Centerstone Promotes Becky Stoll to Direct Crucial Crisis & Referral Services

Stoll will oversee intervention for families and individuals through 24-hour crisis hotline and community crisis assessment, information and referral, respite care, hospital liaison services and workplace crisis management

Nashville, Tenn.
— Centerstone, Middle Tennessee’s leading provider of behavioral health services, has announced that Becky Stoll has been named Director of Crisis and Referral Services, giving this seasoned professional responsibility for some of the most critical services Centerstone provides to those in the throes of a psychiatric emergency.

Stoll, who has been Centerstone’s program manager for Crisis and Referral Services since 1999, will now oversee the following:

  • Mobile Crisis Services, which offers 24-hour crisis intervention services to individuals and families experiencing psychiatric crises.
  • Toll-free Information and Referral Help Line to assist individuals with obtaining needed behavioral health services and resources.
  • Respite Services – supervised short-term residential care for adults
  • Hospital Liaison services provided to those who are inpatients in psychiatric facilities in order that they will have appropriate resources as outpatients.
  • Crisis Management Strategies, a service offered to businesses that need to plan for and respond to critical workplace incidents.

“Becky is a driven and highly skilled professional who understands the complexities of behavioral healthcare crises,” said David Guth, CEO of Centerstone. “Because of her extensive field experience and familiarity with the Centerstone system, Becky is uniquely qualified to step into this integral management position.”

Stoll has more than 10 years of behavioral health experience, including both clinical and management responsibilities. Not only has she served as program manager for Centerstone’s Crisis and Referral services since 1999, she also is a licensed clinical social worker and is certified as a trauma specialist by the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists. Her clinical concentration covers such areas as assessment and diagnosis, individual and family therapy, critical incident stress debriefing and mental health disaster response. She graduated from Tennessee State University in Nashville with a B.S. in Psychology, and received her Master’s in the Science of Social Work from the University of Tennessee.