Programs are provided through a variety of initiatives including face-to-face counseling, couples and family counseling, therapeutic retreats, housing assistance, employment counseling, support groups, online resources, and 24/7 crisis services.
Select grant-based services are offered in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. The nationally recognized program Courage Beyond offers free services, and our national counseling services can be accessed anywhere in the U.S. through our provider network.
For more information visit: couragebeyond.org
For more information visit: ssvfonline.org
Through our national provider network, Centerstone Military Services offers counseling to individuals whose lives have been impacted by military service. This includes not only service members themselves, but also their spouses, children and other loved ones. Counseling is offered at low or no cost and is paid for by philanthropic donations. Our providers are trained to work with the military, and many are former service members themselves. We know that the decision to seek treatment is a personal one, and we hold our clients’ privacy in the utmost regard. For more information or to find a provider near you, please call us or click here.
The Indiana Army Guard is the fourth-largest Army Guard in the nation. The Indiana Veterans Behavioral Health Network (IVBHN) was formed in May 2009 as a result of a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant. The network that brings key partners together to improve behavioral health and well-being among Indiana’s rural veterans and their families through increased access to behavioral healthcare services. The grant, awarded to Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana, Inc. (ASPIN), is to be used to support increased access to services. Centerstone is honored to be one of the providers in the network, delivering behavioral health services to veterans and their families. For more information visit: www.ivbhn.org