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Francis Bitterly Joins New Hope IBHC Board

Marlboro, New Jersey, (June7, 2019) – New Hope Integrated Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce the appointment of Francis (Fran) Bitterly, CFP to the New Hope Board of Trustees.

Francis BitterlyFran received his Bachelors Degree in Business Management at Rutgers University and is the Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Management Director for Morgan Stanley (The Bitterly Group) in Red Bank New Jersey. He is NMLS Licensed, a Certified Financial Planner and the author of The Yoga of True Wealth: Wisdom from a Heart on Wall Street (Koehler Books). Fran’s volunteer activity and philanthropy includes service with the Red Bank Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry; and, the Red Bank Middle School – Job Shadow, Leadership Skills, and peer Mentoring Programs.

“We are grateful for Fran’s willingness to serve and welcome him to New Hope’s Board,” said Andrew Trocchia, Chair of the Board of Trustees. “We are confident that his dedication and expertise will further our mission to serve those most in need of treatment for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders.

New Hope Integrated Behavioral Health Care (New Hope IBHC, formerly New Hope Foundation), a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization provides withdrawal management, short term intensive and outpatient treatment services for both adults and adolescents, and halfway house services for adult men and women with substance use and co-occurring physical and mental health disorders in facilities located in the Monmouth County towns of Marlboro, Freehold, Long Branch and Asbury Park, and New Brunswick in Middlesex County New Jersey. We are the most publicly funded organization of our kind in the state to include being the primary provider of inpatient and residential services for Monmouth County indigent residents in need. We appreciate the confidence also placed in us by an additional 16 of New Jersey’s 21 counties that contract with us directly as well as to Federal Probation, and the New Jersey Department of Human Services and Department of Children and Families that both license and contract with us for services. New Hope also benefits from the ongoing and full accreditation by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and in 2018 was able to help nearly 5,000 in need begin their journey in recovery.

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