Corporation for Public Management
Helping youth and adults break barriers to achievement
Started in 1980, Corporation for Public Management (CPM) operates programs that enable people to break the cycle of welfare dependency and allows those with special needs to remain in the community, supporting their capacities to lead productive lives surrounded by friends and family rather than in institutionalized settings.
Corporation for Public Management seeks innovative solutions to such social issues as teenage pregnancy, welfare dependency, joblessness and illiteracy. Each CPM program is based on the belief that self-esteem and personal dignity start with an ability to become self-sufficient.
CPM has always operated with a goal of helping the individuals served by its programs attain their fullest personal and economic potential regardless of the severity of the barriers they may face. The agency’s approach is to increase social and work competence, provide opportunities for participation in the greater community and develop those opportunities for all of its participants.
General areas of service include:
Employment & Training provides personal case management to find solutions to common barriers to work and subsidized on-the-job training through
Developmentally Disabled Services include supported employment, individually designed supported living services, 24-hour supervised residential support in a group home environment, senior programs, and experiences interacting in community.
Acquired Brain Injury program in Manchester, CT assists individuals with impairments regain independence.
At-Risk Youth provides assistance in obtaining a GED and securing employment in the Young Parents Program.
CPM Program Locations
1628-1640 Main Street, 3rd Floor
205 High Street
Developmentally Disabled Services
35 Old State Road
41 Lindberg Drive