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Cohen Clinic at Centerstone Staff Receive Recognition at Annual Meeting

Each year the Cohen Veteran Network (CVN) hosts an annual meeting for all clinics within the network- across the United States- which includes an awards ceremony to recognize outstanding work within the organization. This year the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinics at Centerstone had three team members receive awards and recognition for outstanding performance.

Aaron Goletz, Data Director for the three Cohen Clinics at Centerstone received the CVN Founders Award. This award goes to one team member across the network or clinics who most faithfully demonstrates integrity, community, and excellence as exemplified by the founder, Steven A. Cohen. Aaron received this award based on his commitment, dedication, and tireless efforts to support the team at the Cohen Clinics. Aaron exemplified what this award stands for when he continued to fulfill his role as data director even while deployed this past year. It is honor to have Aaron as part of the Cohen Clinics at Centerstone team and his hard work and efforts demonstrate so clearly why he was chosen to receive this honor.

In addition, two other team members at the Cohen Clinics at Centerstone were recognized this year. Meghan Williams, Outreach Director was recognized for outstanding efforts in continuing to support the Cohen Clinic at Centerstone- Clarksville, TN clinic in referrals and community support during this pandemic year. Centerstone continued to see steady volume in referrals through these unprecedented times thanks to the tireless efforts of Meghan.

Lastly, Jennifer Smith, Clinic Director of the Cohen Clinic at Centerstone- Clarksville, TN also received recognition for her efforts in assisting with the development of the Suicide Prevention curriculum for the Cohen Veterans Network. Jennifer not only assisted in the development of the program trains clinicians across the United States on cutting edge suicide prevention efforts.

“I believe these honors perfectly depict our team as a whole,” Lisa Eggebeen, Regional Director of the Cohen Clinics at Centerstone said. “Each and every member is dedicated to supporting our military families no matter what role they play within the clinic. Being recognized in this way is not only an honor, but a testament to our commitment to this most deserving population.”


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