Centerstone Community Mental Health Centers, Inc

aka Centerstone Tennessee   |   Nashville, TN   |  www.centerstone.org

Mission

To prevent and cure mental illness and addiction.

Ruling year info

2017

Principal Officer

Dr. Robert N. Vero

Main address

Ella Hayes Center 1101 6th Avenue North

Nashville, TN 37208 USA

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EIN

62-1674308

NTEE code info

Community Mental Health Center (F32)

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Not Alone

Not Alone enables active-duty soldiers, veterans, and their families to address the emotional and psychological effects of combat experience with mental-health counseling and support services. Online and in-person programs address the effects of combat and post traumatic-stress disorder, with more than 400 professionals available to provide confidential counseling services for veterans and active military members across 23 states. An online social network connects peers, informal groups cater to significant others, and the eClinic offers immediate 24/7 assistance to service members in need. Not Alone also maintains a combat-stress assessment to determine daily stress levels and an online database of articles on PTSD and life after war. For more information, visit notaloneinfo.org

Population(s) Served

Centerstone has developed a special approach to help children and adolescents overcome behavioral health challenges. Our counselors, therapists and psychiatrists create an environment of trust to encourage young clients to open up and share their feelings. We develop individualized treatment plans to address the unique needs of each child or teen. By teaming up with families, schools and communities, we build a framework of support that allows healing to occur. Our services are specifically designed to help children and adolescents experiencing abuse, anger, anxiety, ADHD, depression, substance abuse, trauma and other issues. For our clients' convenience, services and programs are accessible in many settings, including outpatient offices, schools, community-based locations, and in clients' homes.

Population(s) Served

Thousands of adults choose Centerstone for their care each year. Our professional staff provides proven effective treatment in a supportive and caring environment. Recognizing that every individual is unique, we work with each client to personalize treatment plans to meet their recovery goals. Centerstone provides treatment for:StressDepressionTraumaAnxietyPhobiaFamily problemsSubstance abuse or addictionGrief and other life adjustment challengesAnger management problemsOther serious behavioral problemsOur services are trustworthy and completely confidential. With clinics located throughout Tennessee, help is close by.

Population(s) Served

Centerstone provides a variety of services available for individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Centerstone outpatient clinics and partnership locations provide walk-in crisis services during normal business hours to assist individuals and families experiencing a mental health crisis. Centerstone also offers help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year through our Triage Line staffed by our crisis team. All calls are completely confidential. Our toll-free number can assist a large number of callers at the same time, ensuring prompt attention to any situation. Callers are also be given follow-up information and access to services or programs they may need. Additionally, Centerstone offers an online Crisis Chat (via Centerstone.org) as a new way for Middle Tennesseans to access and connect with mental health experts via the web and in real time.

Population(s) Served

As a critical component of our mission, Centerstone helps identify new treatments and even eliminate mental illness by participating in groundbreaking research with leading educational institutions, such as Vanderbilt University, University of Tennessee, Indiana University and University of Texas Southwestern. The results of these studies not only help people in our communities, but also around the world. Studies have focused on schizophrenia, depression, clinical decision support for prescribers, substance abuse treatment, mental health services for children and more.

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Accreditations

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Behavioral Health - 3 Year Accreditation 2010

Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities 1956

Awards

Ambassador of Hope Awards - Business Community Partner of the Year (Community Kitchen / Willie Jemison) 2007

National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI)

Community Wide - Maggie Samuchin, Finalist 2007

Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer of the Year Awards

Media Award (Holly Thompson, WSMV-Channel 4), Programs of Excellence (School-Based Counseling) 2006

Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations

Administrator School Based Mental Health Award (Beth Hail and Centerstone's School-Based Counseling program) 2006

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Excellence in Consumer and Family Support Award (Judy Reeves) 2006

National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare (NCCBH)

Champions in Health Leadership (Karen Rhea) 2008

Community Health Charities

Special Exemplary Project (Integrated Care Partnership) 2008

Rural Healthcare Association of Tennessee

Dorthea Dix Award (E.Ann Ingram) 2008

Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations

Health Care Hero/Tom Doub 2012

Nashville Business Journal

Women to Watch/Michelle Covington 2012

Nashville Medical News

Program of Excellence Award/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Program 2011

Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations

Justice Award/Jeff Blum 2011

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Lifetime Achievement Award/Dick Blackburn 2011

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Volunteer Innovator Award (Lee Ann Ingram/Coaching 4Teens Program) 2009

Mary Catherine Strobel Award

Award of Excellence in Visionary Leadership (David Guth) 2010

National Council on Community Behavioral Healthcare (NCCBH)

Science and Service Award in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Recovery Support Services category – Methamphetamine Evidence-based Treatment and Healing (METH) program 2010

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Best Places to Work 2012

Nashville Business Journal

Professional of the Year (Ben Middleton) 2012

National Association of Mental Illness (Tennessee chapter)

Professional Award for Children's Services (John Page) 2012

National Association of Mental Illness (Davidson County chapter)

Program of Excellence Award (Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program) 2012

Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations (TAMHO)

ROI Achievement Award (Centerstone Research Institute) 2012

IBM

Community Voice Award 2012

National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare

Affiliations & memberships

Association of Fundraising Professionals - Member 2005

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce 2000

Tennessee Conference on Social Welfare (TCSW) 1998

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) 2000

Tennessee Association of Child Care 1993

Madison Chamber of Commerce 1993

Tullahoma Chamber of Commerce 1994

Mental Health Corporations of America 1987

National Council of Community Behavioral Health Organizations 1998

International Critical Incident Stress Foundation 2000

Tennessee Psychiatric Association 1991

Maury Alliance 2003

Association for Healthcare Philanthropy 2005

Dickson County Chamber of Commerce 2002

Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce 2003

Financials

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Centerstone Community Mental Health Centers, Inc

Board of directors
as of 9/25/2013
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Mrs. Janet Ayers

Community Volunteer

Term: July 2012 - June 2014


Board co-chair

Mr. Mark Faulkner

Community Volunteer

Term: July 2012 - June 2014

Janet Ayers

Community Volunteer

Richard Baxter

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Lee Ann Ingram

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Jim Sweeten

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Debi Tate

Community Volunteer

Brenda Corbin

Fred Dettwiller

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Vincent Durnan

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Lavinia Johnston

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Dana Oman

Community Volunteer

Orville Kronk

Community Volunteer

Kelly Crockett

Community Volunteer

Robert Vero