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Centerstone Recovery Center to Open in Indiana

In response to the ongoing crisis surrounding substance abuse issues, Centerstone Indiana is excited to offer a new women’s residential substance use treatment program, Centerstone Recovery Center. The facility is located on the scenic grounds of the Englishton Park campus in rural Scott County, Ind. A ribbon cutting and open house were held on August 29. The official launch date is scheduled for Sept. 5.

Centerstone Recovery Center is an 18-bed unlocked facility providing comprehensive, innovative, holistic, long-term recovery options in a beautiful country setting. Physicians, nurses, dieticians, therapists, recovery coaches and peer recovery specialists will comprise the onsite staff.

Program emphasis will be on building skills for long-term sobriety, employment readiness, improved relationships, parenting, emotion management and community integration. In addition, education about wellness, fitness and nutrition will be offered.

The residential program length of stay will be up to 30 days. Following residential treatment, Centerstone Recovery Center staff will connect clients to services in the community of their choice. Transition of care will include resource access to shelter, food, linkage to primary care physicians, transportation, individual therapy, group therapy, and recovery, employment and health coaching based on need. Additional Centerstone Recovery Center programming will implement multiple treatment approaches to increase clients’ long-term recovery skills. Centerstone is committed to clinical excellence utilizing evidence-based practices.

Centerstone Recovery Center Residential Coordinator, Alysia Elwood notes, “Centerstone Recovery Center is a labor of love for the many staff who worked to open its doors. Management from several departments have contributed to the formation of the project, and community members far and wide are rooting for our success. We had a wonderful turnout at our open house, showing a strong vote of community support. I am excited to see what collaboration between our staff and the residents of Centerstone Recovery Center can achieve.”

Centerstone Recovery Center
For further information: (800) 344-8802
Crisis services: (800) 832-5442