Centerstone won three honors at the Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations (TAMHO), held in Nashville on December 12.
Congrats to Dr. Brad Nunn for his Distinguished Service Award (accepted in his absence by Kathy Rogers), Early Childhood Services for the Program of Excellence Award (accepted by EAnn Ingram) and Reclaiming Lives magazine for the Media Award (accepted by Elliot Pinsly).
TAMHO is a statewide trade association representing Community Mental Health Centers and other non-profit corporations that provide behavioral health services. These organizations have historically met the needs of mentally ill and chemically dependent citizens of Tennessee from all age groups and socioeconomic levels. The TAMHO member organizations have been the virtual cornerstone of the community-based behavioral health system throughout the state since the 1950s and today serve as the primary provider network for the TennCare Program, Tennessee’s Medicaid waiver program.