mental health facility to offer outpatient services for children with emotional problems in Monmouth County, New Jersey.  Since 1960, CPC has expanded to serve adults as well as children, and provides mental health and addiction recovery services, employee assistance programs, special education and co-occurring disorder treatment from one integrated source.  The focus of CPC’s behavioral health care programs is on wellness and recovery—on helping those with emotional disorders or disabilities live productive lives in the community.

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