“We are delighted to welcome Seven Counties to Centerstone,” said David C. Guth, Jr., CEO of Centerstone. “Our organizations share a dedication to providing compassionate care, partnering with our communities, and changing the lives of those we serve. Together, we have great opportunities to share best practices and ideas that will advance behavioral healthcare in our regions and beyond.”
The organization will change its name to Centerstone of Kentucky, effective November 1, 2016.
“Joining together with Centerstone further enhances our ability to provide high quality and high value behavioral health and addiction services to residents throughout the region,” said Dr. Zipple. “We will have access to a national network of providers and peers, and new synergies to consider for service development and expansion.”
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