Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services Inc

aka CASES   |   Brooklyn, NY   |  www.cases.org

Mission

The mission of CASES is to increase public safety through innovative services that reduce crime and incarceration, improve behavioral health, promote recovery and rehabilitation, and create opportunities for success in the community. A leading nonprofit provider of alternative-to-incarceration programs in New York City, CASES helps youth and adults who have become involved in the criminal justice system to address their support and treatment needs while remaining in the community and engaging in opportunities to improve their lives. CASES programs include case management, education, employment, housing, mental health, substance abuse, and youth development services, and serve some of the most at-risk members of society: youth disconnected from school and work, homeless adults with serious mental illness, and women with significant experiences of trauma. Alongside our alternative-to-incarceration programs, CASES operates three State-licensed mental health treatment programs, including the Nathaniel Clinic, an innovative outpatient treatment model that integrates mental health treatment with evidence-informed, justice-competent support services designed to help youth and adults address risk factors that can contribute to recidivism.

Ruling year info

1972

Principal Officer

Mr. Joel Copperman

Main address

151 Lawrence Street 3rd Floor

Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA

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EIN

13-2668080

NTEE code info

Prison Alternatives (I44)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

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Court Employment Project

The Court Employment Project (CEP) provides a six-month alternative to incarceration (ATI) for young people age 16-19 in New York City who would otherwise face incarceration as the result of felony charges. The program includes case management, education, employment, mental health, substance abuse, recreation, and legal services with the goal of helping court-involved youth to address challenges, pursue opportunities for success in the community, and avoid recidivism.

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State-licensed alternative-to-incarceration program including comprehensive treatment and support for adults with serious mental illness

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Awards

Promising and Effective Practices Network Award 2003

National Youth Employment Coalition

American Probation and Parole Association's President's Award 2002

American Probation and Parole Association

New American Community Award 2000

National Council on Crime and Delinquency

American Psychiatric Association's Significant Achievement Award 2002

American Psychiatric Association

National Juvenile Justice Award 2000

Juvenile Court Centennial Initiative (a project of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention)

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Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services Inc

Board of directors
as of 6/5/2016
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Board chair

Ms. Lee Wood

The Prudential Insurance Company

Term: Dec 2013 -

Leslie Gimbel Executive Director

The Bernard F. and Alva B. Gimbel Foundation

Richard Aborn Managing Director

Constantine & Aborn Advisory Services, LLC

Thomas Cahalan Consultant

No Affiliation

Kendall Christiansen Director

Gaia Strategies

Todd Clear Dean, School of Criminal Justice

Rutgers University

Robert Keating Vice President, Strategic Initiatives

Pace University

Andrea Principe Senior Vice President, Business Banking Regional Manager

JP Morgan Chase Bank

William Breitbart Interim Chairman, Professor and Chief of Psychiatry Service

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Matthew Cantwell Senior Director, International Strategy & Operations

McGraw Hill Education