Health Care Heroes Award (Dr. Brad Nunn) – Nashville Business Journal
Women to Watch Award (Mandi Ryan) – Nashville Medical News
Excellence Award for Outstanding Service and Support to the Community – (Catherine Fearn) Austin Peay State University
Distinguished Service Award (Dr. Brad Nunn) – Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations (TAMHO)
Program of Excellence Award (Early Childhood Services) – TAMHO
Media Award – Best Newsletter – TAMHO
Service Award (Dr. Bob Vero) – TAMHO
Volunteer Leadership Award (Dr. Bob Vero) – TAMHO
Gold Worksite Wellness Award – Worksite Wellness Council of Louisville
Alternative Program of Distinction – Western Day Treatment, Kentucky
Twenty People to Know Award (Scott Hesseltine) – Louisville Business First
Regional Leadership Award (Dr. Amy Shah) – Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce
Autism Friendly Business Award (Louisville) – Families for Effective Autism Treatment of Louisville
Advocate of the Year – Manatee County, FL
Health Care Champion (Melissa Larkin-Skinner) – Manatee Chamber of Commerce
Carleen Cross Award (Kathy Raney) – Annual DMH Region 5 Recovery Conference (Illinois)
First Year Intern of the Year (Alexandria Frey) – Aurora University School of Social Work
Drug Free Manatee, Champion of Prevention – Health Care Professional – Melissa Larkin-Skinner, MA, MBA, LMHC
Anne Tyree, VP of Marketing & New Business Development, was elected as President of CBHA
Jean Alstat, Clinical Director, was elected to Secretary of ICOY
Jennifer Craig, COO, chosen to serve on Advisory Council of 1115 Waiver for State of Illinois
Jennifer Craig, COO, elected to IABH Board of Directors
Matthew Clay: Awarded Bloomington’s 10 Under 40 Award
Matthew Clay (CCPE) and Kim Decker, Derrick Garletts (IU School of Nursing): Awarded the 2017 Dean’s Faculty Award for Partnerships
Kentucky State audit of SCL Waiver had zero citations this year, a significant improvement over last year’s 27 citations
FEAT Autism Friendly Business Initiative Recipient
Louisville Worksite Wellness Award, Gold, for providing exceptional wellness opportunities for our employees.
Western Day Treatment was recognized by the Kentucky Department of Education as an Alternative Program of Distinction for alternative education programs in Kentucky. No other KY program has received that award 3 years in a row.
The 2017 KY Stars – awarded to Jeffrey Sturgeon, A Peer Support Specialist from ARC.
Philip Ardery Award, Mental Health America, KY Chapter, recognized the CKY ACT services.
Nashville Business Journal Health Care Hero- Quality Category – Brad Nunn, Ph.D.
Andy Lawrence, Director of Suicide Prevention, has become certified in QPR instruction as well as both Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aid Instructor.
“Zero Suicide Pioneer Award” presented to Centerstone by Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
“Patriotic Employer Award” presented to Centerstone by Office of the Secretary of Defense
NAMI Davidson County Well Within “Personal Courage Award” presented to Centerstone Peer Wellness Coach Donald Williams
CNM Salute to Excellence “Catalyst for Change” Award Nomination for Centerstone’s work in suicide prevention
Nashville Business Journal: Health Care Heroes – Jennifer Armstrong
Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle: Favorite Mental Health Provider (Reader’s Choice, Runner Up)
Howard T. McClung Award – Kathryn Mathes, PhD, Centerstone Research Institute
Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee: Outstanding Mental Health Professional Award – Dr. Karen Rhea
Nashville Business Journal: Health Care Heroes – Dr. Robert Begtrup
Nashville Medical News: InCharge Healthcare – Robert Vero
Nashville Medical News: InCharge Healthcare – Debbie Cagle
NAMI Tennessee: Professional Award – Robert Vero
American Association for the Treatment of Opiod Dependence: Physician of the Year – Dr. Donna Boone
Communities In Schools of Clark Co. Indiana: Champions for Children Award – Clark County School-Based Team
Indiana Council of Mental Health Centers – Linda Grove-Paul
Subscribe to Health + Wellness You, our monthly newsletter
Careers at Centerstone
We’re here because we believe in our communities. We want the best for our families, friends and neighbors. If you’re up to the challenge of making our communities the best they can be, we’d love to talk to you.