Edited by Scott Morgan
PerformCare (CSA for New Jersey Child Behavioral Health Services), 300 Horizon Center Boulevard, Suite 306, Robbinsville 08691; 609-689-5400. Richard Edley, president and CEO. www.cbhnp.org.
After a two-year process the state has referred to as “long and arduous,” the Department of Children and Families has changed its contract services administrator, or CSA, from ValueOptions to PerformCare.
The state awarded the contract to PerformCare, a Pennsylvania-based, full-service behavioral health managed care organization, in May, to be effective starting this month.
The contract runs for five years and replaces Value Options, which served as the department’s CSA since 2002. Representatives from ValueOptions did not explain the fate of the 60 workers it employed at its facility at 3705 Quakerbridge Road.
As the new CSA, PerformCare is charged with providing children, young adults, families, and caregivers with counseling services.
Construction Financial Management Association, 100 Village Boulevard, Princeton 08540; 609-452-8000; fax, 609-452-0474. William M. Schwab, president & CEO. www.cfma.org.
The nonprofit organization for finance professionals in the construction industry has moved from Emmons Drive after 11 years there and now operates at Village Boulevard. Established in 1981, CFMA is the only organization of its kind and represents contractors, developers, construction managers, architects, engineers, principals, and material and equipment suppliers. It also serves accounting, insurance, surety, software, legal, and banking specialists who serve the construction industry, and has more than 7,000 members in 88 chapters throughout the U.S.
Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), 1 Distribution Way, Monmouth Junction 08852; 908-507-9530. William Litchman, chair, 2009. www.score.org.
Former telecomm executive Bill Litchman will succeed Lou DeLauro as chairman and president of the Greater Princeton Area Chapter of SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives, as of Thursday, October 1.
Litchman has been a SCORE volunteer for six years and remains an active consultant in the telecommunications field, focusing on new business development, strategic planning, business plan development, and mergers and acquisitions.
Litchman was the founder and CEO of developmental Telecommunications Company and general manager for ITT Latin America Sales Organization, a $100 million telecommunications supply company. He also was technical director for US West, vice president of operations for ITT Space Communications, and vice president of sales and marketing of a provider of services to the telecommunications provider and manufacturing industries, according to SCORE.
Litchman says SCORE’s plans for the coming year include reopening a counseling office in Trenton, expanding its seminar program, building a bigger presence in Middlesex and Mercer counties, adding counselors, and broadening counselors’ diversity.
The Princeton chapter of SCORE currently has 40 volunteer counselors who counseled more than 500 small businesses and emerging entrepreneurs in Mercer and Middlesex counties, in person, and more than a thousand via E-mail or telephone.