211 W. Main St.
Sterling, Colorado 80751
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
And by appointment
Adults with severe and persistent mental illness
- Adult Day Treatment Services
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Medication Management
- Skill Development for Daily Living
- Case Management
- HUD Services
- Club House
- Co-occurring disorders of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
- Co-occurring disorders of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
Services are provided in the following settings
- Centennial Office
Meet the Community Support Staff
Community Support Program Case Manager
Populations Served: Adult population, over 18 years of age.
Treatment Expertise: Adults with severe and persistent mental illness in Centennial's Community Support Program.
Brenda has worked for Centennial for numerous years, she brings a wealth of knowledge to the Community Support Program through case managment, referral, advoacy, and wellness services. Brenda facilitates a variety of groups and skill buidling activities for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Brenda also assists individuals in acquiring benefits through Department of Human Services and Social Security.
Cheryl Dillon, LPN
Cheryl is a staff nurse based in the Sterling office. She is one of two nurses that assists Centennial's medical staff with medication refills for all clients in Centennial's catchment area. Within the Sterling office, she is able to provide daily or weekly medication monitoring, and injections.
Mental Health Worker II
In the Mental Health field since 2001
Areas of expertise include these populations: Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness
Treatment expertise includes: Case Management. Life Skills
Sandi began working at Centennial in adminstration as the receptionist in 1999. In 2001 she began working as a Case Manager in the Community Support Program. Sandi has been interestedin the mental health field since several family members have severe mental illness and she did not understand anything about mental illness. While in adminstration, Sanid had the opportunity to attend the Family to Family training through Colorado NAMI. Sandi had learn a great deal aboutmental illness from this training and had the opportunity to teach families in Fort Morgan and PhillipsCounty areas. Sandi likes to advocate for family understanding and support to help people with mental illness be able to succeed and do better in life.
Since beginning her work as a Case Manager, Sandi has learned to how to access Social Security to help people get on disability, work with Social Services and AND, Food Stamps, LEAP and access to housing availablity in the community.
Sandi worked in a school system for 15 years and really enjoyed teaching. I was also a 4-H leader for several years and have been able to use these skills to teach nutrition, cooking, food safety, Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP), budgeting and other life skills.