We can help you achieve on-the-job success in a variety of workplaces. Our employment services aid people with intellectual and developmental disabilities along with their families.
Let us assist you with:
identifying work opportunities
developing job skills
If you need help with finding work opportunities due to your mental health, our staff are ready to help. We can prepare you to interact with other people and assist you with finding a place in your community. Get Started
Through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP), we provide crisis intervention, assessment, referral and short-term treatment services to employees and their family members of participating employers.Centerstone Solutions is a full-service EAP that serves organizations and their employees by identifying issues that may be affecting workplace productivity, morale, and overall effectiveness. We help you develop a workplace culture that attracts and retains talent, grows leaders, and supports employees to perform at their best through the following core services:
short-term problem-solving sessions and coaching for employees and their household members to resolve issues that may be hindering their ability to function at home or work and to achieve work and personal goals
management consultations and referrals to improve employee or work team performance
trainings that focus on leadership development, professional skills enhancement, increased workplace respect, and wellness
critical incident response to increase resilience following events that have impacted the workplace
work/life online resource to help with daily living needs, health and wellness, workplace effectiveness, and more
marketing/communication materials and tips to ensure that employees understand the EAP offerings and how to access services
wellness initiatives that consider a more holistic view of overall wellness dimensions
Centerstone offers services for individuals whose mental health symptoms have significantly affected their day to day living. Individuals will build on personal strengths and learn life skills to address both physical and mental health needs.
Participants develop coping strategies and skills to enable them to build a supportive environment and to function as independently as possible. They can also learn the skills they need to seek and achieve meaningful community involvement through independent social, volunteer or employment activities.