Melissa Larkin-Skinner, chief clinical officer at Centerstone of Florida, Manatee County's behavioral health provider, shows where crews are renovating a 2,700-square-foot psychiatric unit at 2020 26th Ave. E. that should be finished and opened by August, 2016. The $540,000 project will create four new bedrooms, a community room and a cafe, that are needed for much needed mental health and addictions care.
Melissa Larkin-Skinner, chief clinical officer at Centerstone of Florida, Manatee County's behavioral health provider, shows where crews are renovating a 2,700-square-foot psychiatric unit at 2020 26th Ave. E. that should be finished and opened by August, 2016. The $540,000 project will create four new bedrooms, a community room and a cafe, that are needed for much needed mental health and addictions care. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com
Melissa Larkin-Skinner, chief clinical officer at Centerstone of Florida, Manatee County's behavioral health provider, shows where crews are renovating a 2,700-square-foot psychiatric unit at 2020 26th Ave. E. that should be finished and opened by August, 2016. The $540,000 project will create four new bedrooms, a community room and a cafe, that are needed for much needed mental health and addictions care. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com

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