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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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Kentucky

Scott Hesseltine Recognized by Louisville Business First

Centerstone Kentucky’s Vice President of Addiction Services, Scott Hesseltine, was named one of 20 People to Know in Health Care by Louisville Business First. Business First’s key role is to serve as a connector for the Louisville business community by introducing their readers to people who are achievers within their organizations and they determined that Scott ...

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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 ...

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Indiana

Columbus Homeless Outreach Program (CHOP) Sees Continued Success

Centerstone’s Columbus Homeless Outreach Project (CHOP) is in the middle of a successful fourth year, thanks in large part to generous, multi-year support from the Columbus Regional Health Foundation, Heritage Fund and City of Columbus Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Since its inception in Fall 2014, CHOP has assisted nearly 250 individuals and families with finding ...

Indiana

Present at National Conferences

Centerstone’s Jason Turi, Maren Sheese, Lindsay Potts and Kimberly Brothers recently presented at national conferences about integrated care initiatives and innovations. These conferences and presentations represented integrated behavioral health needs to a broad audience. Putting Care at the Center is a national conference sponsored by the Camden Coalition and the National Center for Complex Health ...

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Kentucky

Belle Holloway, Senior Support Broker

My name is Belle Holloway and I work at Developmental Services as a Senior Support Broker (fancy name for case manager) and oversee intakes for the (MPW) Michelle P. Waiver. The MPW is a wonderful program that began in Kentucky in 2008 to provide services for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities through their life ...

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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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.   ...

Free counseling is available for the metro St. Louis military community

Military life is challenging, due to deployments and temporary duty assignments that take service members away from home and numerous relocations. These challenges impact not only service members but also their spouses and children, and many of these effects can last after leaving the military. “At Centerstone, our providers are specifically trained in military culture, ...

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 ...