Centerstone offers advice, educational material and links to health-related topics, what to expect from your visit to Centerstone and screening tools. If you have any questions about any of the resources, feel free to contact us.
Health & Wellness - Centerstone offers advice and education on a variety of current health-related topics and trends. We have compiled articles, most written by our experts in their fields, to help our readers stay informed on new and on-going behavioral health issues.
Symptoms - In this section, you'll find information about common symptoms of mental health disorders. Use this information as a guide to determine if reaching out to Centerstone for help is the right decision for you or your loved one.
Getting Started - When feelings of sadness or hopelessness become the norm, it may be time to seek help from a professional.
- What You Should Know - About five percent of Americans live with a severe and persistent mental illness. In the United States, the most serious and disabling conditions affect five to ten million adults and three to five million children ages five to seventeen years old. We can help.
- Common Misconceptions - Because you may not know someone who has received mental health or substance abuse treatment, you may have some questions about what it is like. You may also have heard some things that just aren’t true. Let us help clarify some common myths and misconceptions.
- Your First Visit - In many ways, your first visit to a Centerstone office will be like any other doctor’s appointment and will probably take about 90 minutes. We ask that you arrive a few minutes early so that you can begin filling out some paperwork that will help us with your treatment. There are a few items and pieces of information you should bring with you to help with the paperwork.
- Paying For Services - We accept most major insurance providers, including Medicare and Medicaid. If you are interested in seeing a specific doctor, but they are not available on your network, please contact us. We may be able to make arrangements with your insurance provider for your treatment.
Screening - Our mental health screening, while not a diagnostic tool, is a good gauge for when you might want to seek treatment. It's free and confidential.
Videos - For access to all of our videos, including client success stories and staff testimonials, please visit our YouTube channel.
Links & Support - Many resources are available to those experiencing behavioral health issues or looking to help those who are.