EATONTOWN – CPC President and CEO John Mans recently welcomed four new members to the agency’s board of trustees.
The new members are: Laura DiTommaso, CPA, member at Smolin Lupin and resident of Ocean; Beth Drazin, resident of Fair Haven; Brian Drazin, Esq., partner at Drazin &Warshaw P.C., and resident of Fair Haven; and Tom Mikulski, president of Commercial Flooring and Interior Concepts, Inc., and resident of Little Silver.
All four newly inducted trustees are seasoned community leaders, dedicated to the agency’s mission of providing behavioral health and education services that promote wellness, recovery and productive lives for everyone – even those without the means to pay the full cost of care.
Since the agency’s founding in 1960, a strong board of trustees has demonstrated both a genuine interest in promoting better mental health for Monmouth County residents as well as reliable, passionate leadership dedicated to fostering CPC’s continued growth. Throughout its 53 years of mission-driven work, the agency has earned its reputation as a proactive, nimble organization; uncompromising in its pursuit of the very best clinical and education practice and protocols for both clients and students.
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