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Recovery Court Services

Funded through SAMHSA, Centerstone Recovery Court Services provides treatment and recovery support for adults with behavioral health conditions within the criminal justice system in six rural Tennessee counties (Bledsoe, Franklin, Grundy, Marion, Rhea, Sequatchie). Collaborating with various courts and other providers, the program improves public health and safety by transforming local judicial and community service systems to address more effectively the broad behavioral health needs of individuals with mental health, substance use or co-occurring disorders.


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Indiana

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Centerstone is pleased to announce that the Scott County Community Foundation of Indiana has awarded our Child and Family Services Department a $3,500 grant to purchase five Mobile Play Therapy Kits for use in Scottsburg and surrounding communities. Local community partners, including schools and other not-for-profits, have voiced support for Centerstone’s work in the community and ...

Illinois

Centerstone Staffer Receives Carleen Cross Award

Kathy Raney, Recovery Services Coordinator with Centerstone’s Health Home program, was recently awarded the Carleen Cross Award at the Region Five 22nd annual Recovery Conference on August 9 at John A. Logan College in Carterville, IL. The award was created in 2012 to recognize Carleen for her commitment, compassion, and leadership in the mental health community. ...

Florida

Larkin-Skinner Named to Commission

Centerstone’s Melissa Larkin-Skinner, Regional CEO, Florida, has been appointed to serve on the newly-formed Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission. Florida’s legislative body formed the Commission to specifically analyze information from the school shooting and other mass violence incidents in the state and address recommendations and system improvements.   Marjory Stoneman Douglas High ...

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Illinois

Centerstone Staff to Present at Missouri & Illinois Behavioral Health Conference

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Centerstone offers Parent Support Group in Southern Illinois

Centerstone has created a new parent support group, called Parent Peers Empowering Parents (PPEP), throughout Southern Illinois that will meet regularly throughout the year to provide support, education and inspiration. “The aim of the group is to empower parents, allow them a place to be heard and provide parent peer support,” said Niki Grajewski, clinical ...

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Kentucky

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Addiction

Mental Health Access Improvement Act

About the Bill The Mental Health Access Improvement Act (H.R.945/S.286) would amend current Medicare law to allow for Mental Health Counselors (MHCs) and Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) to become covered Medicare providers. In doing so, approximately 200,000 mental health providers would join the Medicare network, thus significantly alleviating the access crisis felt by Medicare ...

Indiana

Columbus, Ind. Middle School Students Raise Funds for Centerstone

Central Middle School 8th grade students in Columbus, Ind., adopted Centerstone to benefit from its Carnival for a Cause. Each year the Central students vote on the non-profit organization they would like to support through their annual carnival. Lyn Morgan, Annual Fund Manager, and John Wilson, Family Support Specialist at Central were asked to share ...

Florida

Florida Department of Labor Grant for Trainings and New Hires

The opioid crisis affects millions of Americans and continues to take a huge toll. Thanks to a $500,000 grant from the Department of Labor, recovery is becoming more of an option. Centerstone will offer temp jobs and hire LPNs who’ve completed school thanks to the grant. Doing so will help others who’ve been impacted by addiction ...