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Specialized Treatment Services for Immigrants and Refugees

This program provides culturally appropriate mental health outreach, education and treatment benefiting culturally diverse individuals throughout Davidson County. These individuals hail from a variety of homelands and suffer posttraumatic stress disorder, major depression and other illnesses common among persons surviving trauma.


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The holiday season is upon us and, for many, that means holiday shopping! Did you know shopping online can provide funding to Centerstone? Thanks to AmazonSmile, a portion of all of your purchases of eligible items on Amazon comes straight to Centerstone! ...

Back To School

Stepping Stones Back to School Drive

Returning to school can be exhilarating for some youth as they head to school with their supplies and eagerness to see their friends. Some youth, on the other hand, may not experience the same enthusiasm for returning to school, especially if they don’t have the basic school supplies to learn. Stepping Stones, a program of ...

Indiana

Indiana Opioid Crisis Response Team Event Announced

On April 24, 2018, at the Brown County Public Library, Centerstone’s Opioid Crisis Response Team will present “You Are Not Alone: How opioid use is affecting your friends and family.” In 2017 alone, 13 Brown County residents overdosed on opioids, resulting in the death of three residents. The hope is to make 2018 a better year, ...

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Kentucky

Success Stories: Meet Melissa

Melissa came to us when her son, Mason, began having behavioral issues at school. Through our Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) program, we were able to offer the support and coaching needed to help both Mason and Melissa. In the powerful video below, Melissa shares her story.   ...

Indiana

Members of Administration Visit Centerstone-partnered Program

Recently, Kellyanne Conway, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, Second Lady Karen Pence, and U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta visited Belden Inc. in Richmond IN to learn about the “Pathways to Employment” program in which Centerstone partners with Belden. The program offers applicants that fail pre-employment drug screens an option for tailored rehabilitation, and the chance ...

Florida

Roger Johnson Named COO in Florida

Centerstone has announced the promotion of Roger Johnson to chief operating officer in Florida. Johnson previously served as regional chief administrative officer. In his new role, Johnson will oversee Centerstone’s operations in Florida, including medical, outpatient, and residential services. He will also oversee facilities management, help lead business development and marketing, and implement Centerstone’s strategies ...

Kentucky

Centerstone Kentucky Receives GOLD Award

Centerstone Kentucky has been honored with a GOLD Award from the Worksite Wellness Council of Louisville for the third year in a row! The Council helps to foster healthy work environments by providing employers with educational activities and resources for their wellness programs. Kelsey Schechter and Vahid Mockon accepted the award on behalf of Centerstone. ...

Illinois

Centerstone to honor Community Champions

Centerstone will hold the 15th annual Community Champions Banquet in June in both the Metro-East and Southern Illinois. The Community Champions Banquet honors community leaders who have made a difference by advancing mental health and substance use disorder services through their advocacy, leadership and service. This year’s winners are: Metro-East Cory Davenport with The Riverbender ...

Tennessee

Dr. Bob Vero Named to Mayor’s Advisory Council

Centerstone Tennessee CEO Dr. Bob Vero was named to Nashville Mayor David Briley’s new Community Behavioral Health and Wellness Advisory Council — a group of experts who will advise the Mayor in setting priorities around behavioral health, mental illness and substance use issues. The purpose of the Council will be to promote broad collaboration between government ...