MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations recently recognized Centerstone for its mental health services and community outreach efforts during its annual awards ceremony in Murfreesboro.
The association recognized Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization that proves a wide range of mental health and addiction services, as a 2013 Program of Excellence Award Dec. 9 at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Convention Center.
Centerstone received the award for its trauma treatment services program, as well as a Media Award for its Reclaiming Lives newsletter.
In addition, board member Lee Ann Ingram received the Frank G. Clement Community Award for community service, the association’s top award for the unsung heroes of community-based behavioral healthcare.
“Centerstone is honored to be recognized by (Association of Mental Health Organizations) for clinical program and marketing excellence this year, and I could not be more proud of our outstanding board member Lee Ann Ingram for being recognized for her tireless community service efforts”, said Dr. Bob Vero, chief executive officer of Centerstone.
“It has been a very exciting year for our organization, and we look forward to continuing to build on our success in the year ahead,” he said.
The Program of Excellence Award spotlights member organizations that find creative and groundbreaking ways to provide effective community-based services and programs.
Centerstone’s trauma services program provides intensive therapy for people between the ages of 6 and 24 years old who have experienced abuse, neglect, devastating loss, violence, or other traumatic events in their lives.
The Frank G. Clement Award honors individuals who have provided exemplary leadership and volunteer service on behalf of affiliated organizations and the community at large.
For more information about Centerstone, visit www.centerstone.org.