Home / News & Events / indiana / Centerstone Receives More Than $220,000 to Support Programs in IndianaCenterstone Receives More Than $220,000 to Support Programs in IndianaClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Centerstone received over $220,000 in grants and donations supporting special programming across Indiana from July to September 2019.The Community Foundation of Louisville funded materials for Centerstone’s family support specialist at Slate Run Elementary School in Floyd County. Materials included art supplies and small toys to help children who have experienced trauma with a way to manage tension and anxiety, and practice life skills.The Brown County Drug Free Coalition awarded a grant to Centerstone to print and distribute free substance use treatment guides around the county. The guides will provide information on inpatient and outpatient addiction-treatment facilities, detox facilities, support groups and social service agencies. It also lists online resources and health care information.Jackson County Bank helped fund Centerstone’s children’s summer program in Seymour, Ind., which provided activities for children when school was out of session. Staff could also purchase materials to make summer offerings therapeutic and fun. Funding helped support activities like creating Little Free Libraries, making stress balls and painting positivity rocks, which participants then hid throughout the community.The City of Bloomington CDBG presented Centerstone with a $45,000 grant to repair crumbling concrete steps and ramps at Hoosier House, one of our supported group living homes in Bloomington, Ind., improving the safety of handicap-accessible entrances to at the facility.The Kendrick Foundation announced a grant to support school-based services in Morgan County.Centerstone is proud to work with our generous donors to deliver care that changes people’s lives.