Coleman Cares – Your Health Is Our #1 Priority
Updated Monday, March 23:
We know that uncertainty is stressful for all of us. Coleman is striving to bring clarity where we can. We want our clients, staff and stakeholders to be healthy, safe, and well-informed. We also want to ensure access to services that foster recovery, build independence and change destinies for those we serve.
During this time, our staff is following recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in managing our COVID-19 response.
Beginning Tuesday, March 24, Coleman is offering Call-In-Clinics in place of our usual Walk-In Clinic Hours. These virtual appointments will help preserve social distancing while still providing immediate help to those in need. Find a Call-In-Clinic available near you.
“Telehealth” Virtual Visits are still available for all Coleman clients with a previously scheduled appointment. Receive the same same great service without coming into our office. Virtual visits with Coleman are confidential, convenient. To change your in-person appointment to a virtual one, simply call us at (800) 673-1347. Appointments will be conducted either over the telephone, using FaceTime or Microsoft Teams.
For those attending their regularly scheduled appointments, please continue to take precautionary actions for your health and those around you. If you have a cough or a fever—please, stay at home, feel better, and contact us to reschedule your appointment at (800) 673-1347.
All Coleman Events have been cancelled through May 15th. Our staff is diligently working to reschedule. Make sure to check our social media for regular updates. You can call (330) 676-6876 or email Coleman Professional Services with questions.
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Someone from Coleman will respond to your request within 24 hours. If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1. If you are in a crisis, call one of Coleman’s crisis hotlines. Find your crisis hotline here
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