Services for Clients
CPI’s adult partial care program offers a comprehensive and structured environment that addresses the needs of clients with mental illness. Clients participate in specialized groups focused on their individual needs. At CPI, we help clients strive towards attainable goals and community reintegration.
Activities of Daily Living (ADL): Personal hygiene and community reintegration skills.
Social Skills Training: Personal communication, socialization and relationship skills.
Pre-Vocational Training: Skills training includes in-house client workforce and pre-vocational groups. CPI works with Prospect Supportive Employment and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation who teaches job skills and coordinates work referrals.
Art Instruction: Arts & Crafts Program where individuals are encouraged to discover their artistic abilities.
MICA: 12-Step based recovery and relapse prevention program for clients with substance abuse issues.
Community Reintegration: Structured activities within the community, including shopping and housing assistance.
Medication Administration: Psychiatric evaluation and medication management & education.
Illness Management and Recovery: Activities designed to assist clients in learning about mental illness, decreasing symptoms, reducing relapse and hospitalization, and making progress toward recovery.
Medical Treatment: CPI will assist clients with referrals for medical, dental and eyeglass appointments.
Complimentary round trip transportation is provided to and from CPI daily.
CPI provides free daily nutritious, delicious and well-balanced breakfast and hot lunch to all clients.
Monday - Saturday, 9:10 AM to 3:20 PM
Benefits Eligibility & Medicaid Entitlement Assistance Provided
CONTACT CPI FOR FURTHER INFORMATION (973) 673-3342