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  • ACT

    This program is an intensive integrated crisis, treatment and rehabilitative support service for adults.  It is provided by an interdisciplinary team.  The service is intended to promote symptoms stability and appropriate use of psychotropic medications, as well as restore personal care, community living and social skills. Read More

  • Adult Substance Abuse–Early Intervention

    This program is designed to help those individuals who are at risk of developing life-impairing problems related to substance use due to behaviors in which they are engaging or because of environmental influences.  Services are designed to assist these individuals in recognizing personal risk factors and to develop strategies and skills to manage the risks. Read More

  • Adult Substance Abuse–Outpatient

    This program is designed for individuals who are having problems because of their own or someone else’s alcohol or other drug use.  Individual, family and group therapy services are provided and are based upon assessment of each individuals needs. Read More

  • Assessment Services

    This program provides initial comprehensive assessments to individuals seeking services to address mental health or substance use concerns. Open Access Assessment services are available for individuals with Medicaid. Individuals with private health insurance, Medicare or children aged 4 and under must be scheduled to ensure the appropriate assessment tool and clinician is available. Read More

  • Career Connect

    Career Connect is a set of free evidence-based, employment-focused services and wraparound supports designed specifically for young adults, ages 18 to 24, who have had any form of involvement with the criminal justice system. Utilizing a Career Pathways approach, participants will learn new work skills, obtain certifications or degrees and develop opportunities for lifelong… Read More

  • Caregivers Connections

    This program provides early childhood mental health consultation services to childcare centers/homes/providers in a 15-county region of southern Illinois. Read More

  • Case Management

    This program promotes service recipients’ access to every service program that is appropriate to their needs.  It focuses on working with individuals in a natural setting to teach them skills so that they may be successful and continue to live independently. Read More

  • Courage Beyond

    Courage Beyond, a program of Centerstone Military Services, provides free confidential programs and services to service members, veterans, and their loved ones facing post-traumatic stress disorder and other invisible wounds of military service. We empower service members and their loved ones through a supportive online community, therapeutic retreats, eGroups and a 24-hour crisis line.… Read More

  • Crisis Stabilization Unit

    This 8-bed facility provides a short-term stay (up to 5 days) for individuals needing additional stabilization services following a behavioral health crisis.  Guests must consent to receive services, i.e., the CSU is a voluntary facility.  The CSU provides step-down services for individuals discharging from psychiatric facilities who need additional support prior to returning home.  While… Read More

  • Developmental Training

    The Developmental Training Program (DT) provides ongoing opportunities for the person receiving services to train in community settings.  Service recipients in the DT program are the most severely disabled individuals. Individuals in the DT program participate in training programs designed to address individual deficit areas to improve their ability to function as independently as possible. Read More

  • Early Head Start

    This federally funded program provides comprehensive services to low-income pregnant women and children 0-3. Weekly home visits include parent and child activities along with education on prenatal and child development, health, nutrition, dental, mental health and safety.  Other services include group socializations, parent workshops, cooking and prenatal classes, fatherhood activities,… Read More

  • Early Intervention

    This program provides a range of therapy services to children who are identified as having a developmental delay.   Family support is offered to participants in the program as well as family counseling, physical therapy, occupational therapy, developmental therapy, speech therapy and nutrition services. Read More

  • Halfway House– Non-Federal

    The Halfway House is available for referrals from the Illinois Department of Corrections, Veteran’s Administration, United State’s Probation Pre-Trial and residential substance use treatment facilities to provide a supported living environment to those who need structure while reintegrating into society. Read More

  • Halfway House–Federal

    The Halfway House is available for referrals from United State’s Federal Bureau of Prisons and United State’s Probation Offices to provide a supported living environment to those who need structure while reintegrating into society. Read More

  • Intensive Placement Stabilization

    This program offers in-home counseling, placement stabilization and wraparound services to foster families and children.  Funded by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. Read More

  • Mental Health – Adult Outpatient

    This program provides individual, family and group therapy to persons aged 18 and over who are experiencing a mental health issue. Read More

  • Mental Health – SASS (Screening Assessment and Support Services)

    An intense 90-day program for any youth who is at imminent risk of psychiatric hospitalization, who is returning from a residential treatment facility, or who has been deflected from inpatient treatment and has public funding. Entry into the SASS program must begin with a referral from the CARES line, or if declined by CARES, then through the Centerstone Crisis Center. Read More

  • Mental Health–Youth Outpatient

    This program provides individual, family and group therapy to youth who are experiencing a mental health issue.  This program will also work with parents. Services can be office-based, at home or in the schools. Read More

  • PSR (Psycho-Social Rehabilitation)

    This program provides a formally organized goal-oriented curriculum-based program of daily activities directed toward assisting consumers with a serious mental illness or emotional disturbance to function at their highest level of independence in the community.  It incorporates peer socialization, vocational supports and community education and awareness, as well as engagement services… Read More

  • Psychiatric Services

    Psychiatric services are provided to patients starting with preschool children and extending to adults in the geriatric age group. A psychiatric evaluation clarifies psychiatric diagnoses for the patient and also identifies relevant medical and psychosocial issues, which need to be considered in treatment. Psychotropic medications may be prescribed to treat depression, anxiety,… Read More

  • Re-entry Services

    In Illinois, Centerstone offers re-entry services to help people transition from the corrections system to the community.  We supply a variety of services in safe, supportive environments, including behavioral health and employment services.   To ensure the safety of our clients we adhere to the PREA Community Confinement Standards in all of our re-entry services and programs.  Our goal… Read More

  • Substance Abuse Prevention

    This program works with designated schools, coalitions and other community partners to implement programs to reduce youth substance abuse.  This includes life skills curricula, parenting workshops, community coalition building and media awareness campaigns. Read More

  • Substance Abuse – Adolescent Services

    This program is designed for adolescents who are having problems because of his/her own alcohol or other drug use.  The services are provided through a combination of office-based and outreach programming for early intervention and outpatient treatment.   Read More

  • Substance Abuse–DUI Services

    This program provides evaluation and risk education services for individuals who are court-ordered or are seeking driver’s license reinstatement. Read More

  • Substance Abuse–Intensive Outpatient

    This program is designed for individuals who are having problems because of his/her own alcohol or other drug use and who are unable to make behavioral changes without clinically directed and repeated structured motivational interventions.   Read More

  • Teen Pregnancy Prevention

    This program offers services to designated area schools designed to build reduce teen pregnancy. Read More

  • Transitional Living Program (TLP)

    These services are casework and other supportive services that assist eligible youth to complete their secondary education (high school graduation or GED), develop basic self-sufficiency skills, establish or re-establish legal relationships and or permanent connections with committed adults and prepare the youth for emancipation or for an Independent Living Program.  TLP services include… Read More

  • Vocational Development

    This program is for individuals 18 years of age or older with an intellectual or developmental disability who are in need of evaluation and employment services. Vocational Development provides an individualized and systematic process in which a person learns to identify viable vocational options and develop employment goals and objectives. This process incorporates background information… Read More

  • Work Services

    The Work Services Program employs an Operation Manager who is responsible for procuring in-house contract work from small to large industries located throughout the immediate area. A Work Services Coordinator oversees the actual on-site production activities and is responsible for the quality of the work being done as well as various other duties relating to customer satisfaction. The… Read More