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Centerstone Crisis Center

The Centerstone Children’s Crisis Center provides intensive treatment for children and adolescents who have emotional disorders. Schooling and recreation are part of our care.

The Centerstone Crisis Center is a temporary and safe place that provides crisis stabilization services for adults and their families. Centerstone physicians examine and determine appropriate treatments for each patient. Group therapy, individual and family therapy, as well as medication management, help facilitate the individual’s return home.


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