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For nearly 60 years, our facilities have provided professional behavioral health services and advanced programs to people who suffer with mental illness and addiction. Centerstone consists of more than 50 facilities throughout Middle Tennessee. We offer a full-range of mental health services, substance abuse treatment and educational services in Tennessee.

  • Serving 50,000 children adolescents, adults, seniors and their families annually
  • Over 50 facilities and 160 schools and community partnership locations
  • Accredited by CARF International
  • On the forefront in clinical research and health information technology

History

In 1997, Centerstone was formed with the affiliation of Pinnacle Health (Columbia Area Mental Health Center, Harriett Cohn Center and Highland Rim Mental Health Center) and Dede Wallace Center. Luton Mental Health Services joined the Centerstone affiliation in 1998, and the Elam Mental Health Clinic opened in January 2000. Once the merger was complete in July 2000, we began a transition period to allow our clients, employees and communities to adapt to our new, unified operation and identity. During this period, individual centers operated jointly but under their own names as affiliates of Centerstone.

In 2002, all of our facilities officially adopted the name Centerstone. However, some of our locations will retain a reference to their original names at their site, in honor of the individuals after whom they were named. These facilities include the Dede Wallace Campus, Ella Hayes Center, Frank Luton Center and Harriett Cohn Center. In 2008, we completed the first interstate merger of a mental health organization to join with Quinco Behavioral Health (Columbus, IN) and the Center for Behavioral Heatlh (Bloomington, IN). To learn more about our history as an organization, please visit our History page.