Richmond, Indiana—Centerstone, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit providers of community-based mental health and addiction services, today announced that Meagan Terlep has been promoted to assistant director of children and family services. In this new position, she will assist in overseeing and directing the operations, ventures and employees of child and family services programs across Indiana.
“Meagan has been an invaluable member of the Centerstone team for four years,” said Centerstone Director of Child and Family Services Darcey Meridith. “She has a passion for serving our clients and is an inspiration to her colleagues, and I’m so pleased to promote her to assistant director of children and family services. In this new role, Meagan will be integral in managing our efforts to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction and improve the quality of care available to Indiana families.”
Terlep began her career with Centerstone in 2009 as a masters level therapist, conducting individual, group, family and couples therapy. In May of 2012 she was promoted to manager of child and family services where she provided individual and group supervision to a staff of approximately 40 family support specialists and therapists, coordinated home and school-based services for Wayne County clients, monitored budgets and productivity, and collaborated with referral sources and community contacts to ensure the best possible treatment was provided to clients.
Prior to joining Centerstone, Terlep served as a clinical psychology intern with the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township. She also tutored learning disabled undergraduate students at the Baccalaureate for University of Indianapolis Learning Disables (BUILD) and was a second and third grade special education classroom assistant at Beech Grove City Schools-Central Elementary.
Terlep received a master’s degree in clinical psychology with a focus on mental health counseling from the University of Indianapolis. She also received bachelor’s degrees in psychology, sociology and Spanish from Franklin College. She is a licensed mental health counselor.
Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization, has provided a wide range of mental health, substance use disorder, and integrated health services to Indiana residents for more than 50 years. Through more than 60 facilities in 17 Indiana counties, Centerstone serves more than 24,000 children, adolescents, adults and seniors each year. It is accredited by CARF International. For more information about Centerstone, please call 800-344-8802 or visit www.centerstone.org.