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Helping Women Recover

Helping Women Recover is for women who have a history of substance abuse and co-occurring trauma.


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Research Institute

American Addiction Centers’ Patient Outcome Findings

Utilizing three years of tracking and research with the assistance of Centerstone Research Institute, American Addiction Centers (AAC) is breaking new ground in addiction treatment with the release of its first patient outcome studies. Some key findings from the 12-month follow up substudy include: At 12 months, 63% of patients were abstinent from all substances. Days ...

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Indiana

Centerstone Receives $175,000 Grant from Kendrick Foundation to Support School-Based Therapy in Indiana

Centerstone recently received a $175,000 philanthropic grant from The Kendrick Foundation in Morgan County, Ind., to support school-based therapy for students of Eminence Schools. The grant will also support life skills training. There were 10 grantees this year. The Foundation also awarded Centerstone funds for resource materials, staff/teacher training supplies, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) training ...

Legislative Advocacy

Centerstone Opens Office in Washington DC for Legislative Advocacy

Centerstone has opened a new office at 440 1st Street NW, Suite 430, Washington, DC 20002 for the Legislative Advocacy staff. Centerstone’s space is housed within the larger office of Horizon Government Affairs (parent company of coalition groups Health IT Now and the Opioid Safety Alliance, of which Centerstone is a part) as well as ...

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Kentucky

PeerFit Helps Clients Improve Physical Health Along With Mental Health

May is Mental Health Month! This year’s theme from Mental Health America is Fitness #4Mind4Body. Centerstone Kentucky believes that fitness is important to good health and recovery, and tries to look at each person as a whole: mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. To that end, we offer a fitness center called PeerFit that offers all ...

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Cohen Military Family Clinic

1st Annual Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone Community Art Show

The clinic was transformed into an art gallery on August 10th in honor of our one-year anniversary. Thirty Veteran and Family member artists came together to share their talents with the community. The celebration featured pieces created in numerous different mediums from a variety of artistic expressions. Medal of Honor recipient Ryan Pitts, who advocates ...

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Kentucky

Verna Barlow, Corporate Executive Business Professional

My name is Verna Barlow, and I am a Corporate Executive Business Professional at Shared Services. It is my job to provide great customer service, either in person or by telephone. I greet all of our guests, manage incoming and outgoing mail, operate the multi-line switchboard and ensure the Centerstar and birthday recognition cards are ...

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Dr. Jesus Linares named Medical Director in Florida

Centerstone has named Jesus E. Linares, MD, as its new medical director in Florida. Dr. Linares will be responsible for medical staff services and integration of psychiatric services and substance use treatment within all Florida-based programs. He has been part of the Centerstone organization since 2014, providing outpatient psychiatric services on the Bradenton and Sarasota ...

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Florida

Centerstone produces video to highlight ObservSMART patient-monitoring system

Centerstone has produced a new video all about ObservSMART, a proximity-based monitoring system that has been added to its patient care process. The technology promises reliable compliance and reduces risk, errors and costs related to sentinel and non-sentinel events. “This technology is vastly enhancing the way we observe and monitor patients in our care,” Melissa ...

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Indiana

Three Centerstone ‘Heroes’ Awarded by Mental Health America of Indiana

Mental Health America of Indiana (MHAI) is an organization dedicated to working “for the mental health of all citizens and for victory over mental illness and addictive disorders through public education, advocacy and public health reform.” As part of MHAI’s work, they annually recognize members of the community through their Heroes for Recovery Awards. Nominees include ...