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Centerstone

 
Overview
For over 50 years, Centerstone has provided professional mental health services and advanced programs to people with mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Today Centerstone is the nation's largest not-for-profit provider of community-based behavioral healthcare with facilities across Middle Tennessee and Southern and Central Indiana. In 2010, Centerstone served 75,000 individuals and their families at our nearly 130 facilities and 220 partnership locations.

Since 2008, three other world-class behavioral health facilities have joined the Centerstone family; Center for Behavioral Health and Quinco Behavioral Health Systems in May 2008, and Dunn Mental Health Centers in September 2009. Centerstone also operates the Centerstone Foundation; the Centerstone Research Institute (CRI), which is improving mental healthcare through innovative research and information technology; Not Alone, which provides confidential, no-cost support and mental health services to service members, combat veterans and their loved ones; and Advantage Behavioral Health, a behavioral health administrative management organization. For more information about Centerstone, please visit centerstone.org.

Whether helping people conquer depression, addiction, persistent mental illness or other emotional and behavioral disorders, Centerstone is close by and ready to help. We are proud to serve the Middle Tennessee and Indiana communities and will continue to lead the way in the development and delivery of behavioral healthcare services.

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Culture
Centerstone's mission is to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction. Our Motto Everyone matters.
Career Opportunities
Centerstone Chief Medical Officer Named Exemplary Psychiatrist by the National Alliance on Mental Illness

Karen Rhea, MD one of only 15 distinguished winners nationwide

Nashville, Tenn.—Centerstone, the nation’s leading not-for-profit provider of community-based mental health and addiction services today announced that Karen Rhea, MD, Chief Medical Officer for the organization, has received a 2011 National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Exemplary Psychiatrist Award.

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Services
As the nation’s largest provider of community-based behavioral health services, Centerstone serves 75,000 individuals and families in Indiana and Tennessee each year. Our broad range of professional services is designed to ensure that sensitive, individualized care is available to everyone seeking help.

Children, adolescents, adults, seniors and families all receive help from the multitude of different programs we offer at our nearly 130 facilities. Among our services are group, individual, couple, and family counseling; crisis solutions; psychiatric services and medication management; Employee Assistance Programs; substance abuse treatment; case management; sexual abuse counseling; school-based counseling and prevention programs; and many more.

Through leading-edge research being conducted by the Centerstone Research Institute, we are working to improve outcomes for the clients in our care and for the delivery of behavioral healthcare across the world.