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Social Skills Enhancement (Project BASIC)

Social Skills Enhancement (Project BASIC) serves elementary school children (grades K–3) by enhancing students’ interpersonal skills and identifying emotionally disturbed children. This free program is provided through a grant from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.


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Military

Take time to thank and honor a veteran today – and every day

Veterans Day is once again upon us. This is the one day each year dedicated to paying our respects to all those who have served in the U.S. military. Originally known as Armistice Day, Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance. Starting in 1938, November 11 became a national holiday. Unlike Memorial ...

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Indiana

Columbus Homeless Outreach Program (CHOP) Sees Continued Success

Centerstone’s Columbus Homeless Outreach Project (CHOP) is in the middle of a successful fourth year, thanks in large part to generous, multi-year support from the Columbus Regional Health Foundation, Heritage Fund and City of Columbus Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Since its inception in Fall 2014, CHOP has assisted nearly 250 individuals and families with finding ...

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Indiana

Stepping Stones Chosen As Bags For Change Recipient

Lucky’s Market Bloomington has named their “Bags for Change” recipients for this quarter and Centerstone’s Stepping Stones program is one of the three organizations chosen. Now through November 4, 2017, shoppers can support one of these incredible organizations by patronizing Lucky’s Market! Be sure to bring a reusable bag to be given a wooden dime ...

Centerstone Presents “Suicide: The Ripple Effect”

Centerstone, one of the nation’s leading providers of mental health and addictions care, partnered with Kevin Hines to produce Suicide: The Ripple Effect. Suicide: The Ripple Effect shares the story of Kevin Hines, who at age 19, attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Hines is one of only 36 ...

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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. ...

Illinois

Centerstone Gets Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation Grant

Centerstone has received a 13-month, $200,000 planning grant from the Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation (ILCHF) to develop a plan, in collaboration with regional partners, to improve the mental health of children and communities throughout Southern Illinois. As part of the funding, Centerstone will collaborate with nine community partner groups, including Southern Illinois University School of ...

Depression

Centerstone Spotlight Series in Alton, IL

Centerstone will hold the first Centerstone Spotlight Series event of 2019 on Jan. 29 at its second floor Great Room at 2615 Edwards St., Alton, from 5-7:00 p.m. The topic of the event will be “Working Through Your Grief.” ...

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Indiana

Centerstone’s POPS Program Coaches Fathers

The Providing Opportunities for Parental Success (POPS) program is a five year federally funded grant project housed at Centerstone Indiana. POPS focuses on developing and sustaining responsible fatherhood. Eligible fathers (including biological, step, adoptive and expectant fathers) can receive services in Bartholomew, Brown, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen counties. The project hopes to specifically reach ...

Indiana

Indiana Child and Family Service Team Launched Gift Drive

When Child and Family Service team members in North Vernon realized a number of children in their care would be facing a somewhat bleak Christmas they decided they would lift spirits by providing Christmas gifts of toys and clothes for parents to give their children. Parents were informed to about various Holiday Assistance Programs in ...

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 ...