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Caring Community

Official blog of Coleman Health Services

Caring Community is Coleman’s blog that reports on many aspects of the ever-changing world of behavioral health, recovery and social services. They include stories about wellness, support, new insights, what is happening globally, nationally and locally in the communities served by Coleman Health Services.

Coleman Mobile Response Unit Brings Help When and Where It’s Needed

A mental health crisis can occur at any time and at any place – home, work, school, or any public space. In the past, a person in crisis had to be taken to a hospital or a behavioral health facility for care. Today, that help can come to them. All it takes to initiate...

Stark CSU Staff Spotlight – Rhonda Jones

Managing a kitchen and creating home-cooked meals for large groups isn’t something that comes naturally to many people, but for CSU Crisis Tech Rhonda Jones, she makes it look easy – and delicious. When CSU Director Ashley Fuller interviewed Jones two years ago, she...

How Healthy Nutrition Supports Successful Recovery at Coleman’s CSU

When clients spend time in Coleman’s Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), they benefit from more than just counseling as they continue their journey to recovery. Their time in the CSU lays the foundation for learning healthy habits and how to maintain them for the long...

Coleman Supports a Positive Approach to Trauma-Informed Care

As a trauma-informed organization, Coleman Health Services understands that different types of trauma can result in a number of ways – physical, emotional, and mental. But trauma is also a subjective experience. What might be considered traumatic for you might not be...

Stark CSU Staff Spotlight – Ashley Fuller

A Commitment to Trauma-Informed Care While Ashley Fuller has been a licensed counselor with Coleman Health Services since 2018, she had been interested in the graduate internship available at Coleman Health Services since the program began in 2017. “Trauma-informed...

Peer Support Specialists Do That?

Peer Support Specialists Do That?

Get Connected with Peer Support Right from the StartWhen you’re struggling with addiction, mental health issues, grieving the loss of a loved one, or facing challenges with adopting a child, it can be difficult to reach out for the help you need. Certain life...

Stark CSU Staff Spotlight – Zach Jones

Meet Zach – he began working for the CSU as a crisis technician when it went by another name. Today, he continues putting his heart into his work for Coleman clients while he studies for his Master’s Degree in Counseling. We asked Zach about his experience working for...

How CIRC Became Coleman Crisis Stabilization Unit

Founded in 1972, an organization called CIRC (Crisis Intervention & Recovery Center) served the people of Stark County who faced addiction or a mental health crisis. CIRC operated 11 detox beds and 13 observation beds. Like many small agency nonprofits, CIRC...

What We Do

You may have seen our information flyer around the community explaining the main services offered by the Coleman Crisis Stabilization Unit. What we are not is a service that provides 9-1-1 treatments. Also, we do not hold people involuntarily – everyone here has...