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Work Matters

Work Matters offers supported employment services which include person-centered job planning, individualized job placement, skills training and on-going supports. Consumers with or without waiver resources may receive these services. Job seekers are assisted to secure and maintain both customized and labor market positions in an integrated setting.


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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 ...

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.” ...

Foundation

Help Centerstone Just by Shopping with AmazonSmile!

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! ...

Indiana

Centerstone CARES – Making A Difference For Indiana Families

During 2017 more than 220 individuals and children and their families in our Indiana communities benefitted from the Centerstone CARES Fund.  More than $60,000 was provided in assistance that was woven into the client’s care plan to ensure impact. The types of assistance provided is as unique as the clients we serve. And because we ...

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Centerstone taps emergency medical services chief for Florida Board of Directors

James Crutchfield, chief of Manatee County Emergency Medical Services, has joined the Florida Board of Directors for Centerstone. He will serve a two-year term, beginning this month, on the seven-member board. “James is a proactive, goal-driven professional who has been recognized at the local and state levels for his contributions to our community paramedic services. ...

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Depression

Centerstone’s Ketamine/Esketamine Program for Treatment-Resistant Depression featured on news broadcast

Centerstone’s new therapy program for individuals seeking treatment for severe depression was featured recently on WFLA-TV. Through the program, Centerstone can offer Spravato, a nasal spray that contains the FDA-approved medication Esketamine, and ketamine infusion therapy for people who have been treated for depression with no improvement in symptoms. To learn more about this program, ...

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 ...

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

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 ...

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 ...