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Constructive Partnerships Unlimited Overview

New York, NY
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
United Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State, Inc. d/b/a Constructive Partnerships Unlimited (CP Unlimited) is one of New York City's largest and most wide spread Community Living Organizations with programs dedicated to enhancing the lives of people ... Read more

Mission: Constructive Partnerships Unlimited promotes opportunities for people to achieve fulfilling lives.

CP Unlimited was founded to make a positive difference in the lives of the people we serve, and since 1946, we have continually accomplished ... Read more

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  • APPOINTMENT OF NEW MEMBERS TO THE CP UNLIMITED BOARD OF DIRECTORS Constructive Partnerships Unlimited is proud to announce the affiliation of two new members to our Board of Directors. Vo Rao Nanduri, the Director of Insurance IT and Ops at KPMG, as well as John Vlachos who recently retired as Executive Director at Marvillo Abramowitz Grand mason & Anello PC. We are proud and honored to have these individuals as part of our Board of Directors.

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Constructive Partnerships Unlimited – Why Work With Us?

Creation & Early Years

In 1946, several groups of parents of disabled children from around New York State joined together to form an association, which later became known as Cerebral Palsy Associations of NYS (“CP of NYS”). In the early years, the organization’s primary goals were to increase public awareness, sponsor parent and professional training, encourage research, and to engage in legislative advocacy for the development of services needed for their children. Within a few years, the Association grew to include Cerebral Palsy Treatment centers located throughout New York State.

In the 1950’s, with the establishment of the Willowbrook State School in Staten Island and other State Schools, CP of NYS began to provide in-service training for staff of these facilities in order to ensure the quality of programs and care for person's with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.


Two decades later, with the era of “de-institutionalization” about to begin, CP of NYS developed “mini teams” to work with person's living in the developmental centers and to provide support and training to the staff. This initiative marked the transformation of CP of NYS from a State Association to a direct provider of services to person's with disabilities. During this period, CP of NYS was asked to take over the operation of seven buildings on the grounds of Willowbrook. With the opening of the Nina Eaton and Karl D. Warner Centers, CP of NYS embarked on its new path of developing community-based living opportunities for person's of Willowbrook and other State Developmental Centers, in collaboration with the newly formed New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.

State Expansion

The 1980’s brought an expansion of day treatment programs, clinics, sheltered workshops and supported employment programs in order to provide needed medical and day services for person's now living in the community. CP of NYS Affiliates throughout the State also focused on the need for pre-school and early intervention services for young children with disabilities.

By 2018, CP of NYS had evolved into a broad-based, multi-service organization serving person's with all types of intellectual and development disabilities. The Organization included Metro Services and Metro Community Health Centers located in New York City, an Affiliate Services office in Albany, New York, and twenty-four Affiliates around the State.

CP Unlimited

Today, with the creation in 2019 of Constructive Partnerships Unlimited (“CP Unlimited”), we remain closely associated with our Affiliate Services office in Albany as well as with our Affiliate co-agencies located throughout the State. But our focus will shift to advocating for and supporting people with intellectual and development disabilities in the New York Metro area. We will continue to offer a wide variety of programs and services that vary from county to county based on the unique needs of each local population, including options for community living, day programs and services, vocational and employment programs, medical and clinical services, early intervention, educational, recreational and family support services. We are also working with development partners to expand our offerings in all these essential areas. We look forward with excitement to the next chapter of our Agency’s history.

The Training Department is committed to providing all employees the educational and learning opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to be successful in their profession. All new employees participate in an orientation and training program designed to acquaint them with the agency’s purpose, mission, organizational values and practices as well as the regulatory requirements for training that govern the delivery of services and support to people with I/DD. Classroom training and online learning is offered to support each employee’s professional growth. Through its affiliations and partnerships with outside organizations, employees have the opportunity to attend trainings, conferences and courses pertinent to their discipline.


The Quality Management Department is dedicated to the development, implementation, promotion and execution of best practices throughout all services that will:

  • Enhance the quality of services provided to persons supported, families, staff and the surrounding communities
  • Strive to improve the quality of each person's life through person-centered driven supports
  • Promote a standard of excellence that exceeds regulatory compliance
  • Provide technical support and collaboration with all management personnel and staff to reinforce our commitment to comply with State and Federal regulations in conjunction with agency policy and procedures

Constructive Partnerships Unlimited Reviews

  • "Very Welcoming Place to Work"

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    Current Employee - Senior Director in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Senior Director in New York, NY
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    I have been working at Constructive Partnerships Unlimited full-time (More than 5 years)


    Very Supportive, lots of opportunity to learn and grow, very friendly work environment. Flexibility . Feel fortunate to work here.


    Volume of work is daunting.

    Advice to Management

    Appreciate their commitment to employees.

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Constructive Partnerships Unlimited photo of: Staff at CP Staten Island Residential Living at Medina Street
Constructive Partnerships Unlimited photo of: Holiday time with staff at our Residential Program on Medina Street
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Constructive Partnerships Unlimited photo of: Coming in from a cold day at our Residential Living on Medina Street
Constructive Partnerships Unlimited photo of: Using TeleMedicine in our Residential Program on Medina Street
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