PBHG Receives Donation from Lakewood Neighbor GLI

March 12 – Lakewood, NJ – Preferred Behavioral Health Group (PBHG) is completing a major renovation project at their 700 Airport Road Facility, with the help of long-time neighbor Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®), who contributed $30,000 to help fund the transformation of the facility. 

“We are extremely grateful to GLI for their generous contribution towards the renovation and expansion of our facility that will augment the advancement and quality of our services,” said Mary Pat Angelini, CEO of Preferred Behavioral Health Group. “Their support enables us to continue to provide services to over 30,000 children, teens, adults, and seniors through more than 70 comprehensive programs. It’s with GLI’s generous donation that we can continue this important work.”

James R. Maida, President and CEO of GLI, voiced his support. “Giving back is built into GLI’s culture and we strive to impact and support the health, welfare and educational needs of the local communities where we live and work. We are proud to support PBHG in their mission to meet the needs of local families in Monmouth & Ocean Counties, on behalf of all of our employees.”

GLI is a world-class independent testing, certification and professional services lab to the global gaming industry. Their laboratories are found on six continents and they continue to expand their services, with more than 1200 employees around the world.

Preferred Behavioral Health Group is a non-profit organization that has served the community for over 40 years.  PBHG provides mental health and substance abuse education, prevention, support and treatment to over 30,000 children, adults, and seniors every year.  Its mission is to deliver quality and compassionate behavioral health services to individual and families all the time. 

James Maida, GLI President and CEO, presents a check to Sister Rosemary Jeffries, PBHG Board of Trustees Chair (left) and Mary Pat Angelini, PBHG Chief Executive Officer.