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Early Intervention / Zero Tolerance Programs

Early Intervention Program and  Zero Tolerance Programs are for adolescents and young adults who are experiencing problems with alcohol or drug use. Services include brief assessment, youth and parent education and support sessions, assistance in referring to other needed community resources, case management and follow-up. The Zero Tolerance Program is specifically for young people ages 16-20 who have been charged with state regulation KRS 189A.010(1)(e), with a Zero Tolerance under 21 DUI offense.


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Help Centerstone Just by Shopping with AmazonSmile!

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In early November, 13 Centerstone Research Institute staff attended the 2018 American Evaluation Association (AEA) Conference in Cleveland, OH. Over 3,000 AEA members attended the conference in person; 1,106 attended virtually from across the globe. The conference theme was based upon a very old phrase with significant relevance for today’s professional evaluator, speaking truth to power. Evaluators were encouraged to speak truth to power in the course of their daily practice. ...

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