Military life can be incredibly challenging. Long deployments, exposure to combat situations, frequent relocations and even temporary duty assignments that take service members away from home and their families.
These challenges impact not only service members but also their spouses and children in a variety of ways, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance use disorders and family and relationship problems. Many of these effects can last long after leaving the military.
We have long provided mental health care to military personnel, veterans and their family members. Our providers are specifically trained in military culture, so they understand their clients’ unique challenges and struggles in that respect.
Active duty military personnel, veterans, and their family members who live in Tennessee and Alabama can see one of our specialized counselors at no cost. Each person can get up to 12 visits with us completely free.
We have immediate openings for clients, but availability is limited, so contact us today!
Whether you’re a service member, a veteran or a family member of someone who has served in the military, we want to give back to those who have sacrificed so much of their lives for ours.
Our services include the following:
Funding for these services in Alabama is graciously provided by a grant from Boeing.
Centerstone is a not-for-profit health system providing mental health and substance use disorder treatments. Services are available nationally through the operation of outpatient clinics, residential programs, the use of telehealth and an inpatient hospital. Centerstone also features specialized programs for the military community, therapeutic foster care, children’s services and employee assistance programs. Centerstone’s Research Institute provides guidance through research and technology, leveraging the best practices for use in all our communities. Centerstone’s Foundation secures philanthropic resources to support the work and mission of delivering care that changes people’s lives.