Opiate conference is Oct. 31 at NEOMED Posted 10/6/2017 - Portage, Summit, Stark, Trumbull The Portage Substance Abuse Community Coalition is hosting the Portage Opiate Conference, “Responding to the Epidemic as a Community” from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 31 at the NEW Center Ballroom at the Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown. The event is being sponsored by the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County, NEOMED, Portage County Jobs & Family Services and the Portage County Health District. Learn More Addressing Opioids Posted 9/28/2017 - Allen Learn More Faces of Recovery Posted 9/13/2017 - Allen Mental illness is a subject that many don't want to talk about, but all of us should be talking about.

Coleman Professional Services and Changing Seasons Day Center are hoping to get the conversation started with the "Faces of Recovery" art project. For decades, society has put a negative stigma on mental illness and substance
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Local nonprofits rally to tackle the opioid epidemic Posted 9/9/2017 - All Seeing more and more of its clients struggling with addiction, The Centers for Families and Children has stepped into the treatment space for the first time.

The Cleveland-based nonprofit, which traditionally focuses on integrated behavioral health care, early learning and workforce services, began offering alcohol and other drug services just seven months ago in an effort to help combat the opioid crisis.
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Coleman's 29th Right at Home fundraiser to be held September 16th Posted 8/30/2017 - All KENT, Ohio (August 25, 2016) Preparations for the 29th Annual Right at Home benefit supporting Coleman Professional Services are being completed by a dedicated committee of community volunteers. This signature event will be held September 16th at the beautiful, scenic home of Sherry and David Joy. Learn More St. Rita's, mental health groups establish opioid withdrawl program Posted 8/18/2017 - Allen St. Rita’s Medical Center and two mental health organizations have created a withdrawal management program to help residents who are addicted to opioids. Learn More Mental illness does not discriminate Posted 7/31/2017 - All Regardless of your background, income level, race, or identity, mental illness affects one in five people across the United States. 9 years ago, July was dedicated as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Although July is over, mental health awaress is an important topic that we should continue to talk about all year! Learn More Happy New Year!! Posted 7/1/2017 - All July starts a new fiscal year for Coleman! Just like at the beginning of each calendar year, the turn of a fiscal year is a great time to look at new goals and resolutions for the company. This year, and every year, Coleman works at THREE main strategies to help accomplish our goal of Fostering Recovery, Building Independence, and Changing Destinies: Learn More Ohioans - your advocacy is needed NOW!!! Posted 6/29/2017 - All You can help influence the Governor to line-item veto! The State Budget is heading to Governor Kasich for final approval and he has the power to line-item veto provisions from the legislature affecting Medicaid Expansion. Learn More Coleman to begin providing services to Turning Point clients Posted 6/16/2017 - Trumbull Coleman Professional services has been selected by the Turning Point Counseling Services Board of Directors to enter into a management agreement to take over operations of Turning Point for a period of 60 – 90 days. Coleman has also been in discussion regarding a Letter of Intent to purchase assets from Turning Point after the management agreement period is complete. Learn More