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Centerstone partners with Cross Country Education

August 15, 2011
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Nashville, Tenn. — Cross Country Education, LLC (CCE) has signed an agreement with Centerstone, the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of community-based behavioral healthcare, to offer continuing education and professional development services for Centerstone’s behavioral health practitioners.

Centerstone’s practitioners will now have access to Cross Country Education’s live and audio seminar offerings at a discounted rate.

Through 130 facilities, outreach in more than 220 schools and community partnerships, Centerstone provides a full-range of mental health services, substance abuse treatment and educational services in Indiana and Tennessee. In 2010, Centerstone served more than 75,000 individuals and families.

“Cross Country Education is proud to support Centerstone in its mission to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction,” Cross Country Education president Greg Greene said. “With extensive practical and patient-centered behavioral health training options, we hope to assist counselors, therapists and social workers as they strive to provide the best in patient care.”

“Healthcare is a dynamic and ever-evolving industry,” said Debbie Cagle, CEO of Advantage Behavioral Health, the administrative management arm of Centerstone. “Continuing education and training are essential to Centerstone’s ability to provide progressive, effective care to our clients and an important component of our ongoing staff development efforts. We are excited to work with Cross Country Education to offer our employees across Tennessee and Indiana affordable access to clinical courses and webinars that will help them further enhance the care and services we provide each day.”

Designed to meet and exceed educational needs of healthcare providers, Cross Country Education produces more than 5,000 live seminars annually and has trained more than 1.5 million healthcare professionals since 1995.

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