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Indiana

Generous Grant Expands Play Therapy to Fayette County, Indiana

Thanks to a generous gift from the Fayette County Foundation staff in Connersville, Ind. have received access to three new Mobile Play Therapy Kits and a Therapeutic Resource Library. The Fayette County Foundation awarded $4,600 to Centerstone’s Child & Family Services Department to purchase three Mobile Play Therapy Kits and a Therapeutic Resource Library. This ...

Healthcare Technology

Centerstone employs new technology for patient monitoring

First in Florida to integrate latest in patient safety tools Centerstone has started using new and highly-effective patient safety technology for patients in its care on the Brandon campus. The not-for-profit is the first healthcare organization in Florida to integrate ObservSMART, a proximity-based monitoring system, into its patient care process. The technology promises reliable compliance ...

Military Services

Changing the Narrative Around Mental Health in the Military

Many values are instilled in service members from their earliest days in basic military training and boot camp. Some of those values include service to others before self, honor, loyalty and a sense of toughing things out. These qualities unarguably make our nation’s servicemen and women, veterans and military families some of the most self-reliant ...

Kentucky

Addressing the Opioid Crisis

Opioid overdose continues to be a major public health problem in the United States. Community members can make a major contribution toward reducing the toll of opioid analgesics – heroin and pain pills. To find out how, join Centerstone Kentucky and one (or all) of the four events they will be offering throughout the region. ...

Indiana

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

Mental Health America of Indiana (MHAI) is an organization dedicated to working “for the mental health of all citizens and for victory over mental illness and addictive disorders through public education, advocacy and public health reform.” As part of MHAI’s work, they annually recognize members of the community through their Heroes for Recovery Awards. Nominees include ...

Indiana

Centerstone Expands Residential Addictions Treatment Services

Centerstone is adding to its Centerstone Recovery Centers (CRC) beds, providing additional options for Indiana residents seeking treatment for addiction. Made possible through funding from the Indiana State Department of Health and 21st Century Cures, these new beds will assist the non-profit organization in meeting a critical community need for additional addictions services and support ...

Mental Health

Peer Support Services at Capitol Hill in Nashville

Centerstone Peer Support Services staff and clients took part in Behavioral Health Day at Capitol Hill in Nashville on March 20 for a time of fun, fellowship, advocacy and education. Centerstone Peer Support Services provide a safe and supportive environment where individuals with mental illness or addiction gain confidence, build social skills, develop new friendships and ...

Anxiety

Trauma Informed System of Care Conference in Illinois

Speakers have been announced and registration is now open for the Trauma Informed System of Care Conference, co-hosted by Centerstone, a national leader in behavioral health care. The conference will be held on Saturday, May 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at John A. Logan College’s main conference center in Carterville, IL. Register online ...

Addiction

Robb Backmeyer Served on Opioid Panel

Centerstone’s Regional COO in Indiana, Robb Backmeyer, recently served as an expert in a panel discussion about innovative responses to the opioid crisis in the workplace, joined by executives from two international companies and a member of the U.S. Chamber Foundation. The panel was part of the Sharing Solutions program, a national effort by the ...