Craig Provorny

Craig Provorny is Chairperson of the Board of Directors for SERV Centers of New Jersey, Inc. Mr. Provorny is the co-Managing Director of Herold Law. His practice focuses on counseling clients in employment related matters, the representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in trust and estate litigation, environmental cost recovery actions, plaintiff insurance recovery, counseling clients in employment related matters, and general commercial litigation. Craig has appeared in both state and federal courts, including the trial, appellate, and New Jersey Supreme Court.

Representative cases for Mr. Provorny include:

  • Trial counsel for purchaser of property defrauded by the seller in obtaining environmental approvals from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Trial counsel for gasoline station landlord whose property was contaminated with gasoline discharged by the station operator.
  • Trial counsel for family who were partners in a business and whose assets were transferred to two other businesses without their knowledge.
  • Trial counsel for individuals whose ERISA pension benefits were wrongfully withheld.
  • Trial counsel for corporations seeking to obtain insurance coverage for remediation of contaminated property.
  • Trial counsel for individual denied disability insurance.
  • Trial counsel for bankrupt corporation suing prior officers and directors for breach of fiduciary duty.
  • Trial counsel for individuals suffering personal injury from mold exposure.

Prior to joining Herold Law, P.A. in 1992, Mr. Provorny served in the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety as an Assistant Environmental Prosecutor in the Office of the Environmental Prosecutor, as well as a Deputy Attorney General representing the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

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SERV Behavioral Health Systems, Inc.
SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. Overview

SBHS Corporate Office-600SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc's Corporate Office in Ewing, NJ

With the strengthening of each individual comes the strengthening of our community as a whole

SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. is a private statewide, not-for-profit behavioral healthcare organization serving adults and children working to recover from a serious mental illness or cope with a developmental disability.

Remaining focused on personal dignity and quality of care, we utilize a continuum of services that are tailored to meet individual needs. It is our goal to assist our consumers to live and work successfully in their communities.

Housing and supportive services are integrated into a broad-based approach that addresses the most basic needs of each individual (food, shelter, clothing) while allowing them to safely adjust to living in the community and gradually build a more independent life.

The people we assist on a daily basis are your family, your friends, your neighbors, and your children. They are the people in your community. Each day we work to strengthen these individuals in an effort to help them to live successfully in the community, maintain regular work, or further their education while they struggle to cope with a serious disability. We do this because we know that with the strengthening of each individual comes the strengthening of our community as a whole.

SERV Family of Companies at a glance

SERV Foundation

Our Mission

The SERV Foundation raises funds to provide innovative programs for individuals in the SERV Behavioral Health System's Family of Companies who struggle with debilitating mental illnesses or developmental disabilities. By creating partnerships with individuals and organizations, The Foundation develops awareness in the community and provides financial support for exceptional programs benefiting our consumers, their families and the community at large.

Our Location:

20 Scotch Road, 3rd Floor, Ewing, NJ 08628

Phone: (609) 406-0100    Fax: (609) 771-9728


The SERV Foundation has three major commitments:


SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. has been recognized for its leading role in mental health treatment:

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