Home / Military Services / Services Services Care for You and Your Loved Ones Centerstone understands the unique experiences of those affiliated with the military. We aim to break down barriers to care and specialize in treating conditions commonly faced by service members and veterans such as PTSD and anxiety. Centerstone’s Military Services provides a network of providers, peer support services and strong partnerships with the Cohen Veterans Network and Wounded Warrior Project to support active-duty service members, Reserves, National Guard, veterans and their families nationwide. We understand the hesitation to seek out care and the stigma surrounding mental illness in the military. An individual may feel that seeking help conflicts with their self-image as a strong person or does the same to the image of their brothers and sisters in arms. Centerstone stands firm in the fact that mental health is vital to wellness and believes that there is strength in admitting when you need help. Centerstone’s Military Services are available nationally through our professional network of telehealth providers, as well as in Centerstone clinics. Our services can help with a wide-variety of mental health concerns and include: counseling therapeutic retreats couples and family counseling housing assistance employment counseling online support groups, classes and workshops Ready to get started? Call (866) 726-4560 to make an appointment. Service Members and Veterans MORE INFORMATION Services are available to services members and veterans in person or through our network of telehealth providers, and all treatment will remain confidential. Services include: Individual and group counseling for anxiety, depression, grief and loss Inpatient and outpatient treatment for substance use disorders Ready to get started? Call (866) 726-4560 to make an appointment. Family Members MORE INFORMATION Centerstone allows service members and veterans to define family members however they wish. This has the potential to include children, spouses, parents, unmarried significant others and more. Services include family, couple and individual counseling available in person or via telehealth. Ready to get started? Call (866) 726-4560 to make an appointment. Homeless Veterans MORE INFORMATION Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) provides assistance to veterans and their families who are at risk for homelessness. The program prevents homelessness by helping qualified veterans and their families access the resources they need to transition to or maintain permanent housing. Funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, SSVF is available at no cost to eligible candidates. Services available in select counties. Call (615) 460-4385 (TN) or (270) 282-0121 (KY) to learn more.