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Consultation and Evaluation Services

Evaluations are provided to children, adolescents and adults to determine severity of problem and recommended treatments. They are conducted by staff with a minimum of a master’s degree. Consultation services are generally focused on future treatment recommendations and are provided upon discharge from area jails.


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Military Services

Centerstone Appoints Robison Executive Director for Military Services

With more than 18 years of behavioral health and management experience, Robison will oversee Centerstone’s military-related services, programming, operations, business development and fundraising activities. Robison previously served as the lead clinician for Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone and prior to that as director of clinical services for Centerstone’s Military Services. “Jodie is ...

Indiana

Centerstone CARES – Making A Difference For Indiana Families

During 2017 more than 220 individuals and children and their families in our Indiana communities benefitted from the Centerstone CARES Fund.  More than $60,000 was provided in assistance that was woven into the client’s care plan to ensure impact. The types of assistance provided is as unique as the clients we serve. And because we ...

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Family Matters

Centerstone’s CCC Team Attends NCCAN 2019

Recently, members of Centerstone’s Community Collaboration for Children (CCC) Team attended the National Conference for Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN). The event connects practitioners, researchers, policy makers, parents and volunteers from a wide variety of disciplines to help build better outcomes for children and families. Our CCC Team – which consisted of Corinna Pannell, Grace ...

Depression

Register Now for Life;Story Run/Walk

This event has passed. Centerstone’s 17th annual Life;Story Run/Walk will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla.   Centerstone’s Life;Story 5K/10K is an annual event to increase depression awareness while sharing the message that suicide can be prevented. “We are losing more than 40,000 people to ...

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Depression

Centerstone’s Ketamine/Esketamine Program for Treatment-Resistant Depression featured on news broadcast

Centerstone’s new therapy program for individuals seeking treatment for severe depression was featured recently on WFLA-TV. Through the program, Centerstone can offer Spravato, a nasal spray that contains the FDA-approved medication Esketamine, and ketamine infusion therapy for people who have been treated for depression with no improvement in symptoms. To learn more about this program, ...

Kentucky

Centerstone Program Given Honor by KY Dept. of Education

Centerstone’s Western Day Treatment program of Jefferson County Public Schools was named an Alternative Program of Distinction by the Kentucky Department of Education for the 4th year in a row! The recognition acknowledges the work of educators and programs that serve students with a variety of learning needs. Each program selected as an Alternative Program of Distinction receives ...

Speakers Bureau

Centerstone’s Becky Stoll Wins Dorothea Dix Community Service Award

Centerstone is pleased to announce Becky Stoll, Vice President for Crisis and Disaster Management, has won the 2018 Dorothea Dix Community Service Award presented by the Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations (TAMHO). Named for the person TAMHO describes as “the most important force ever in bringing the issue of mental health to the public ...

Addiction

MAT Facility Opening in Marion, IL

Centerstone has announced a new clinic that will bring treatment services to many whose lives have been devastated by opiate addiction. A new Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) facility will officially open in Marion. ...

Indiana

Grant to Fund Teen Suicide Prevention

We are delighted to announce a recent grant award from the Clarence E. and Inez R. Custer Foundation and the Elizabeth R. and Walter C. Nugent Foundation to fund a Suicide Awareness and Prevention program for Bartholomew County middle and high school students. ...

Family Problems

Indiana Teens Get Surprise Visit

Teens in Columbus, Ind. had a wonderful event that included special gifts thanks to the generosity of the Sunrise Rotary Club and its members. The teens are part of a weekly support group created for students aged 13-18 who have been diagnosed with depression and anxiety. Many are dealing with other issues including thoughts of ...