This clerical position involves a variety of tasks required for the smooth operation of the agency including answering telephones, reception duties, filing, typing, and organizing charts, forms and medical records. Read More
DBT, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, has grown to be a well-regarded form of mental health treatment. Krista Zanfardino, LCSW and Associate Vice President at CoveCare Center states, “DBT offers an excellent set of tools to learn how to deal with your emotions in an effective, positive way.” Read More.
The Rehabilitation Specialist provides therapy, rehabilitation and support services and oversees and coordinates rehabilitation readiness activities and services to people with psychiatric disabilities in the PROS program.Read More
CoveCare Center invites the community, including local businesses, organizations, and residents, to its 9th Annual Spelling Bee. Read More.
It all starts with hope. Hope drives recovery, just as it drives life. Read More.
CoveCare Center is pleased to welcome Karen B. Pilner and John J. Rock to its Board of Directors. Read More.
CoveCare Center is pleased to introduce its new Advisory Council, a group of dedicated members of the community who support CoveCare Center’s mission and are committed to actively furthering the agency’s growth and ongoing success. Read More.
The Director of Development is responsible for representing CoveCare Center in the community and to potential donors through public relations and community outreach as well as media relations, communications and social media. He/she is also responsible for raising funds in support of the Agency’s mission through grant writing, fundraising special events, annual giving and other contributory campaigns.Read More
The Care Manager is responsible for coordinating services and supports for individuals with a primary diagnosis of severe mental illness and/or other qualifying disorders in order to help successful integration into and maintenance in the community. Read More
As parents and caregivers, you may feel pressure to be perfect, but parenting can be overwhelming. Read More.