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.
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.
Therapeutic Foster Care provides specialized training to families who are willing to work with children with specialized needs. Our foster children range in age from infancy to 21 years, but the majority of our youth are pre-teens and teens. Foster parents work with staff toward identified goals for the child(ren) in their care. Centerstone offers
Residential Treatment uses an evidence-based Psycho Educational Model to help youth learn ways to manage their behavioral problems such as: Aggression Impulse control Sexual acting out And many other behavioral issues that may have resulted from their past trauma, and have caused the youth, family and/or guardian stress. We help to heal the hearts and
Recovery Supported Housing combines affordable housing and sober support services to help individuals and families use housing as a platform for recovery following homelessness, hospitalization or incarceration.
Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility Program is a program for youth who require intensive 24/7 psychiatric treatment in a residential setting. It is a step up from our PCC program. The program admits boys age 6 to 17 or girls ages 6 to 11 who have been hospitalized and need additional treatment before returning home. Often,
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.
Centerstone performs Preadmission Screening and Resident Review (PASSAR) evaluations for nursing facilities, which is required for all residents who are receiving psychotropic medications. The purpose is to assess the need for additional services and appropriate treatment within the nursing home facility.
Long-term, stable housing is provided for residents meeting HUD income and disability criteria. A diverse array of services is provided on an outpatient basis to residents by rehabilitation specialists from Supportive Housing, Community Support Services or the Assertive Community Treatment Team. Rent is capped at 30% of income.
This program provides a variety of housing options for clients in Supportive Housing. Services offered vary by facility and staffing levels. Some sites offer on-site medication monitoring and life skills training. Residents in these facilities can be served on an outpatient basis by rehabilitation specialists from Supportive Housing, Community Support Services or the Assertive Community