Since being established in 2012, our mission at the Center for Clinical Excellence (CCE) is to support our Noble Purpose: delivering care that changes people’s lives. Often, this means working on projects that support our colleagues who provide direct care. What is the Center for Clinical Excellence (CCE)? Along with Research & Evaluation and Informatics,
June 14 marks the 242nd birthday of the US Army — initially established in 1775 as the Continental Army. The new force was made up of 22,000 militiamen already gathered outside of Boston plus 5,000 more in New York. On June 15, 1775, Congress named Virginian George Washington as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army.
Post-traumatic stress has become a familiar term. It’s still difficult for family and friends at home to understand what happens to a person because of combat. Often, spouses and other family members simply do not have a context for what happens to a combat survivor.
Since 2002, over 100,000 military service members have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Writing Down The Bones is the title of a book that I came across as I was struggling through the resolution of my experience from Vietnam. The book is written by a lady named Natalie Goldberg. What I found so valuable about Natalie’s approach to writing was the authenticity of her writing about anything.
“It’s just a coincidence.”
It was a phrase Suzi Landolphi, expert equine therapist and newest addition to the Boulder Crest Retreat staff, repeated constantly throughout our Saturday morning with her, a tongue-in-cheek way of stating what every woman there felt: that the horses’ movement around us was no accident.
This is how we integrate care to empower clients with high needs Developed by Centerstone’s Center for Clinical Excellence in collaboration with Centerstone leaders and experts, the Centerstone Health Home model is designed to serve those with co-occurring mental and physical health needs across the Centerstone enterprise footprint and beyond. Centerstone’s Health Home works with
Centerstone’s Integrated Addictions Care seeks to equip people who have complex healthcare needs. Though various collaborations, clients are connected with tools, skills, and community connections they need to take action to engage in recovery activities, improve their physical health, improve their mental health, and enjoy life. Developed by Centerstone’s Center for Clinical Excellence in collaboration