National and Local Impact

Community is at the heart and soul of Centerstone. Through our continuum of mental health and substance use disorder treatments, our team serves more than 126,000 people each year across the country and the globe. With residential facilities, outpatient clinics, school partnerships, an inpatient behavioral hospital and addiction center, and the use of telehealth, we strive to meet the needs of people exactly where they are.







Working with individual donors, businesses and grant-making organizations, Centerstone’s Foundation works tirelessly to ensure life-changing care is accessible to the children, adults, and families who need it most. By cultivating meaningful relationships, and through good financial stewardship, our Foundation amplifies charitable gifts made to Centerstone, making certain we have the maximum impact on those we serve.

  • In FY2021, Centerstone’s Foundation secured $3,638,189 to further our mission of delivering care that changes people’s lives, while also introducing 510 new donors to our organization’s important work.
  • Received a $500,000 gift from the Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation to support Centerstone’s psychiatric residency training program and our hospital’s patient services.
  • Virtually hosted Centerstone’s annual Bocce Tournament, raising more than $10,800 to support patient services in Illinois.
  • Received a gift of $300,547 from the Florida Blue Foundation, supporting the Children’s Community Action Treatment team.
  • Received a gift of $265,000 from The Lilly Foundation to support children and youth services in Indiana impacted by the effects of the pandemic.
  • Hosted Centerstone’s 18th Annual Life;Story 5K/10K virtually, welcoming 465 participants from 15 states, and raising $64,114 for patient services in Florida.
  • Received $90,000 in charitable funding from Boeing Global Engagement to expand military mental health services to underserved veterans in the St. Louis Metro region.
  • Established a new partnership with AllianceBernstein to help manage and grow Centerstone’s endowment, resulting in a 23% growth while also increasing social responsibility in investment decisions.
  • Held the 2021 Reclaiming Lives Luncheon in a hybrid format with a pre-recorded program and in-person delivered lunches, raising over $32,000 to support patient care in Tennessee.
  • Presented Reclaiming Lives After Dark virtually for the first time, raising $12,271, and attracting donors and friends from six countries and multiple U.S. states.


Serving thousands of people each year, Centerstone’s Military Services provides culturally-competent mental health care services to active duty service members, members of the National Guard and Reserves, veterans, and their families. We proudly offer this care to any members of the military community regardless of the era in which they served or discharge status.

  • Served 16,400 veterans, military service members and their families last year.
  • 1,200 network providers trained in military cultural competency.
  • Provided services in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Kuwait, United Kingdom, Philippines and Germany.
  • Expanded our partnership with Cohen Veterans Network to open a third Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone in Fayetteville, North Carolina, furthering our capacity to serve active duty military personnel, veterans, and military families.
  • Began a new partnership with PsychArmor to enhance military cultural competency across our network of more than 1,200 contracted providers who care for military affiliated patients.
  • In recognition of our work in advancing the mental well-being of military personnel and families, Centerstone’s Military Services received the COL Laura A. Wheeler Behavioral Health Champion Award from the National Guard Bureau.


Centerstone’s Research Institute is a dedicated team of physicians, psychologists, scientists, educators, and other industry experts who use science to advance the field of mental health and substance use treatment. By translating its research into meaningful and innovative clinical practice, Centerstone’s Research Institute works to implement research-based strategies into real-world settings, thereby reducing the research-to-practice gap.

  • Developed more than 100 clinical trainings on the use of telehealth, and delivered them to Centerstone’s entire clinical workforce. Examples of these trainings include “How to engage young children in telehealth” and “How to effectively assess suicidality in telehealth.”
  • Implemented RCA^2, a root cause analysis process, across the enterprise, furthering our ability to identify and address potential areas of improvement.
  • Conducted studies on the effectiveness of mental health services delivered via telehealth, and in conjunction with Centerstone’s national policy efforts, successfully advocated for bipartisan support to allow for the ongoing provision of telehealth, leading to significant policy changes at the national level.
  • Developed the Zero Suicide 2.0 suicide prevention pathway and obtained endorsement from the Enterprise Quality Council, advancing the standard of care for clients experiencing suicidality.
  • Through the new SIM Center, launched simulation-based trainings for interpersonal therapy and motivational interviewing, including an initial evaluation of outcomes related to learner confidence and the learner’s intention of using the evidence-based practice in real-world settings.