Centerstone is the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of community-based behavioral healthcare, offering a full range of mental health services, substance abuse treatment, and educational services in Indiana and Tennessee. In central Indiana alone, Centerstone serves more than 24,000 individuals and families. In Indiana, the organization’s history spans more than five decades, with annual revenues of $51,600,000.
The Centerstone network includes more than 60 facilities across 17 Indiana counties throughout south and central Indiana. Most of the clients are low income, and many live with disabilities. Behavioral health services include peer support, telepsychiatry services, substance abuse treatment, health navigation, and case management.
Centerstone’s services go beyond diagnosis and treatment, and include helping individuals rebound from adversity, build on their strengths and achieve their life goals. The organization seeks to identify new treatments and even eliminate mental illness by participating in groundbreaking research studies with leading universities across the nation. The CARF International Accreditation underscores Centerstone’s commitment to providing unmatched quality of care and a diverse continuum of services.
The largest Centerstone clinic in Indiana is located in Bloomington, about one mile from the Indiana University campus. Several mentors have active collaborations with Centerstone’s clinic in Bloomington, including Cara Lewis, William Hetrick, Peter Finn, Joshua Brown, Brian O’Donnell, and Kay Connelly.