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Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center Joins Coleman Professional Services Posted 6/28/2018 - Stark Coleman Professional Services and Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center (CIRC) are pleased to announce their new collaboration in Stark County. Beginning July 1, 2018, CIRC will become a stand-alone nonprofit under Coleman. This change was initiated by the CIRC Board of Trustees with the support of StarkMHAR to ensure that CIRC’s clients continue to receive the high level of care that the professionals and staff at CIRC have been providing for many years. Learn More Best Practices on Improving Mental Health for Seniors Posted 5/16/2018 An article published on everydayhealth.com gives some great insight backed by psychiatrists and doctors alike on the importance of mental health in a demographic that falls through the cracks of mental illness. Learn More Pittsburgh Comedians Coming to Jefferson County Posted 5/7/2018 - Jefferson Pittsburgh-based Slapstick Production Comedians is coming to Jefferson County for the first time Friday, May 11, 2018. They will be performing at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville to help raise money to respond to the growing need for immediate access to mental health, addiction and housing services provided by Coleman Professional Services in Jefferson County. Learn More Nelson Burns: Can Passion make us Better Leaders Posted 4/30/2018 - Portage President and CEO, Nelson W. Burns, delivers his TED like Talk fueled by his devotion to if passion can make us all better leaders. Learn More Wick Poetry Center brings healing Posted 2/2/2018 - Portage Alison Ward, a peer volunteer at Coleman Professional Services, said she finds great satisfaction from Wick Poetry Center’s weekly sessions at the Ravenna facility.

“I journaled, but I had never done creative writing,” she said during a visit from Charlie Malone, Wick Poetry Center’s program and outreach coordinator, on Friday.
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Akron Man Gives Back Posted 2/1/2018 - Summit On January 29th, 2018, employees of Coleman Data Solutions in Akron gathered to thank Bob Powell for his generous gift. Powell, of Akron, OH, recently gave Coleman Professional Services $10,000 for an endowment to benefit the employees of Coleman Data Solutions. Learn More Project attempts to remove stigma of addiction Posted 12/10/2017 - Allen LIMA — Individuals battling through mental illness or drug addiction often hide their pain, fear or other emotions behind a variety of masks. Learn More The aftermath of opioid usage in the region Posted 12/2/2017 - Allen LIMA — In Allen County, 71 people died from an opioid overdose from 2010 to 2016. The majority of them were white male laborers between the ages of 31 and 40, according to data from the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Ohio Department of Health. Learn More Coleman Professional Services Acquires Turning Point Posted 12/1/2017 - Mahoning Coleman Professional Services has expanded to Mahoning County by purchasing the assets of Turning Point Counseling Services. Learn More Kids 4 Coleman host 9th annual ‘Spooktacular’ Dessert Extravaganza Posted 11/26/2017 - Portage The Kids 4 Coleman hosted its ninth annual Dessert Extravaganza to benefit Coleman Adult Day Services. This year, the event was held at the Coleman Adult Day Services facility in Ravenna. Learn More