March 30, 2020:
In an open letter to the community, Nelson Burns, President & CEO of Coleman Professional Services, discusses Coleman’s latest response to COVID-19, how Coleman is reshaping select services to meet our client’s needs, and how you can help.
March 24, 2020:
Beginning Tuesday, March 24, Coleman is offering Call-In-Clinics in place 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.
March 13, 2020:
As our communities work to contain the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, Coleman is continuously monitoring developments. We want our clients, staff and stakeholders to be healthy, safe, and well-informed. We know that uncertainty is stressful for all of us, and we are striving to bring clarity where we can.
Coleman is open and operating as usual, except for limiting visitors at our residential facilities and crisis stabilization units. We want to ensure access to services that foster recovery, build independence and change destinies for those we serve. Our staff is following recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in managing our COVID-19 response. Please check our website frequently for ongoing updates.
The most important message is, if you need help, CALL us. Our 24/7 numbers are:
Allen, Auglaize and Hardin Counties: 800-567-HOPE (4673)
Jefferson County: 740-996-7127
Mahoning County: 330-744-2991
Portage County : 330-296-3555
Stark County: 330-452-6000
Summit County: 330-296-3555
Trumbull County: 330-392-1100