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Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) helps veterans and their families gain access to resources needed for permanent housing. These services are available to low and very-low income veteran households where the family is at risk for homelessness or is homeless. The program is provided free of charge through a grant from the U.S. Dept. of

Pharmacy Services

On-site pharmacies are located in select clinics to help you get the medicine you need in a convenient location. Our expert pharmacists are here to help make your visit as fast and easy as possible. Let us know any questions or concerns you may have about your medications, and we’ll be ready to assist you.

Residential Services

Centerstone’s Residential Services in Illinois support individuals working toward a long term goal of community independence. Residents include individuals with behavioral health needs and individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. While living at the group homes, residents participate in counseling and life skills training to prepare them for living successful, independent lives.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-Assisted Treatment is an essential part of comprehensive treatment for substance misuse. FDA-approved medications are used to calm overly-active areas of the brain, reduce cravings and increase your chances of long-term recovery. Options include Vivitrol, Suboxone and Methadone. MAT alone is not enough to overcome addiction – individual and group counseling and therapy are vital

Caregiver Counseling

Counseling support is available for residents over the age of 18 caring for a relative, neighbor or friend over the age of 60. Caregivers who feel stressed, depressed or anxious due to care giving tasks and responsibilities are eligible for counseling. The counselor provides support services to the client in their home. This service is

The Training Institute in Kentucky

The Training Institute believes that training and staff development strengthens skills and improves quality of care. By improving quality of care, the Training Institute advances Centerstone’s goal of empowering clients to realize their potential. For community mental health professionals, the Training Institute in Kentucky offers professional development opportunities for various certifications and for continuing education. Clicking

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.

Women’s Renaissance Center

Women’s Renaissance Center is a residential facility designed to serve pregnant women suffering from opioid use and co-occurring disorders. The Women’s Renaissance Center specializes in providing a structured therapeutic environment that encourages growth, healthy coping skills, parenting education and treatment to maintain sobriety and deliver a baby free from illicit substances. For admissions, call (502) 437-5066.

Waiver Services

Waiver Services provide support and assistance to persons with developmental disabilities to maximize their independence, self-advocacy and interaction with our community. The service array varies by individual waiver, but most waivers offer services such as Case Management, Behavior Supports, Supported Employment, Day Training and more Waiver Programs include: Supports for Community Living (SCL) provides an array

Vocational Alternatives

Vocational Alternatives extends job training, coaching and placement services to adults with severe mental illness.