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
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
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.
Vocational Alternatives extends job training, coaching and placement services to adults with severe mental illness.
True Up is a collaborative movement spearheaded by non-profit agencies in Metro Louisville to enhance services for foster youth. This landmark partnership among Kentucky agencies brings together alumni from foster care programs who have faced the challenges of transitioning into adulthood. These now-successful adults share their experiences with the next generation of foster youth to
Therapeutic Rehabilitation: Recovery Zone is an intensive day program in a clubhouse setting for persons with severe mental illness. This program can be utilized as hospital diversion. Vocational Alternatives extends job training, coaching, and placement services to adults with severe mental illness.
Peer Support Services are led by individuals who have a diagnosis of a serious mental illness and are in recovery. Peer Support Specialists help others manage their recovery, build self-advocacy skills and achieve their own successes.
Payee Services are available, where Centerstone serves as the payee for an individual who is unable to manage his or her money.
PASRR Specialized Services provide individualized supports for people who reside in a nursing facility. The services include continuous, specialized training to prevent the regression or loss of current optimal functioning and to promote the acquisition of skills necessary for the individual to function with as much self-determination and independence as possible. For more information, call
PASRR (Preadmission Screening and Resident Review) Assessment is a federally mandated program designed to ensure that all applicants to Medicaid-certified nursing facilities are screened for severe mental illnesses or a developmental disabilities. PASRR helps to determine if individuals require nursing facility level of care, is the least restrictive in nature, and if specialized services are needed. The