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Health Home

Health Home Illinois (HHIL) is designed to assist clients experiencing both mental health conditions and physical health barriers – such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity – live healthier lives. Clients enrolled in HHIL receive the benefit of meeting with a treatment team, including wellness clinicians, nurses and staff members who self-identify as having lived experience ...

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Keys to Recovery

Centerstone’s Keys to Recovery integrates behavioral health treatment and supportive services for individuals and families in Davidson County, TN, who experience homelessness and have a substance use or co-occurring disorder. Homeless individuals in Davidson County experience higher rates of addiction, severe mental illness, domestic violence and HIV/AIDS, making it diffcult for them to find and ...

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Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones, a program of Centerstone, provides transitional housing and supportive services to youth 16-20 years old who are experiencing homelessness. We provide a supportive community where young people experiencing homelessness can develop skills to live independently. We welcome youth regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, national origin, creed, religion or disability. We ...

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Therapeutic Intervention, Education & Skills (TIES)

When a parent or caretaker’s drug and alcohol use weakens the family and results in children becoming at risk for out-of-home placement, Therapeutic Intervention, Education and Skills (TIES) can help. This high fidelity, intensive in-home family treatment model has proven effective in helping families thrive and remain together. Treatment Within seven days of referral, TIES ...

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Case Management Services

Through Case Management Services, Community Support Specialists in Tennessee partner with individuals, children and families to assess needs, access services and manage crises. ...

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Therapeutic Foster Care and Adoption Services

Centerstone provides Therapeutic Foster Care for children and teenagers in state custody. The foster children we serve are often between 12 and 18 years old, or sibling groups of all ages. Placements can be short or long term as needed. Some children need foster parents while working toward reunification with their families of origin, others ...

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Mobile Therapy

Mobile Therapy helps clients who have difficulty getting to their appointments at one of our outpatient clinic locations by meeting clients in their homes or other private locations. ...

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Early Childhood Services

Centerstone offers a collection of grant-funded services designed specifically for pregnant women, families with young children and anyone thinking about getting pregnant. These services are delivered primarily in the home by dedicated professionals with the goal of strengthening families physically, mentally and emotionally. The following specialized services are available through Centerstone Early Childhood Services: Parent ...

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Specialized Treatment Services for Immigrants and Refugees

This program provides culturally appropriate mental health outreach, education and treatment benefiting culturally diverse individuals throughout Davidson County. These individuals hail from a variety of homelands and suffer posttraumatic stress disorder, major depression and other illnesses common among persons surviving trauma. ...

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Peer Support Services

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 engage in learning and leisure activities with peers. These activities may include: Community outings (movies, shopping and others) Holiday and special occasion celebrations Creativity (with Healing Arts Project, Inc.) ...

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Criminal Justice Liaison

Criminal Justice Liaisons provide a continuity of care for individuals who have been incarcerated or are at risk of incarceration in designated counties. Goals include providing early identification of individuals with mental illness within the county jails; diversionary options and/or resources, consultation with law enforcement, county personnel and court officials, training, education, and discharge planning. ...

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Centerstone Employment Services (CES)

CES is a vocational counseling program for individuals with serious mental illness and other disabilities. This service features pre-employment coaching, job readiness groups, internships, and supported employment, which is designed to assist in the development of employment skills, resume writing, interviewing, relationship skills, as well as providing job development/placement and job coaching. ...

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Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT)

ACT is an integrated, self-contained, evidence-based treatment program based on an intensive, multidisciplinary, team based community treatment using home and community visits as the primary mode of intervention. ACT is designed to prevent institutionalization (jail or hospital) or homelessness. The multidisciplinary team works collaboratively with the person served and family members. The ACT Team includes ...

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Community Support Services

Community Support Services offers an array of service and treatment options that promote the effective management of these symptoms and barriers, while also maximizing an individual’s capacity for recovery through care coordination and life skill training. ...

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Consultation and Evaluation Services

Evaluations are provided to children, adolescents and adults to determine severity of problem and recommended treatments. They are conducted by staff with a minimum of a master’s degree. Consultation services are generally focused on future treatment recommendations and are provided upon discharge from area jails. ...

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Psychiatric Evaluations & Medication Management

Centerstone provides comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and medication management to adult, adolescent and child clients with substance abuse and psychiatric diagnosis. Evaluations and ongoing medication management are done by staff psychiatrists and clinical nurse specialists. ...

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Adolescent Drug Education Class (ADEC)

ADEC is an 8-hour lecture class to educate participants about aspects of substance use and abuse. The class focuses on the effects that substance use has on the individual, society, family, education and employment. ADEC is for adolescents who do not show signs of abuse or dependence, but who do show signs of experimentation and ...

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Adult Transitional Group Homes (24-hour supervision)

Adult Transitional Group Homes provide a high level of supervision for seriously mentally ill adults while focusing on the skills needed to transition to more independent living. On-site services include case management, life skills training, and medication monitoring among other services. Residents in these facilities are expected to engage in Partial Hospitalization/Clubhouse programs, or to ...

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Thinking for a Change

This highly-structured CBT group teaches clients how to solve problems through cognitive restructuring and social skills interventions. This program teaches clients to identify their emotions, thinking, beliefs, attitudes and values over the course of 22 lessons. The service is appropriate for individuals who do not make good decisions, demonstrate poor internal control, are lacking in ...

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Batterers Treatment Program

This group focuses on stopping domestic violence by helping men take responsibility for their actions, as well as increasing their awareness of signs, symptoms and the emotional precursors to violence. The group focuses on situations/scenarios, functional analysis, timeouts, communication skills, change/decision points and thinking errors. The group meets once a week for 26 weeks. ...

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Anger Management Group

This open-educational group focuses on controlling angry behavior. The group objectives include identifying personal triggers, acquiring knowledge about anger, the difference between anger and aggression, the impact of alcohol or drugs on anger and behavioral skills, including timeouts, self-talk, relaxation techniques, communication skills, problem-solving skills and assertiveness. The program lasts eight weeks. ...

Early Head Start

This federally funded program provides comprehensive services to low-income pregnant women and children under age 3. Weekly home visits include parent and child activities, along with education on prenatal and child development, health, nutrition, dental, mental health and safety. Other services include group socializations, parent workshops, cooking and prenatal classes, fatherhood activities, field trips and ...

Halfway House – Non-Federal

The Halfway House is available for referrals from the Illinois Department of Corrections, Veteran’s Administration, United States Probation Pre-Trial and residential substance use treatment facilities. It is set up to provide a supported living environment to those who need structure while reintegrating into society. For more information about the Halfway House, please click here. ...

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Health Link

Centerstone Health Link: Providing Whole-Person Coordinated Healthcare Integrated Centerstone Health Link is designed to deliver whole-person, integrated behavioral health, and primary care coordination. Upon enrollment, a dedicated team of professionals will help you access the medical care and mental health services you may need, with the flexibility to support you in the most effective ways. ...

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a way of delivering a full range of services to people who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. With ACT, clients get help taking care of their basic needs — taking medications, getting up and getting through the day. ACT teams work closely with clients to see which ...

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Studies

In support of its mission to improve the quality and effectiveness of behavioral health care, Centerstone Research Institute has been a committed leader in behavioral health research and technology-enabled care since its inception. Centerstone Research Institute has conducted projects and research studies in areas including integrated care, addiction recovery, pharmacogenomics and treatments for depression and ...

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coactionHealth

Using Technology to Keep Medicaid Superutilizers Out of Hospitals Developed by Centerstone Research Institute, coactionHealth is a short term (3 month) high-touch, hightech intervention providing care for Medicaid superutilizers. The coactionHealth model is designed to serve superutilizers who have co-occurring mental and physical health needs and recent hospitalization and ER utilization. The coactionHealth model was created for providers, ...

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