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Postgraduate Center for Mental Health (Chief Operating Officer)

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The Postgraduate Center for Mental Health (PCMH) is dedicated to serving the housing and mental health needs of individuals and families in the most innovative, effective and efficient way possible. Founded in 1945 by Dr. Lewis R. Wolberg, the organization began as a small clinic in a townhouse on the Upper East Side, treating veterans returning from World War II. In the 1960’s, as the USA began to focus on initaitives that integrated mentally ill patients into the community, PCMH ventured into community treatment for people with chronic mental illness, and by the mid 80s they had opened their first residential program.

In 1999 PCMH determined that the two areas of growth moving forward would be housing and case management. Hence, PCMH embarked on an aggressive real estate and housing development strategy. There are now 1,300 operational housing units under PCMH’s umbrella, along with over 300 additional apartments in various stages of design, development, and construction. Besides its numerous buildings in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Brooklyn, PCMH has a vibrant outpatient clinical services program (including a children’s clinic) and it has become one of the largest care management/health home providers in the New York City area.
PCMH has a full time staff of over 500 and an operating budget of $43M.

For more information, please visit https://www.pgcmh.org.