Centerstone, one of the nation’s leading behavioral health providers, is offering up to 12 free counseling sessions to military personnel and their families residing in the metro St. Louis area and all around Metro East Illinois and Southern Illinois.
Available via telehealth (video or phone) by Centerstone’s Military Services division, these free counseling sessions are completely confidential and are intended to help individuals and families experiencing behavioral health challenges, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance use disorders, or family and relationship problems.
Centerstone’s Military Services are available to any active-duty service members; members of the National Guard, Reserves, or Coast Guard; veterans from any service area; or loved ones that are a part of a military family (spouses, partners, children, parents, siblings, etc.). Those living in the metro St. Louis area and all around Metro East Illinois and Southern Illinois are eligible to receive up to 12 free counseling sessions as part of a grant award from The Boeing Company. Immediate openings are available and telehealth visits are an option. Services are available regardless of discharge status.
“Centerstone has long provided care to military personnel and their family members, and our providers are specifically trained in military culture, so they understand their clients’ unique struggles in that respect,” says Jodie Robison, executive director of Centerstone’s Military Services. “In addition, our providers are trained in the evidence-based practices that are proven to be effective in the treatment of many behavioral health problems.”
For more information on Centerstone’s Military Services, including the free counseling sessions available, visit centerstonemilitaryfamilies.org or call Centerstone at (866) 425-9828.