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.
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 of services supporting alternatives to institutional care for individuals with Developmental and/or Intellectual Disabilities.
Michelle P. Waiver (MPW) is a program providing an array of services as an alternative to institutional care for individuals with developmental disabilities. MPW allows individuals to remain in their homes with services and supports.
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) provides services and supports to adults with acquired brain injuries who are working to re-enter community life. Services are provided in community settings and focus on obtaining and monitoring needed services.
Traditional Office-Based Services
- Less intensive services for those clients who don’t need in-home or in-school counseling.
- Clients and families come to our campus and see a therapist for ongoing issues or concerns.
Targeted Case Management is a geared toward identifying and linking resources and supportive services to individuals with Severe Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders.
Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy services are available to bring you closer to a fuller and more independent life, whether you need help with regaining your physical strength, performing daily living activities or addressing communication and speech issues.
Mental Health & Homeless Outreach Team is a joint effort with the Louisville Metro Coalition for the Homeless to engage people who have a mental illness and are homeless, helping them access services and needed assistance.
Medication Management services are available under the supervision of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and nurses specializing in the psychiatric care of adults and children.
Intensive ACE (Assertive Community Engagement), formerly Housing First, finds safe, affordable housing for persons with psychiatric disabilities, and then provides the individualized supports and services needed for success at home.
Family Supports Services is the regional Point of Entry for accessing supports and services for individuals with developmental disabilities. This includes providing direct services and/or coordinating access to needed services and resources in our community.
Family Preservation Program (FPP) is a short-term, family-based crisis intervention program designed to assist families in crisis by improving parenting and family functioning while keeping children safe. Centerstone recognizes that separating children from their families is often traumatic, and we seek to avoid these measures through therapeutic interventions and support.
The program is designed to help at-risk families by positively intervening to keep children safe so they can remain in their homes. To qualify for FPP services, families must be referred by the Department for Community Based Services and be at imminent risk of child removal or have a child in foster care returning home, and reside in the following Kentucky counties:
Kentucky’s FPP has been successful in reducing re-entry into out-of-home care, accelerating family reunification and promoting family well-being.
Funding for this program is in whole or in part from federal, CHFS, or other state funds.