Cape Counseling completes $50,000 pledge for behavioral health unit

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Greg Speed, CEO of Cape Counseling, presents a check for $25,000 to Deborah Baehser, RN, MHSA vice president of patient services at Cape Regional Medical Center. From left are Cape Regional Medical Center president and CEO Joanne Carrocino, Baehser, Speed, Mary Osler, RN, Nursing Director Emergency Medicine, and Steve Marchiano, executive vice president of Cape Counseling.  Greg Speed, CEO of Cape Counseling, presents a check for $25,000 to Deborah Baehser, RN, MHSA vice president of patient services at Cape Regional Medical Center. From left are Cape Regional Medical Center president and CEO Joanne Carrocino, Baehser, Speed, Mary Osler, RN, Nursing Director Emergency Medicine, and Steve Marchiano, executive vice president of Cape Counseling.  CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cape Counseling CEO Greg Speed and executive vice president Steven Marchiano recently presented a $25,000 check to Cape Regional Medical Center, completing a $50,000 pledge in support of the behavioral health unit in the emergency department.

“The unit, which opened in the summer of 2013, serves individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse disorders in a safe environment that greatly enhances the patient’s privacy and security,” said vice president of patient services Deborah Baehser.

Speed said he is excited about how the behavioral health unit has already positively impacted the lives of patients who deal with mental health or substance abuse disorders.

Cape Counseling Services is a private, non-profit community behavioral healthcare provider serving Cape May County. Its mission is to promote and provide superior behavioral healthcare in the community.


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