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  • Centerstone Program Given Honor by KY Dept. of Education

    Centerstone's Western Day Treatment program of Jefferson County Public Schools was named an Alternative Program of Distinction by the Kentucky Department of Education for the 4th year in a row! The recognition acknowledges the work of educators and programs that serve students with a variety of learning needs. Each program selected as an Alternative Program of Distinction receives $2,000… Read More

  • Scott Hesseltine Recognized by Louisville Business First

    Centerstone Kentucky's Vice President of Addiction Services, Scott Hesseltine, was named one of 20 People to Know in Health Care by Louisville Business First. Business First's key role is to serve as a connector for the Louisville business community by introducing their readers to people who are achievers within their organizations and they determined that Scott is worth knowing. We… Read More

  • Centerstone Media Statement: Senate Hearing on 21st Century Cures & Mental Health Needs

    From David Guth, CEO of Centerstone: “Today, lawmakers are gathering to discuss the implementation of the 21st Century Cures Act. This law, which accelerates the discovery, development, and delivery of new treatments and cures, has great potential to help us better respond to our nation’s mental health needs, including the growing opioid epidemic. Unfortunately, serious barriers to… Read More

  • President Trump Declares The Opioid Crisis A Public Health Emergency

    Centerstone applauds the President’s declaration. Today, opioid addiction claims more young adult lives than any other chronic disease, and we see the heartbreaking damage wreaked by it in our clinics each day. The additional resources this declaration provides will move our nation’s healthcare delivery system a step closer to addressing this epidemic. Recovery from substance abuse,… Read More

  • Centerstone Advocates for Behavioral Health in Washington, D.C.

    Earlier this week, Centerstone representatives from Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois descended upon Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., as part of the National Council for Behavioral Health’s annual Hill Day. The tenor of this year’s event focused both on the progress our industry has made over the past few decades as well as a strong acknowledgement that stigma and… Read More

  • Centerstone’s Amanda Bourland To Receive Bell Award

    WLKY Bell Awards, the annual celebration of Louisville-area residents who donate their time and talents to enhance our community, has announced its 2017 award recipients. Centerstone Kentucky's Amanda Bourland is among them! Amanda works with people in active addiction and those who are fighting to stay clean and sober. She connects them with resources for housing, treatment, jobs,… Read More

  • New Women’s Residential Facility Opens in KY

    Centerstone Kentucky recently opened a new women's residential addiction recovery center in Jeffersontown. The program uses an evidence-based 12-steps with medication-assisted treatment and trauma-informed treatment specifically for women. This 30-45 day residential program reduces outside distractions and offers a safe, structured environment that provides a solid foundation for… Read More

  • Centerstone Kentucky’s CEO Tony Zipple To Receive Pyramid Award

    We are so proud to announce that Centerstone Kentucky's President and CEO Tony Zipple has been announced as winner the Art of Leadership award from the Center for Nonprofit Excellence: Louisville 2017 Pyramid Awards.  The Pyramid Awards are designed to recognize the contributions made by nonprofit organizations in six areas: Collaboration, Governance, Inclusion, Leadership, Social… Read More

  • Centerstone Receives $6 Million Grant to Sustain Veteran Services

    Nashville, Tenn. — Centerstone, one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit behavioral healthcare providers, received its sixth renewal grant, totaling $6,060,000 over the next three years, from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The grant will fund the fifth through seventh years of the not-for-profit’s successful Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), which aids… Read More

  • Centerstone Receives $2M Grant,  Continues Successful Homeless Veteran Services

    Centerstone, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit behavioral health care providers, received a renewal of a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The grant will fund the fourth year of the not-for-profit’s successful Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), which aids very low-income veterans and their families in transitioning to permanent… Read More