Nashville, Tenn.—Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization providing a wide range of mental health and addiction services, today announced Mayor Howard Bradley of Robertson County has been elected as the new chair of the organization’s Advisory Board of Trustees.
Comprised of county mayors throughout Tennessee, the Advisory Board of Trustees advises Centerstone on local issues and concerns, offers recommendations and assists in solutions. Members collaborate on identifying new programs and initiatives relevant to their counties and work to enhance community support for behavioral health issues.
“Our Advisory Board of Trustees is critical in maintaining open and productive two-way communication between Centerstone and the communities we serve,” said Bob Vero, Ed.D., CEO of Centerstone of Tennessee. “We are confident that Mayor Bradley, who has been one of our strongest advocates, will provide the insight and guidance necessary for us to better fulfill our mission and help Tennesseans with mental health and addiction disorders lead healthy, full and productive lives.”
Mayor Bradley, an Advisory Board of Trustees member since 2002, will replace Mayor Bill Orange of Cheatham County, who has served as chair since 2006.
For more information about Centerstone, or to set up an appointment, please call Initial Appointments at 1-888-291-4357 (HELP).
Photo Caption (from L to R): John Page, Centerstone’s Chief Operating Officer for Specialty Services; Bill Orange, former Cheatham County Mayor and Human Resources Director for the Greater Nashville Regional Council; Ben Middleton, Centerstone’s Chief Operating Officer for Clinic Services; Howard Bradley, Robertson County Mayor and Chair of Centerstone’s Advisory Board of Trustees; and Mackenzie Carter, Centerstone’s Government Relations Manager.
Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization, has provided a wide range of mental health and addiction services to people of all ages for more than 50 years. Through more than 60 facilities and 170 partnership locations across Middle Tennessee, Centerstone serves more than 50,000 children, adolescents, adults and seniors each year. Centerstone is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). For more information about Centerstone, please call 888-291-4357 or explore our website: www.centerstone.org.