ABOUT CPES NOVELLES
CPES is a community human services and healthcare organization. We provide person centered supports by recognizing the value and contribution of every person. We are committed to promoting independence, growth, community connections, and financial sustainability through inspiration, education, and innovation.
AT CPES NOVELLES, IT IS OUR VISION TO ASPIRE TO EXCELLENCE IN SERVICES THAT EMPOWER EVERY PERSON TO ACHIEVE THEIR HIGHEST QUALITY OF LIFE
For nearly 40 years CPES has responded to the needs of individuals and families, regardless of age or the severity of challenges. Our broad range of professional services are designed to ensure that comprehensive, personalized, culturally competent, and trauma informed care are available to those seeking help and supports.
CPES Novelles is the nation’s largest mental health employee owned company (ESOP), offering a full range of community-based behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment, foster care, and intellectual and developmental disability supports with locations throughout Arizona and California.
OUR STRENGTH IS IN OUR PEOPLE.
CPES Novelles has a combined workforce of approximately 1500 employees whose dedicated efforts are the foundation of our success.
A commitment to becoming a learning organization has led to the development of a leadership academy “Right Track” and an evidenced-based supervisory workshop in partnership with Skill Path.
SETTING THE STANDARD IN EXCELLENCE
We are taking steps to ensure that the efficacy of our services is maintained and enhanced under systems of coordinated and integrated care.
GOLD AWARD FOR HEALTH LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE
As evidence of our substantial commitment to the health of people supported, CPES Novelles has been awarded the Gold Award for Health Leadership Excellence by Mainstay/My25. Mainstay and its choice-based My25 programs are the primary accelerator within the human services industry regarding health outcomes improvement related to overweight/underweight status, diabetes, hypertension, and associated chronic conditions.
TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE LEARNING COMMUNITY
As a leader in community behavioral health CPES/Novelles was selected to participate in the Trauma-Informed Learning Community provided by the National Council for Behavioral Health.
CPES Novelles are currently engaged with Michael Smull and the Learning Community of Person Centered Practices in a transformational journey that envisions a time where all people have positive control over the lives they have chosen for themselves.