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What We Treat

Just like broken bones or a stomach ache, mental health can be treated and cared for. However, unlike broken bones or a stomach ache, it’s not as easy to figure out if you or your loved one has a need for professional care.

Mental health can be a complicated thing, so the issues listed below are only some of the most common signs of a need for mental health care. See our services for more, and contact us if you have specific questions.

Make an appointment with us today so we can help.

Disclaimer: Information on the Centerstone website is not to be construed as professional advice or medical recommendations. Readers are encouraged to direct any questions concerning personal health care to licensed physicians or other appropriate health care professionals.


Addiction is different than using drugs or alcohol now and again. It is a chronic brain disease that makes someone need to take drugs or alcohol to get by.  The line between social use and problematic use can be unclear,  but the surest sign of addiction is when someone seeks out drugs or alcohol as a need, even when using is harmful to them and those around them.

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Anxiety is a mental health disorder that makes you fear or worry about things in an extreme way. Approximately 12% of Americans suffer from some type of anxiety each year.

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Depression is a very common emotional illness that makes you feel intensely sad or hopeless. It affects an estimated one in 15 adults per year in the U.S.

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Family Problems

Centerstone offers a wide variety of services that can help you and your family live happily and healthily together.

Whether you or a family member are facing a mental health issue, an addiction, a disruptive child or a communication problem, there are several ways we can help.

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A phobia is an extreme fear of a specific object or activity. While everyone is afraid of something, a phobia becomes a problem when it interferes with work or in usual social situations or if the person is markedly distressed about the problem.

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Problems Focusing

Issues with focusing can be caused by many things such as stress, anxiety and depression. One of the most common reasons that someone might have problems focusing is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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Stress is your body’s way of dealing with scary, dangerous or other intense situations. Stress can contribute to heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, depression, infection and chronic pain. If you or your child are often stressed, we can help.

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Trauma is what people can experience after a stressful event. It can often make people feel extreme fear and helplessness. Trauma can cause emotional, physical and spiritual damage.

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