Centerstone offers programs and services to American service members, veterans and their families. We work to ensure that all service members and their loved ones have the resources and support they need to lead healthy and fulfilling lives beyond military service.
Programs for service members, veterans and their families are provided through a variety of initiatives including face-to-face counseling, couples and family counseling, therapeutic retreats, housing assistance, employment counseling, physical health and wellness services, support groups, online resources and 24/7 crisis services.
Our specialized programs include:
Courage Beyond is a nationwide program offering confidential, free or low-cost programs and services to individuals and families facing post-traumatic stress disorder and other invisible wounds of military service. The program empowers service members and their loved ones through a supportive online community, retreats, eGroups and a 24-hour crisis line. Courage Beyond also offers face-to-face counseling services and support through a national provider network. The program serves anyone whose life has been impacted by military service including veterans from all branches of service and components – regardless of discharge status, time of service or length of service. We strive to reach service members, veterans and their loved ones wherever, whenever and however they need help – in person, online or on the phone. For more information visit couragebeyond.org
Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), offered in Middle Tennessee, provides assistance to veterans and their families who are at-risk for homelessness. The SSVF program prevents homelessness by helping qualified veterans and their families gain access to the resources they need to successfully transition to or maintain permanent housing. Funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, SSVF is available at no cost to eligible candidates in 14 Middle Tennessee counties. In addition to helping veterans and their families make informed decisions, understand their options and obtain access to available benefits, we link those in need with other resources such as housing services, transportation, legal aid and income support services. For more information visit ssvfonline.org
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 brings key partners together to improve behavioral health and well-being among Indiana’s rural veterans and their families through increased access to behavioral health care 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