Category Archives: Newsletter

CTS CEO Susan Buchwald on Comcast Newsmakers!

CTS CEO Susan Buchwald appeared on a segment of Comcast Newsmakers to talk about the CTS Rubber Band BUS and our continuing push to set a Guinness World Record by building the biggest rubber band ball! Click the link below to watch the interview. Rubber Band Bus  

CTS Rubber Band Ball Has Salem County Kickoff

Community Treatment Solutions and Mt. Zion Baptist Church hosted a successful Salem County kickoff for the Rubber Band BUS. Featuring presentations by Rev. Awood Jones, Pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church; Salem Mayor Charles Washington Jr.; Salem County Freeholder Lee Ware and CTS CEO Susan Buchwald, the kickoff was attended by members of Salem County Sheriff’s Office, town council, […]

CTS Annual Back to School Drive Underway

  The beginning of a new school year is an exciting time for children and families alike. Unfortunately, this is not always the case for the youth of CTS. Many come from homes where important achievements and milestones go unrecognized. You can help by donating a new backpack and supplies for the upcoming school year. […]

CTS Employees Recognized for Years of Service

  Five Community Treatment Solutions Employees were recognized for milestone years of service at the 2016 CTS Employee Appreciation Summer Event at Liberty Lake. Receiving awards were (pictured from left to right) Ruth Darlington (20 years), Diane Fillari (5 years), Roxanne Holland (CTS Employee of the Year) and Brittany Reynolds (5 years). Also recognized (not pictured) were […]

2016 CTS Employee of the Year!

Roxanne Holland, a case manager for Community Treatment Solutions, was named as the 2016 CTS Employee of the Year! Holland (pictured on the right with Vice President Quality Improvement and Compliance Jennifer Hess), who works with the CTS BASE (Better Access to a Safe Environment) program, which is intended to restore dignity, decrease risk and increase the wellbeing and self-worth […]

Thank you to our Volunteers!

CTS appreciates our volunteers! During June, youth from Community Treatment Solutions were introduced to Gyotaku in an hands-on activity presented by Sara and Fred Bogue of the Berkeley Fishing Club. Gyotaku, the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, dates back to the mid-1800s. After some brief hesitation and instruction, the youth were creating works of […]

CTS Graduates!

CTS is proud of the following youth from our programs who have graduated from elementary, middle school and high school in 2016! Elementary School:        Issaiah B. Middle School: Shanyah C. – Attending Holy Spirit Catholic HS, Atlantic Co. Sahdayah M. – Attending Willingboro HS Matthew G. – Hoping to attend BCIT in the fall […]

CTS Provider and Client Receive Awards at NJACYF Conference

Michael Jones, a Community Treatment Solutions (CTS) client, and therapeutic home provider Karen Pendleton were both honored at the 2016 New Jersey Alliance for Children, Youth and Families (NJACYF) Annual Conference at Rutgers University-Livingston. Jones, a client in CTS’ TRAIL (Transitional Assisted Independent Living) program, was the recipient of a Ted Hamway Scholarship, which helps […]

CTS Named One of the Best Places to Work by South Jersey Biz

After being selected one month prior as a Top Workplace by and the Philadelphia Inquirer, Community Treatment Solutions was featured as one of South Jersey’s Best Places to Work 2016 by South Jersey Biz magazine!  CTS was one of two nonprofit organizations and one of 14 overall companies to receive the honor. Read the full article […]

CTS Life Skills Coach Wins Award

Tene Irvin, a life skills coach from Community Treatment Solutions’ TRAIL (Transitional Assisted Independent Living) program, won the Mentor/Worker of the Year award, from the Office of Adolescent Services! Tene (pictured above with supervisor Alexa Morales) was presented with the award at the Adolescent Networking Conference, Voices United for Youth: Visions of a Better Tomorrow on April […]


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