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  • Centerstone Comic Book Warns Teens About Online “Catfishing”

    Centerstone has released its fourth superhero-themed comic book for students. Spark: Caught in the Net addresses the dangers of “catfishing”—the act of luring someone into a relationship by means of a fictional online persona. It is available now for distribution to schools throughout 58 Tennessee counties and can also be read and reprinted at whoyouwant2be.org/comics.  This new,… Read More

  • New Issue of Reclaiming Lives Online Now

    A new issue of Centerstone Reclaiming Lives magazine is online now. Read about how Health Home client and proud papa Ruben Sanchez-Santana is on the right track! Also featured are a Physician Spotlight on Daniel S. Javier, MD, Centerstone Therapeutic Foster Care and Career Connect. Read More

  • Brad Nunn Receives Health Care Heroes Award

    Brad Nunn, Vice President of Quality Improvement for Centerstone Tennessee, was named a 2017 Health Care Heroes Award winner by Nashville Business Journal. Brad obtained a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University in 1987 and has been licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in the state of Tennessee since 1988. At Centerstone, his department plays a significant role in the ongoing… Read More

  • Centerstone Helps Celebrate 25 Years of Healthy Starts

    Behavioral health company partners with federal Healthy Start program to help families in Middle Tennessee have healthy babies   Nashville, Tenn. (December 19, 2016) — Centerstone, one of the nation's leading not-for-profit behavioral healthcare providers, congratulates the federal Healthy Start program on celebrating 25 years of impacting the health of women, infants, children and… Read More

  • Reclaiming Lives New Issue Available Now

    Reclaiming Lives - 18 features a cover story on Katie and how genetic testing helped her. There are also stories about Dr. Kiabe Supuwood-Allen, Three Steps to Fight Addiction and a look back at the Reclaiming Lives luncheon with guest speaker, Amy Grant.   Read More

  • “19 Days of Activism for the Prevention of Abuse and Violence against Children and Youth”

    Agencies serving Tennessee’s Rutherford and Cannon Counties Taking Part in International Campaign Sponsored by Women’s World Summit Foundation Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 18, 2016 — Centerstone, one of the nation's leading not-for-profit behavioral healthcare providers, is among 19 agencies in Rutherford and Cannon Counties participating in the sixth annual “19 Days of Activism for… Read More

  • License Plates Available – Proceeds Benefit Veterans and Service Members

    Centerstone Military Services (CMS), along with the support of Soldiers and Families Embraced (SAFE) and Tennessee State Senator Dr. Mark Green, has created special license plates in honor of United States veterans and current military service members. Before these license plates can go into production, the State requires at least 1,000 preorders. Payment will not be collected until at… Read More

  • Murfreesboro City Schools Selects Centerstone for School-Based Therapy

    Nashville, Tenn.— Centerstone, one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit behavioral healthcare providers, has signed an agreement with Murfreesboro City Schools to deliver School-Based Therapy services at Bradley Academy and Reeves Rogers Elementary, effective immediately. As the 2016-2017 academic year begins, students will have access to onsite master’s level therapists trained… 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’s Ella Hayes Center Outpatient Clinic Moves to Venture Circle

    Nashville, Tenn. – Centerstone, one of the nation's largest not-for-profit providers of community-based mental health and addiction services, has relocated its outpatient clinic at the Ella Hayes Center (1101 Sixth Ave. N.) in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood to nearby MetroCenter at 230 Venture Circle. Clients began receiving treatment in the fully renovated facility on April… Read More

  • Centerstone Asks, “What Makes You Happy?”

    One of the most important ways to take care of your mental health is to do what makes you happy. But “happiness” means different things to different people, and Centerstone would like to showcase the various ways people experience happiness. Tell us what makes you happy, help us spread the cheer around and in return, you could win a Centerstone messenger bag! Submissions To enter… Read More

  • Centerstone’s Crisis Care Services Expands Suicide Prevention Efforts

    Centerstone, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit providers of community-based behavioral health and addiction services, has expanded its Crisis Care Services in Tennessee with two new, statewide suicide prevention grants totaling more than $5 million. Aiming to lower suicide deaths, reduce suicide attempts and promote long-term engagement in mental health services among youth… Read More

  • Centerstone Expands Foster Care Services to North Georgia to Meet Rising Need

    The state of Georgia recently experienced a 15 percent increase in the number of children in foster care due to a rise in demand and more accurate measuring of services provided. This influx far outpaces the number of foster homes that could care for the children, resulting in thousands of youth not being placed with families and, in some cases, residing in hotels. Tennessee-based… Read More

  • Centerstone Secures $4.8 million to Launch New Integrated Care Programs

    Centerstone, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit providers of behavioral healthcare, today announced it has been awarded three grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration totaling $4.8 million to support the integration of primary and behavioral health services at locations in Illinois, Indiana and Tennessee. The grants were secured by Centerstone… 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

  • Suicide Rates Rising Among Middle-Aged Men

    by Becky Stoll Becky Stoll, LCSW, is vice president for Crisis and Disaster Management at Centerstone in Nashville, Tennessee, and a member of the National Action Alliance’s Zero Suicide in Healthcare Advisory Group. They are our fathers, husbands, sons, friends, community leaders—and they are increasingly at risk of death by suicide. Middle-aged men in the United States (defined as… Read More

  • Centerstone Creates Comic Book to Warn Students Against Sexting

    WhoYouWant2Be.org—a student-focused prevention resource of Centerstone, one of the nation's largest not-for-profit providers of community-based mental health and addiction services—has created a cautionary comic book for kids. Timed with back-to-school season, Spark and the Sext Message that Nearly Destroys Her is available now for free distribution to schools throughout Middle… Read More

  • Centerstone’s Integrated Care Program Gains CARF Accreditation

    Centerstone, one of the nation's largest not-for-profit providers of community-based mental health and addiction services, today announced that it has received accreditation as a Health Home for adults, as well as for children and adolescents from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International. Health Homes coordinate care for people with chronic… Read More

  • Centerstone Names Three Regional Vice Presidents in Tennessee

    Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization and one of the nation’s largest behavioral healthcare providers, has named Beth Hail, Matt Hardy and Ken Stewart to regional vice president positions overseeing its mental illness and addiction treatment operations across Tennessee. Centerstone has more than 50 facilities and 160 partnership locations across the state and offers psychiatric,… Read More

  • Centerstone Welcomes Unity Medical Clinic to Clarksville Facility

    Complete Physical and Mental Health Services Available to Montgomery County Residents at One Location  Clarksville, Tenn.—Centerstone and Unity Physician Partners have partnered to bring residents in and around Montgomery County behavioral and physical healthcare at one location. The companies have opened Unity Medical Clinic at Centerstone’s offices at 511 8th Street.  Unity… Read More