KENT, OHIO (Sept 8, 2022) – Nicole Martin, a well-known behavioral health clinician in northeast Ohio, has joined Coleman Health Services as its Vice President of Clinical Strategy and Innovation. She began work on September 6.
Martin, a resident of Aurora in Portage County, most recently served as the Executive Director of Silver Maple Recovery in Lorain, Ohio. Before becoming Executive Director, Martin was the Director of External Relations. She was hired to open a new detox and residential treatment center for drug and alcohol services. Her experience includes facilitating all of the activities to acquire state licensure, Medicaid enrollment and Joint Commission accreditation. Prior to joining Silver Maple, Martin was a senior executive with the Centers for Families and Children in Cleveland. Martin is a three-time graduate of John Carroll University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree as well as two Masters degrees in Counseling and Human Services and Nonprofit Administration.
“We are thrilled to welcome Nicole Martin to Coleman, as she brings a depth of experience and passion for our work and will provide great value to our clients,” Hattie Tracy, Coleman Health Services’ president and CEO said. “At Coleman, our mission is fostering recovery, building independence & changing destinies for individuals & families, and we believe Nicole aligns perfectly with our mission and values.”
“I believe in the impact community behavioral health care can have,” Martin said. “Coleman is helping clients in 33 counties throughout Ohio, and I am really looking forward to aiding in the pursuit of its important mission.”
Coleman Health Services is a nonprofit provider of community based behavioral health and addiction recovery services with a focus on whole-person treatment and wellness. Coleman integrates behavioral health treatments with physical health monitoring and social support services such as peer programs, housing, and employment to establish a solid foundation for recovery. Coleman has offices in 10 Ohio counties and provides services in an additional 23 counties.