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CPI is a private, not for profit, mental health and substance abuse facility licensed by the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, State of New Jersey (DMHAS). CPI is an approved provider of partial care, IOP and OP treatment. Service options are available for the DAS initiatives (SAI, Drug Court and DUII).
CPI has expertise in treating the co-occurring population with more than 40 years of quality care providing mental health services for individuals struggling with serious and persistent mental illnesses and chemical dependence issues. Supporting a person-centered and strengths-based approach, CPI provides quality, integrated treatment for individuals with co-occurring addiction and mental health issues. Treatment focuses on increasing independence, supporting growth and change and having a positive impact on an individual’s quality of life.
Upon inclusion in the program, individuals are part of a multidisciplinary treatment team consisting of a psychiatrist, licensed clinicians, and psychiatric nurses specializing in the treatment of mental health and addictions. Each individual receives a psychiatric assessment, comprehensive bio psychosocial evaluation and an individualized treatment and recovery plan guiding the delivery of services.
Group Counseling focused on areas such as symptom management, relapse prevention, medication education, social skill development, emotion regulation, vocational skill development, personal safety, interpersonal communication strategies, impulse control and activities of daily living.
**Group programming is highlighted by the following evidence-based practices:
Illness Management and Recovery (IMR)
Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment (IDDT)
The Matrix Model of Recovery
12-Step Group Facilitation
Wellness and Recovery Action Plan(WRAP)
Individual counseling for those in DAS Initiatives.
Other services include:
Primary Care Physician – CPI affiliates with a local physician group practice who provides on-site physical health evaluations and testing. This collaboration affords individuals the convenience of receiving preventative and diagnostic treatment concurrent with behavioral health services.
Transportation – CPI coordinates transportation in one of three ways: 1) transport through CPI van service, 2)transportation through a Medicaid contracted outside agency, 3) assists in acquiring bus passes through Medicaid.
Food Program – CPI contracts with Sedexo Marriott Food Service providing a nutritious breakfast and lunch with optional entrees.
Case Management – CPI assists with entitlements, housing, insurance, immigration and many other issues faced by individuals navigating the system of social services.
Podiatrist and Orthopedic Shoes – CPI affiliates with a local podiatrist who provides exams and treatment along with prescriptions for orthopedic shoes by prescription available at the program.
Laboratory Testing – CPI works with Ammin Labs providing on-site urine drug screening and phlebotomy.
Voucher Shop – CPI organizes donations from outside organizations and distributes hygiene, clothing, and household products which are critical for clients well-being.
Holiday Programming – CPI provides programming on most national holidays in order to offer options to individuals who may not have other ways to celebrate these days.
Workforce development – CPI’s pre-vocational training program utilizes paid, in-house placements to practice skills that assist in successful employment in the community.
Person-centered Activities – CPI strengthens unity by utilizing feedback from its population to inform its myriad of monthly activities.
Community Psychiatric Institute
Behavioral Health and
Substance Abuse Treatment