Centerstone receives $2.7 million grant.
Byline: submitted by dalus ben avi spokeswoman for centerstone
CARBONDALE -- Centerstone, a national leader in behavioral health care, recently announced it was awarded a $2,706,750 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and Center for Substance Abuse Treatment to help treat individuals, specifically adolescents and their families, with substance use disorder (SUD).
"Centerstone is very grateful to be the recipient of this grant," said John Markley, CEO of Centerstone. "The funds will allow us to implement a comprehensive project to enhance and expand treatment for those with substance use disorder and co-occurring disorder (COD), as well as early intervention and recovery support services, focusing on adolescents, transitional aged youth and their families and primary caregivers."
Centerstone will receive $541,350 per year for five years from the grant and aims to provide services for 450 adolescents and youth experiencing SUD and COD and their families and caregivers through this five-year project.
"By the end of this year, we will assemble a culturally-competent team of administrators, evaluation staff, and care providers with the background and training in substance use disorder and co-occurring disorder treatment and care for adolescents and transitional-aged youth and their families," said Stephanie Terry, Clinical Manager for Centerstone.
"Throughout the project period, we will provide an age-appropriate, family-centered, trauma-informed, evidence-based, coordinated and integrated outpatient system of care within a recovery-oriented system of care."
The project will include the following services targeted at adolescents (ages 12-18), transitional-aged youth (ages 16-25) and their families/caregivers with SUD and COD in Franklin, Jackson, Madison, Perry, St. Clair and Williamson counties:
* Outreach and engagement of the targeted population
* Early intervention services
* Screening and assessment services
* Treatment of SUD and COD
* Tobacco use counseling and interventions
* HIV and viral hepatitis testing and referrals
* Recovery housing
* Peer and recovery support
* Linkages and referrals to other supports
* Education and messaging on healthy choices, substance use abstinence, etc.
Centerstone will track the evaluation, documentation, process and outcomes in hopes the service model can be duplicated and used statewide and nationwide.
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|Publication:||Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)|
|Date:||Oct 17, 2018|
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