Vinita Watts, MD – Medical Director

Dr. Vinita Watts has served as Medical Director in Indiana for more than 3 years but has been at Centerstone since 1990. While she was in private practice she provided services for the clinic. Watts earned her MD at University of Kentucky with her adult residency and child/adolescent fellowship there as well. She is board

Meagan Terlep, LMHC – Director of Child & Family Services

Meagan Terlep is the Director of Child and Family Services. Terlep has been with the organization since 2009. She is responsible for supervising the financial and clinical programming of our Child and Family Services teams across 10 counties in Indiana. She is a graduate of the University of Indianapolis in Indianapolis, Indiana with an MA

Scott Lewellen – Director of Marketing & Public Relations

Scott Lewellen, Director of Marketing and Public Relations in Indiana, is responsible for setting strategic marketing, public relations and referral marketing goals. Lewellen has over 25 years of behavioral health experience in referral marketing, business development and program supervision. Lewellen has worked in the for-profit, non-profit, inpatient and outpatient sectors. Under his leadership, the Centerstone

Kathy Christoff, LCSW – Director of Adult & Family Services

Kathleen (Kathy) O’Brian Christoff is the Director of Adult & Family Services. She began her career with Centerstone (then Dunn MHC) in 1986. She is responsible for the Adult services in 8 counties in the central and eastern area of Indiana, working with adults and their families with a higher need for services. Christoff holds

Thelma Chandler – Director of Indiana Military Services

Thelma Chandler is the Director of Indiana Military Services. She began working at Dunn Mental Health Center in 2002. As the Director of Indiana Military Services, Chandler provides Regional Crisis Access and behavioral health Services for veterans and their families. Chandler received her MSW from University of Cincinnati. She is a licensed Clinical Social Worker

Darcey Meridith, MSW, LCSW – Vice President of Child Services

Darcey Knote Meridith started at Dunn Center in 1996 and is currently Vice President of Child and Family Services in Indiana. She oversees all aspects of Child and Family Services, including direct supervision of Directors. Programs include Home-based services, School-based services, Systems of Care, Foster Care Select. She is responsible for clinical and administrative oversight

Rona Krueger, MSW – Vice President for Quality Improvement

Rona Krueger is the Vice President of Quality Improvement in Indiana. Krueger’s career has spanned the behavioral health continuum, including work in case management programs for children and adolescents, as well as for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Her clinical roles included providing therapy to children and families, as well as serving as

Jenny Harrison, LCSW – Vice President of Access & Crisis Services

Jenny Harrison is Vice President of Access & Crisis Services in Indiana. She became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker after completing an MSW at Indiana University. She has more than 25 years of experience in behavioral health, serving in a broad range of roles in service delivery both prior to and during her tenure in

Linda Grove-Paul – Vice President of Adult Services

Linda Grove-Paul, as Vice-President, Adult and Family Services, is responsible for all programming related to adults including addiction, forensic, supportive housing and several state and federal grants. She attended Indiana University where she earned an MA in Public Administration, Finance and Indiana University for her MSW. She is a member of NASW and the American

Bob Siegmann – Senior Vice President of Integration Collaboration

Bob Siegmann is Senior Vice President for Healthcare Integration and Collaboration in Indiana. In that role, he manages psychiatric and nursing staff, a variety of integrated health services and Red Oak Industries. At different points in his career, Seigman has managed most all community mental health center services. He directed the Solutions Training Institute for