COVID-19: Centerstone continues to serve clients
At Centerstone, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re taking additional precautions to ensure the safety of you, your loved ones, and our employees.
We are proud to offer many of our services through telehealth, so that you can feel safe and still get the care you need. Our outpatient clinics, residential treatment centers, and hospital are open to serve you. We have extensive safety measures set in place to ensure you stay healthy.
Here’s what you can expect when you visit us for in-person care:
- Clients and staff must wear a face covering if the county is categorized as “high risk” by CDC, and face coverings are strongly encouraged in counties categorized as “medium risk” by CDC.
- Staff, clients, and visitors should screen themselves for COVID-19 symptoms, including fever, prior to entering the building.
- Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should notify their provider and either reschedule the appointment or ask to transition to a virtual care session, where available.
- Centerstone will minimize the number of people in common spaces at any given time, such as waiting rooms, group therapy rooms, break rooms, etc. when the risk of exposure to COVID-19 is deemed “high risk” by CDC.
Thank you for trusting Centerstone with your care during these uncertain times. To learn more, call us at 1-877-HOPE123 (877-467-3123
If you are in crisis, or at risk of hurting yourself or someone else, call one of our crisis lines now.
Florida Crisis: (941) 782-4617
Illinois Crisis: (855) 608-3560
Indiana Crisis: (800) 832-5442
Tennessee Crisis: (800) 681-7444
Military Crisis: (866) 781-8010
- For a listing of online, virtual Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings, click here.
- For a listing of online, virtual Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings, click here or here.
Please contact us if you have further questions.