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CSX Steps Up Again

CSX’s commitment to supporting our nation’s heroes continues in a big way.

The national transportation supply company headquartered in Northeast Florida is again stepping up to help military families in need and the mission of the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinics at Centerstone. The rail and intermodal business, known for its support of veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders, awarded the clinics a gracious Pride and Service grant last year, this year, CSX is giving back, even more, to ensure the clinics can continue to provide military families with accessible and compassionate mental health care and more.

Located in Jacksonville, FL, Fayetteville, NC, and Clarksville, TN, the non-profit Cohen Clinics at Centerstone provide proven mental health care treatment to active-duty service members, veterans, National Guardsmen, and Reservists and all military families. They also strive to support this most deserving population beyond traditional therapy by hosting free enrichment activities that encourage connectivity and promote healing.

Historically, CSX has given the Cohen Clinic at Centerstone $10,000 and $25,000 gifts. This year, the company’s generosity has doubled. $50,000 will be shared by the three locations allowing the staff members to provide care that changes peoples’ lives in states across the southeast.

“CSX has become a wonderful supporter of our mission to ensure our military families have access to the care they have rightly earned,” Lisa Eggebeen, Regional Director of the Cohen Clinics at Centerstone said. “We couldn’t be more grateful for their support.”

The clinics will put this funding to good by continuing to offer high-quality mental health services along with parenting and couples workshops and much more.

“These workshops and classes have received tremendous feedback,” Eggebeen said. “We are thrilled that CSX’s gift will help us offer these opportunities to even more military families. We truly believe this population should never feel alone and this gift will help us ensure they don’t.”

For more information on the Cohen Clinics at Centerstone and the services they provide visit their website at centerstone.org/cohen-military-family-clinic/.

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