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  • Access Service 800.344.8802

    The Access Service assists individuals in locating and obtaining needed behavioral health services by selecting the resources that are the most appropriate for their needs. All initial appointments for scheduled services and intake clinics are set through this service. This team also serves as a resource to the public through provision of information regarding behavioral health services. Read More

  • Adolescent Brief Intensive Group (BIG)

    BIG is a group that focuses on the impact of drugs and alcohol in the client’s life. The group utilizes substance information and drug education in addition to drug screens and other measures to provide clients with resources to evaluate their drug and alcohol use. During the 6-8 week course, clients learn about the difference between use, abuse and dependence; other topics include… Read More

  • Adolescent Drug Education Class (ADEC)

    ADEC is an 8-hour lecture class to educate participants about aspects of substance use and abuse. The class focuses on the effects that substance use has on the individual, society, family, education and employment. ADEC is for adolescents who do not show signs of abuse or dependence, but who do show signs of experimentation and are experiencing consequences. Referrals are often from… Read More

  • Adolescent Matrix Intensive Outpatient Program (Matrix IOP)

    Matrix IOP is a 16-week intensive and comprehensive evidence-based therapeutic model intended for adolescents meeting criteria for substance dependence. The adolescent Matrix Model consists of research-based techniques integrated into an approach that includes individual, family and group sessions and separate parent and adolescent substance-education groups. Referrals can be made from… Read More

  • Adolescent Recovery Intensive Outpatient Treatment

    The Adolescent Intensive Alcohol and Drug Treatment program is a 16-week intensive and comprehensive evidence-based therapeutic model, intended for adolescents meeting criteria for substance dependency. Read More

  • Adult Long-Term Group Living (less than 24-hour supervision)

    This program provides a variety of housing options for clients in Supportive Housing. Services offered vary by facility and staffing levels. Some sites offer on-site medication monitoring and life skills training. Residents in these facilities can be served on an outpatient basis by rehabilitation specialists from Supportive Housing, Community Support Services, or the Assertive Community… Read More

  • Adult Matrix Outpatient Program

    Matrix is an intensive outpatient treatment approach for stimulant abuse or dependence. This highly structured program is curriculum based and delivered over a 16-week period. It consists of relapse-prevention, education and social support components, as well as individual counseling and urine testing. Read More

  • Adult Transitional Group Homes (24-hour supervision)

    Adult Transitional Group Homes provide a high level of supervision for seriously mentally ill adults while focusing on the skills needed to transition to more independent living. On-site services include case management, life skills training, and medication monitoring among other services. Residents in these facilities are expected to engage in Partial Hospitalization/Clubhouse programs,… Read More

  • Aftercare Group

    Aftercare is an 8-week group which is intended to support, monitor and integrate the information clients have learned in IOP. Completion of IOP or its equivalent is required. Clients must be attending three 12-step meetings a week and have a sponsor. This group is not intended for clients who are chronic substance users with difficulty remaining sober despite multiple treatment episodes… Read More

  • Anger Management Group

    This open-educational group focuses on controlling angry behavior. The group objectives include identifying personal triggers, acquiring knowledge about anger, the difference between anger and aggression, the impact of alcohol or drugs on anger and behavioral skills, including timeouts, self-talk, relaxation techniques, communication skills, problem-solving skills and assertiveness. The… Read More

  • Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT)

    ACT is an integrated, self-contained, evidence-based treatment program based on an intensive, multidisciplinary, team based community treatment using home and community visits as the primary mode of intervention. ACT is designed to prevent institutionalization (jail or hospital) or homelessness. The multidisciplinary team works collaboratively with the person served and family members.… Read More

  • Batterers Treatment Program

    This group focuses on stopping domestic violence by helping men take responsibility for their actions, as well as increasing their awareness of signs, symptoms and the emotional precursors to violence. The group focuses on situations/scenarios, functional analysis, timeouts, communication skills, change/decision points and thinking errors. The group meets once a week for 26 weeks.   Read More

  • BeWell Primary Care Wrap Around

    BeWell provides patient education, primary care services, health care coordination, health coaching and peer support for individuals with both a serious mental illness and a physical health challenge. Participants focus on health goals such as smoking cessation, maintaining an active lifestyle, weight loss or reduction in cholesterol or blood pressure. Read More

  • Brief Intensive Group (BIG)

    BIG is a six-week group that focuses on the impact of drugs and alcohol in the client’s life. The group uses substance information and drug education, in addition to screens and other measures, to provide clients with resources to drink more responsibly and evaluate their use, identifying harmful or problematic use patterns. Read More

  • Centerstone Employment Services (CES)

    CES is a vocational counseling program for individuals with serious mental illness and other disabilities. This service features pre-employment coaching, job readiness groups, internships, and supported employment, which is designed to assist in the development of employment skills, resume writing, interviewing, relationship skills, as well as providing job development/placement and job coaching. Read More

  • Child of Alcoholic (COA) groups

    This support group for the children of alcoholics meets at the same time as an adult group for Parents in Recovery. Read More

  • Children First

    Children First is a two-hour educational program for divorcing parents with children designed to help them understand the potential effects of divorce upon children and how to help children cope with those effects. Read More

  • Clubhouse

    The Clubhouse program provides an environment of community, friendship, education, meaningful work and support for individuals who experience behavioral health disorders. With the belief that every member can sufficiently recover from the effects of mental illness and lead a personally satisfying life, the goal of the program is to rebuild the lives of participants. Read More

  • Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

    Co-occurring Disorders Treatment is for adults who have a mental illness and a substance use disorder. The program is evidence-based Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT IOP) and treatment addresses issues like drug interaction, relapse and overlapping symptoms. The program offers intensive outpatient therapy (Including individual and group counseling), intensive case management,… Read More

  • Community Support Services

    Community Support Services offers an array of service and treatment options that promote the effective management of these symptoms and barriers, while also maximizing an individual's capacity for recovery through care coordination and life skill training. Read More

  • Consultation and Evaluation Services

    Evaluations are provided to children, adolescents and adults to determine severity of problem and recommended treatments. They are conducted by staff with a minimum of a Masters degree. Consultation services are generally focused on future treatment recommendations and are provided upon discharge from area jails. Read More

  • Coping Skills Group

    This skills-based group provides information and strategies to clients who have a hard time problem-solving daily stresses. Clients learn how to use the tools they have learned in group and are expected to apply them in their daily activities. 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 Line (24/7/365) 800.832.5442

    Individuals experiencing a mental health crisis may call this number 24/7/365 to receive rapid assistance. Read More

  • Dino Club

    The Dino Club is an evidenced-based group treatment program for young children with behavioral health issues. Children and their families learn coping techniques, communication skills and strategies for dealing with school and home challenges. Read More

  • Dual Diagnosis Group

    This group meets daily for clients with co-occurring psychiatric and addiction disorders. Read More

  • eROSC

    The Centerstone Electronic Recovery Oriented System of Care (eROSC) is a community-based, whole-health approach to addiction treatment focused on increasing “Recovery Capital,” using the evidence-based treatment – Telephonic Monitoring and Adaptive Counseling (TMAC). Visit us online at www.v-recover.com. Read More

  • Foster Care Select

    Foster Care Select (FCS) is a therapeutic foster care program that recruits and licenses foster parents who express a desire to work with children who have special medical or behavioral needs. Read More

  • Genoa Pharmacy

    Full-service pharmacy services located within Centerstone clinics.   Read More

  • Health Navigator Programs

    Health Navigator services include care coordination and coaching around physical health issues for adults, youth and their families. The focus of the work may include preventative care, screening and management of health issues such as asthma or diabetes. Read More

  • Helping Women Recover

    Helping Women Recover is for women who have a history of substance abuse and co-occurring trauma. Read More

  • Home Based Services

    The Home Based Treatment approach seeks to enhance the clinical outcome of treatment as well as engage natural supports to assist families in meeting their goals. The program is focused on children and adolescents, and their families who experience serious emotional disturbances and whose symptoms and behaviors negatively affect age-appropriate role functioning. Read More

  • Integrated Health Services

    Centerstone of Indiana therapists are placed in regional health centers.   Read More

  • Johnson Nichols Health Clinics

    These rural health clinics provide primary care and preventative health services for adults and children. Read More

  • Living in Balance

    A manual-driven program, based on psycho-educational and experiential training (CBT); the program is delivered in an individual or group setting covering a variety of topics from drug education to sexually transmitted diseases and focusing on active participation as well as strengths and needs of each individual in cooperation with the treatment provider.   Read More

  • Living Sober (12 weeks)

    Living Sober is a 12-week group which is intended to support, monitor and integrate the information clients have learned in IOP. Clients are expected to attend three AA/NA meetings each week and have regular sponsor contact while in treatment. Clients will learn how to manage the ongoing challenges related to triggers, cravings, risky situations, sober support and life stresses.   Read More

  • Living Sober (24 weeks)

    Living Sober is a 24-week group, which is intended to support, monitor and integrate the information clients have learned in IOP. Clients are expected to attend 3 AA/NA meetings a week and have regular sponsor contact while in treatment. Clients will learn how to manage the ongoing challenges related to triggers, cravings, risky situations, sober support and life stresses. Read More

  • Long-Term Subsidized Apartments

    Long-term, stable housing is provided for residents meeting HUD income and disability criteria. A diverse array of services is provided on an outpatient basis to residents by rehabilitation specialists from Supportive Housing, Community Support Services, or the Assertive Community Treatment Team. Rent is capped at 30% of income.   Read More

  • Outpatient Counseling Services

    Professional staff provide individual, family, couples, and group counseling and therapy services including, but not limited to, depression, stress, anxiety, divorce, anger management, and grief. Out-patient services include assessment and treatment for individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse issues. Services are provided to children, adolescents, and adults, including… Read More

  • Parenting Skills Group

    This group uses parenting skills from an evidence-based parenting program. The group meets for 12 sessions and child care is provided under terms of the grant. Read More

  • PASSR Evaluations

    Centerstone performs Preadmission Screening and Resident Review (PASSAR) evaluations for nursing facilities, which is required for all residents who are receiving psychotropic medications. The purpose is to assess the need for additional services and appropriate treatment within the nursing home facility. Read More

  • Providing Opportunities for Parental Success (POPS)

    POPS is intended to help individuals with children and families sustain responsible fatherhood. The goals of the program are to improve financial stability with employment services, develop parenting skills, and improving family relationships. The POPS team has been specially trained to assist fathers in the program in the areas of Family Wellness, Employment, and building Recovery… Read More

  • Psychiatric Evaluations & Medication Management

    Centerstone provides comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and medication management to adult, adolescent and child clients with substance abuse and psychiatric diagnosis. Evaluations and ongoing medication management are done by staff psychiatrists and clinical nurse specialists. Read More

  • Recovery Coaching/Brief Strength-Based Case Management

    Time-limited, one-on-one social service intervention designed to reduce barriers and entry time to substance use disorders treatment; focus on improving overall functioning. Read More

  • Recovery Engagement Center

    Recovery Engagement Center (REC) is a low barrier community center for someone who is seeking recovery. It is intended to be a walk-in center, in the community, that is warm, welcoming and non-threatening. An individual who needs to find resources, help, or just a cup of coffee can drop in and feel welcome. The goal of a REC is to be a hub for recovery and to serve as a clearing house for… Read More

  • Relapse Prevention Group

    Relapse Prevention Group is designed for clients who have relapsed or are having trouble staying clean and sober. The group focuses heavily on 12-step program involvement as well as topics such as triggers, dysfunctional thinking and coping skills.   Read More

  • School Based Counseling

    The program provides on-site counselors to help students cope with problems. It combines individual and group counseling with parent and teacher consultations. Priority is given to students in special education classes and severe or moderate behavioral intervention classes or those at risk of entering these classes.   Read More

  • Seeking Safety Program

    This group focuses on healing from PTSD trauma and substance abuse. This treatment was developed to help provide safe and appropriate coping skills to those with a history of trauma and substance abuse. Read More

  • Stress Management Group

    This 10-week group helping clients to manage acute or long-term life stresses, which can include the stress of dealing with mental health issues. The group focuses on addressing cognitive distortions specific to anxiety disorders. Read More

  • Sub-Acute Care

    Sub-acute residential program offers psychiatric stabilization services in order to prevent hospitalization or as a transition after hospitalization. Day nursing and psychiatric care, symptom stabilization, life skills training, medication education and case management are among the services offered. Length of stay varies based on individual needs with a maximum of one year. Read More

  • Sub-Acute Care

    Sub-acute residential program offers psychiatric stabilization services in order to prevent hospitalization or as a transition after hospitalization. Day nursing and psychiatric care, symptom stabilization, life skills training, medication education and case management are among the services offered. Length of stay varies based on individual needs with a maximum of one year. Read More

  • Substance Abuse Education Group (SAEC)

    SAEC is a 4-lecture class that educates participants about aspects of substance use. The class focuses on the effects substance use has on an individual, society, families and employment. Stress management, quality of life and myths of substance use are also covered. SAEC is for individuals who do not show signs of abuse/dependence, but have been experimentally using.   Read More

  • System of Care

    A System of Care provides wraparound services through community involvement and resources with the goal of keeping children and adolescents who are not successful with standard interventions and their families in a home/community setting. The System of Care team uses a strengths-based approach and family-driven care to develop the wraparound family plans. Read More

  • Telehealth

    Tele-psychiatry capabilities are available in most locations, allowing for closer access to medical services. Regular medication clinics provided from Columbus hub to spokes in Madison, N. Vernon, Greensburg, Seymour, Winchester, Bedford and Columbus. Connections with the VA hospital are offered through Rushville, Columbus and Bedford clinics.   Read More

  • Thinking for a Change

    This highly-structured CBT group teaches clients how to solve problems through cognitive restructuring and social skills interventions. This program teaches clients to identify their emotions, thinking, beliefs, attitudes and values over the course of 22 lessons. The service is appropriate for individuals who do not make good decisions, demonstrate poor internal control, are lacking in… Read More

  • Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy

    This program provides a brief, structured and manual-driven approach to recovery from alcohol abuse, alcoholism and other drug abuse and addiction problems; the therapy is implemented with individual clients over 12 to 15 sessions and based on behavioral, spiritual and cognitive principles of 12-step fellowships such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Read More

  • Unity Medical Clinics

    These clinics, located within select Centerstone locations, offer primary care services and provide an integrated and coordinated approach to healthcare. Read More

  • Walk-In Clinics

    Centerstone Outpatient clinics provide walk-in, evaluation, and crisis services during normal business hours to assist individuals and families experiencing a mental health crisis. Read More