Centerstone Commences $4M Renovation and Expansion

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Pictured: (L to R) Melissa Larkin-Skinner, CEO, Centerstone, Florida and Adell Erozer, Executive Director, Bishop Parker Foundation.

Centerstone, a national leader in behavioral health care, is undertaking a $4M renovation and expansion of its hospital and addictions center at 2020 26th Avenue East. Construction will be completed later this year. The scope of work includes expansion of the 24/7 Access Center, new patient rooms and nurses’ station on the psychiatric unit of the hospital as well as the creation of private rooms and additional meeting space on the hospital’s addictions unit. Centerstone’s investment in its facility is being made possible in part by donations from two area foundations: Bishop Parker Foundation and William G. & Marie Selby Foundation. Bishop-Parker Foundation’s $1M contribution is making several hospital upgrades a reality; a $100K donation by William G. & Marie Selby Foundation has been earmarked for new safety doors on the hospital unit.

Centerstone’s Access Center assesses children and adults who are experiencing a mental health and/or addictions crisis and determines need for further stabilization, hospitalization, detox or other related inpatient service. Staffed by a team of behavioral health clinicians, the center is open and available to the community 365 days, serving some 19,000 individuals annually. Centerstone’s hospital is currently comprised of 20-psychiatric beds for treating adult individuals’ mental health needs and 17 addiction beds where detox services and inpatient addictions rehabilitation programming are provided. In FY 2021, Centerstone’s Florida team of psychiatrists, nurses, psychologists, licensed therapists, addiction counselors, clinical care coordinators/case managers, peers, and continuing care treatment consultants provided 491,313 services. In addition to the hospital, the Bradenton campus houses a 28-day residential addiction program that can accommodate 30 adults and facilities for an outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program. Outpatient services are offered at three locations in Bradenton and Sarasota.

Pictured: (L to R) Melissa Larkin-Skinner, CEO, Centerstone, Florida and Adell Erozer, Executive Director, Bishop Parker Foundation.

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