Spencer Savings Bank Donates $7,500 To CBHCare In Support Of Mental HealthApril 18, 2019

CBH Care

Spencer Savings Bank recently made a $7,500 donation to CBHCare, in support of mental health services in its community. The nonprofit organization, celebrating its 50th Anniversary, is the leader in behavioral health care services for New Jersey and Bergen County, offering compassionate and mental health services to thousands in Northern New Jersey.

“There continues to be a need for increased mental health awareness, advocacy and treatment in this nation and in our local communities,” said Jose B. Guerrero, Spencer’s Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are proud to continue to support CBHCare and its goal of providing quality behavioral healthcare services for members of our community. They have a great team there and are committed to improving people’s lives. Congratulations on 50 years of wonderful service to the community.”

Susan Devlin, CBHCare’s Executive Director, noted “CBHCare is grateful to have Spencer Savings Bank as a community partner, supporting our mission to provide quality behavioral healthcare. We applaud not only their financial support but the active participation of their staff at our organizations events and activities.”

CBHCare is Northern New Jersey’s leading community mental health center. The nonprofit was founded in 1969, by a small group of women in the Junior Women’s Club of Lyndhurst, in response to the critical need for counseling services in the community. CBHCare is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality behavioral healthcare services to the people of New Jersey. The organization offers quality mental health services, individual and family counseling, day treatment programs for adults, after-school programs for adolescents, alcohol and substance abuse treatment, senior treatment for emotional needs and aging challenges, outreach to homeless individuals with mental illness. Since its inception, no one has ever been denied CBHCare services because they could not afford them. For more information, please visit http://www.cbhcare.com

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