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Answers to Common Questions About Care During the COVID-19 Crisis

Centerstone Never Quits, a message from David Guth during the COVID19 pandemic

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“Your dedication and sacrifices are appreciated. Thank you #CStoneHeroes!”

Lisa Ciraolo in Florida

We appreciate all of our #CStoneHeroes who are working to make a difference during this challenging time: Many are still in our offices and working to ensure we are meeting our clients in their time of need. You can share your appreciation on our #CStoneHeroes page for where all our staff and community friends can see. We may even share your note on social media!

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Centerstone Honors National BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

July is National BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month! At Centerstone, we recognize National BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Mental Health Awareness Month as an important opportunity to acknowledge the mental health needs of traditionally underserved and underrepresented populations, to discuss the significant impact of racial trauma, and to dispel some of the myths ...

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Support for Bereaved Parents, Families, and Friends

July is National Bereaved Parents Awareness Month, a month dedicated to a parent’s journey through bereavement after the loss of a child. Below we’ve compiled some effective ways to provide support and information on how to know when to reach out and seek help. How to address and behave appropriately  Only parents who have lost ...

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Fostering Teenagers: The Urgent Need

Children of all ages in foster care typically come from a background of trauma, abuse, or neglect, but the need for foster families willing and able to care for teenagers is profound. According to HSS, (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services), teenagers, between 13 to 19, make up 43% of the caseload and child ...

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