Centerstone

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Centerstone is listed in the Mental Health Services category in North Vernon, Indiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Centerstone which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Centerstone on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

Contact information for Centerstone is:
299 Hayden Pike
North Vernon, IN 47265
(812) 346-7892
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Social Posts for Centerstone


Examining the contributing factors in addiction. via @addictionnow_ bit.ly/2lfacqs


We need to provide better mental health treatment in schools. Here’s how to start. via @washingtonpost twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


The other side of pain... #WellnessWednesday https://t.co/vFP4ueDznQ

The other side of pain... #WellnessWednesday

Using ineffective terms to describe addiction has a long history. Experts hope to do something about that.
Growing awareness about addiction and stigmas leads experts to call for a comprehensive consensus on an “addiction-ary” to frame how we talk about addiction


Random Acts of Kindness: A Short Drive to Happiness by Lisa Patrick. bit.ly/2m1qbtt


Why stay-at-home moms are prone to addiction via @PasteMagazine bit.ly/2le9MRP

Hockey player Jordin Tootoo on sober life: "You look at life from a different perspective when you're comfortable and content in your own skin," Tootoo says. "You understand the meaning of life."
Jordin Tootoo sits at the dining room table cradling his daughter while she drinks from a bottle, laughing when the 8-month-old gives a contented "ahhh."

Not all doctors are convinced service dogs are the answer to anxiety issues but the people who have them, say the dogs help them stay calm.
Though she wasn’t diagnosed with agoraphobia and generalized anxiety disorder until she was 18, Sophie Rutter experienced attacks as early as 13.

"...although highly effective, science-based intervention programs do exist for troubled young people and their families, there are not nearly enough of these services, and resources should be aimed at wider implementation."
A disturbing number of youth suffer from psychological and psychiatric problems ranging from depression to substance abuse. And although highly effective, science-based intervention programs do exist for troubled young people and their families, there are not nearly enough of these services, and res...