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Business, community leaders recognized for commitment to young professionals Posted 12/1/2016 - Allen LIMA — Area businesses and community leaders were recognized for their commitment to young professionals Thursday night at an award ceremony held in the upper lounge at Old City Prime.

The ILLY Awards — which stands for Inspire Growth, Lead Others, Love Lima and Young Professionals — celebrated those who have influenced and supported the Lima Young Professionals group.

Six individuals and businesses were recognized at the event.
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WHY did she try to kill herself? Posted 11/30/2016 WHY? Why? Was it something I said? Something I didn’t say? Learn More Organizers ready for 48th brunch bunch Posted 11/20/2016 Get your bidding paddles ready for the 48th Annual Brunch Bunch Charity "Fun-Raiser" Auction taking place from 8 a.m. to noon Thanksgiving Day at the Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center at 215 S. DePeyster Street in downtown Kent. Learn More Coleman plans "Right at Home" fundraiser at Jameson Manor Posted 11/14/2016 - Allen LIMA, Ohio (November 10, 2016) Local community members are working with Coleman Professional Services to plan the first “Right at Home” fundraiser in Lima. The event will be held on Saturday, November 19th at the beautiful, historic Jameson Manor from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. All funds raised from this event will go to support the services Coleman Professional Services provides in Allen, Auglaize, and Hardin Counties. Learn More Coleman opens Wapakoneta office Posted 10/28/2016 - Allen WAPAKONETA — Auglaize County residents seeking behavioral health, substance abuse and rehabilitation services now have greater access to care with the recent opening of Coleman Professional Services downtown. Coleman held a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday for its new office, located in the former Chase Bank building at 16 E. Auglaize St. The opening of Coleman’s new facility marks the first time in years that the organization has had a physical presence in the county.
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Coleman hosts 28th annual Right at Home signature event Posted 10/28/2016 - Summit The Coleman Foundation’s 28th annual Right at Home benefit was held last month at the beautiful newly-renovated Merriman Woods home of Brian and Lara Steer. It was the first Right at Home event to be held outside of Portage County. This year’s Right at Home raised more than $76,000 to further the mission of supporting children, families, and older adults who are facing mental health and rehabilitation challenges in our community. Learn More Video-Coleman Professional Services open Wapakoneta office Posted 10/27/2016 - Allen Coleman Professional Services has expanded to Auglaize County.
They’ve opened a new office in the former Chase Bank building at 16 East Auglaize Street in Wapakoneta.
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County Chamber Holds its Annual Awards Dinner Posted 10/20/2016 - Jefferson WINTERSVILLE — The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce heard how the film industry is opening economic doors across Ohio and presented its annual awards during a dinner at St. Florian Hall Wednesday night.
The keynote speaker was Ivan Schwarz, president of the Greater Cleveland Film Commission.
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NAMI Helps Bring Mental Illness "Out of the Shadows" Posted 10/19/2016 When a group at Coleman Professional Services’ peer support OPTIONS program decided that a song would be the best way to help NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness) bring mental illness “Out of the Shadows,” David Stump was nominated to write lyrics that bring more public awareness to the stigma of mental illness. Stump, who has schizophrenia, is a talented musician. He accepted the challenge. Learn More Coleman offers services including visitation center Posted 10/18/2016 STEUBENVILLE — Coleman Professional Services receives funding from the United Way of Jefferson County to provide a visitation center where a divorced parent can have supervised visiting with a son or daughter and for it guardianship and payee programs, where a client’s finances are managed. Lisa Ward, Coleman’s Jefferson County chief executive officer, said the visitation center will be opening at the beginning of the year at its offices at 3200 Johnson Road. Learn More