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Mental Health Liaisons

Centerstone Mental Health Liaisons provide individual and group counseling services to high school students attending select schools in Humphreys County: McEwen High, McEwen Jr. High, Waverly Central High and Waverly Jr. High. Training for school personnel is also available.

These free services are provided through funding from the Tennessee Department of Education and the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

KidCentral TN is an educational resource for families, from the State of Tennessee.


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

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