CHARLES GOLDSTEIN, L.C.S.W.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Resourceful executive with extensive experience providing leadership and strategic vision ensuring productive, responsive, and mission-driven community behavioral health programs. Adept at maintaining open and clear communication with staff, to utilize their talents and ideas in decision-making and creating a positive culture with high quality care. Exceptional ability to identify, evaluate and pursue opportunities to diversity and expand resources for the benefit of the organization, individuals and families served, and the community at large.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Project Management · Strategic Planning · Budgeting · Financial Analysis · Reporting · Leadership
Change Management · Team Leadership / Motivation · Policy Development · Process Improvement
Training and Development · Employee Engagement · Problem Solving · Communication · Social Work
RUTGERS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK · New Jersey · 2012-Present
Lecturer: Taught various graduate courses including Group Therapy, Social Work Practice 1 and 2, Program Management and Strategic Planning, Supervision and HR Management, Financial Management and Clinical 1 in accordance with university policies and procedures while achieving student educational outcomes.
CGS FAMILY PARTNERSHIP · Sewell, NJ · 6/2005-Present
A community-based non-profit social service agency that provides care, moderate level case management and services to children, youth and families.
Chief Executive Officer
Directed and managed development, implementation, and success of CGS Family Partnership providing services for youth with behavioral health needs, substance abuse needs, and developmental needs. Managed operations including business administration, care management, community resource development, and quality management. Advanced mission, philosophy and values of CGS Family Partnership on behalf of children, families and staff.
Created and maintained partnerships throughout the Tri-County community including key local stakeholders, Department of Children and Families and related authorities.
Ensured compliance with funding source regulations and Agency policies and procedures.
THE CHILDREN’S HOME · Mt. Holly, NJ · 5/2004-4-2005
A therapeutic community that works with emotionally troubled boys ages 10 to 17 who need out-of-home placement.
Chief Program Officer: Led and coached staff of 100+ across seven departments while reviewing credentials with the Office of Licensing. Provided leadership and oversight of daily operations. Developed new programming for youth including one for sexually abusive youth.
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THE FAMILY CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND EDUCATION · Taunton, MA · 3/2001-4/2004
An outpatient community clinic offering services for mental health and substance use disorders.
Director of Outpatient and Elder Services: Managed all administrative functions including budgeting, program development, QA, UR, contracting with third party payors, marketing, and clinical supervision. Provided behavioral health care for assisted living residents, rest homes, and nursing homes. Ensured compliance with all state and federal regulations.
Career Note: Additional employment includes Director of Social Work with Charles River Hospital, Director of Clinical Operations with The InnerCare Group, Chief Operating Officer with Nova Psychiatric Services P.C., and Director of Social Work and Program Director with Brookside Hospital. Details available upon request.
Master of Science in Social Work · University of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Arts · Beloit College
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
State of New Jersey
Diplomate in Clinical Social Work
Co-Chair · Cumberland Committee to Help Reduce Inequality and Violence Everywhere
Chair · Gloucester County Children’s Inter Agency Coordinating Council (CIACC)
Co-Chair · Gloucester County Youth Service Advisory Council (YSAC)
David A. Brent, M.D.; Mary Margaret Kerr, Ed.D.; Charles Goldstein, A.C.S.W.; James Bozigar, A.C.S.W.; Mary Wartella, M.S.W.; and Majorie Allan, B.S.: “An Outbreak of Suicide and Suicidal Behavior in a High School”, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1989, 28, 6:918-924.
David A. Brent, M.D.; Joshua A. Perper, M.D., L.L.B. M.Sc.; Charles Goldstein, A.C.S.W.; David J. Kolko, Ph.D.; Majorie J. Allen; Christopher J. Allman; Janice P. Zelenak, Ph.D.; “Risk Factors for Adolescent Suicide, A Comparison of Adolescent Suicide Victims With Suicidal Inpatients”, Archives of General Psychiatry, Vol. 45, 581-588: June 1988.