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Incredible Years

Incredible Years is a program designed for ages 4 – 8 that helps families and children overcome challenging behaviors (including conduct problems and ADHD) in the home and school.


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Indiana

Generous Grant Expands Play Therapy to Fayette County, Indiana

Thanks to a generous gift from the Fayette County Foundation staff in Connersville, Ind. have received access to three new Mobile Play Therapy Kits and a Therapeutic Resource Library. The Fayette County Foundation awarded $4,600 to Centerstone’s Child & Family Services Department to purchase three Mobile Play Therapy Kits and a Therapeutic Resource Library. This ...

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Tennessee

Tim Sewell Retires After 26 Years With Centerstone

After 26 years with Centerstone and filling a number of varied positions in his professional mental and behavioral health career, Tim Sewell, Clinical Services Manager in Child, Youth and Family Services, has retired. His last day was Friday, Dec. 31. Gino DeSalvatore says, “Tim has been a valuable asset to world of therapeutic foster care and kids ...

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Illinois

Centerstone Staff to Present at Missouri & Illinois Behavioral Health Conference

Centerstone will have two staff present on Medication Assisted Treatment at the Missouri & Illinois Behavioral Health Conference Oct. 23-25 in St. Louis. Presenting on “MAT: Treatment Requires More Than Medication” on Oct. 24 during the conference will be Centerstone’s Medical Services Director Angela Manns, RN, BSN, QMHP, and MAT Grant Coordinator Mona Miller, LCSW. ...

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Kentucky

Addressing the Opioid Crisis

Opioid overdose continues to be a major public health problem in the United States. Community members can make a major contribution toward reducing the toll of opioid analgesics – heroin and pain pills. To find out how, join Centerstone Kentucky and one (or all) of the four events they will be offering throughout the region. ...

Tennessee

Mandi Ryan Named in 2018 Nashville Medical News Women to Watch

Mandi Ryan, director of Healthcare Innovation, has been named among the 2018 Nashville Medical News Women to Watch. As administrative leader at Centerstone for Health Link – a state program to coordinate services for TennCare members with the highest behavioral health needs – Ryan has helped establish a health home for thousands of patients in Centerstone’s 21 ...

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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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Kentucky

Metro Council Increases Living Room Funding for 2018-19 Budget Year

Louisville, Kentucky—Metro Council approved an increase in funding for Centerstone Kentucky’s Living Room program at its recent Budget Committee hearing. The Living Room will receive $1,000,000, which is a $350,000 increase in the proposed budget. The additional funding will help Centerstone Kentucky expand its program, which aims to divert those with substance use or mental ...

Indiana

Reid Health Awards Grant for Problem-Solving Therapy Program

A grant award from Reid Health’s Mental Health and Substance Abuse Fund will benefit Centerstone clients in Richmond and Wayne County who have been diagnosed with depression. The pilot program targets Medicare clients and provides treatment utilizing Problem Solving Therapy and life skills training. Reid Health has recognized mental health as a high priority in ...

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Addiction

New Transitional Housing Initiative Launched

Over one year ago, in response to the opioid crisis, Centerstone opened its first Centerstone Recovery Center (CRC) in Lexington, Scott County, Indiana. The Scott County CRC is a 30-day inpatient addiction treatment program for women seeking recovery. Through this program, we’ve had the privilege of joining with over 300 women to change the course ...