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Residential Services

Centerstone’s Residential Services in Illinois support individuals working toward a long term goal of community independence. Residents include individuals with behavioral health needs and individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. While living at the group homes, residents participate in counseling and life skills training to prepare them for living successful, independent lives.


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Depression

Depression Comic Teaches Teens About Suicide Prevention

Centerstone has just released its fifth superhero-themed comic book for teens. Spark: Rising from the Ashes addresses the crucial topics of depression and suicide prevention among today’s youth. It is available now for distribution through Centerstone prevention specialists serving schools and community centers throughout 58 Tennessee counties. The free comic book can also be read online and reprinted. ...

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Kentucky

“A Healthy Journey for Two” Class Schedule

“A Healthy Journey for Two” is a FREE two-hour class for women of all ages that covers how tobacco, alcohol and other drugs affect children during pregnancy and while breast-feeding. Pregnant attendees receive multiple chances to win free baby items throughout the class AND receive a gift card at the completion of ONE class. Any ...

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 ...

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Indiana

Centerstone Receives More Than $220,000 to Support Programs in Indiana

Centerstone received over $220,000 in grants and donations supporting special programming across Indiana from July to September 2019. The Community Foundation of Louisville funded materials for Centerstone’s family support specialist at Slate Run Elementary School in Floyd County. Materials included art supplies and small toys to help children who have experienced trauma with a way ...

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Kentucky

Centerstone Kentucky opens The Living Room, a Diversion Program for Adults in Crisis

Centerstone Kentucky’s new diversion program, The Living Room, has now opened. Intended to be a safe, calming space for adults in crisis, Centerstone Kentucky hopes to divert up to 90% of people in crisis from jail, the emergency room, or inpatient hospitalization. The Living Room was made possible with the support of The Louisville Metro ...

Florida

Kathryn Graber Honored as Child Advocate of the Year

Centerstone’s Kathryn Graber was recently honored by Manatee Children’s Services as the James Wischer Child Advocate of the Year! Kathryn is a behavioral health consultant, located at the Child Protective Office in Florida and works to provide education, consultation and assessments to those detectives investigating an abuse report. Her important work and experience as a ...

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 ...

Illinois

“Call For Help” Training in Illinois

Centerstone recently announced it is co-hosting a free training with Call For Help, Inc. Sexual Assault and Rape Crisis Center. This training is for health professionals on March 5, from 1 – 4:00 p.m. at its location, 2615 Edwards Street, Alton, IL. ...

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Family Matters

Centerstone’s CCC Team Attends NCCAN 2019

Recently, members of Centerstone’s Community Collaboration for Children (CCC) Team attended the National Conference for Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN). The event connects practitioners, researchers, policy makers, parents and volunteers from a wide variety of disciplines to help build better outcomes for children and families. Our CCC Team – which consisted of Corinna Pannell, Grace ...