In addition to more traditional behavioral health services, Centerstone offers a variety of services that support behavioral health in our communities. These services are tied to mental healthcare but have a slightly different focus than many of our other programs. These services are listed below.
Employment Services | Court Services | Immigrant and Refugee Services
Helping You Find and Keep a Job
What is Centerstone Employment Services?
Centerstone Employment Services is an individualized approach to overcoming employment barriers. We help all kinds of people find and keep all kinds of jobs. We know work is the key to a better quality of life.
We help you determine your strengths and weaknesses and we work to address your special needs and situation. Centerstone Employment Services is an Employment Network provider with the Ticket to Work program for Social Security beneficiaries.
Centerstone Employment Services has helped clients achieve on-the-job success in a variety of vocations. We have found work for people with a variety of interests, skills and abilities. We’ve helped many people like you, and we will help you land a job in areas such as:
- Adjunct college faculty member
- Animal care provider
- Cashier and counter attendant
- Conservation worker
- Daycare attendant
- Drafting clerk
- Electronics repairman
- Factory production worker
- Food service and prep worker
- Industrial maintenance worker
- Home health companion
- Hotel and housekeeping services
- Office support
- Plant care and greenhouse worker
- Retail salesperson
- Security guard
- Shipping and receiving clerk
- Social services care provider
- Stocking and inventory clerk
While helping someone before they are incarcerated is always our goal, Centerstone can also help individuals who have been incarcerated or are at risk of incarceration. We offer a variety of services:
Criminal Justice Liaisons provide a continuity of care for individuals who have been incarcerated or are at risk of incarceration in designated counties. Goals include providing early identification of individuals with mental illness within the county jails; diversionary options and/or resources; consultation with law enforcement, county personnel and court officials; training and education; and discharge planning. This free service is provided through a grant from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Through Forensic Evaluation services, Centerstone performs competency and mental condition evaluations at the request of courts.
Team Recovery (Treatment Empowerment And Meaningful Recovery) provides treatment for adults with mental illness and addiction who are involved in the criminal court system. The program coordinates collaborations with the 12th Judicial District Circuit and Drug Courts and community providers to provide treatment for mental illness, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. This free program is provided through a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and Mental Health Services (CMHS).
Centerstone also conducts sex offender specific assessments for adults who committed sexual offenses against children. Services are provided to individuals referred through the criminal justice system.
Immigrant and Refugee Services
This program provides culturally appropriate mental health outreach, education and treatment benefiting culturally diverse individuals throughout Davidson County. These individuals hail from a variety of homelands and suffer post traumatic stress disorder, major depression and other illnesses common among persons surviving trauma. Immigrant and Refugee Services are available in Davidson County, Tennessee