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Changing Seasons displays Faces of Recovery

Published by: Hometown Stations, Katie Honigford, Anchor A division of Coleman Professional Services is displaying tales of recovery at the Lima Public Library. Changing Seasons has been bringing the Faces of Recovery mask project to different locations in Allen...

Best Practices on Improving Mental Health for Seniors

A challenged brain is a happy brain. So when the kids are grown and you’ve retired from your job, you could find yourself struggling a bit to stay busy and engaged, and you might feel depressed. You wouldn’t be alone. The National Alliance on Mental Illness says that...

Pittsburgh Comedians Coming to Jefferson County

PITTSBURGH COMEDIANS COMING TO JEFFERSON COUNTY Pittsburgh-based Slapstick Production Comedians is coming to Jefferson County for the first time Friday, May 11, 2018.  They will be performing at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville to help raise money to respond to the...

Nelson Burns: Can Passion make us Better Leaders

President and CEO of Coleman Professional Services, Nelson Burns, delivers a passion filled TED Talk like speech about how passion in the workplace has made him a better leader. Follow the link above to watch!

Wick Poetry Center brings healing

Published by: Record Courier Written by: Reporter Bob Gaetjens Alison Ward, a peer volunteer at Coleman Professional Services, said she finds great satisfaction from Wick Poetry Center’s weekly sessions at the Ravenna facility. “I journaled, but I had never done...

Akron Man Gives Back

On January 29th, 2018, employees of Coleman Data Solutions in Akron gathered to thank Bob Powell for his generous gift. Powell, of Akron, OH, recently gave Coleman Professional Services $10,000 for an endowment to benefit the employees of Coleman Data Solutions. Bob...

Project attempts to remove stigma of addiction

Written by J Swygart Published by The Lima News LIMA — Individuals battling through mental illness or drug addiction often hide their pain, fear or other emotions behind a variety of masks. But through a collaborative effort between public and private organizations...

The aftermath of opioid usage in the region

Published by The Lima News By Camri Nelson - cnelson@limanews.com LIMA — In Allen County, 71 people died from an opioid overdose from 2010 to 2016. The majority of them were white male laborers between the ages of 31 and 40, according to data from the Cleveland Plain...

Coleman Professional Services Acquires Turning Point

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (November 30, 2017)   Coleman Professional Services purchased the assets of Turning Point Counseling Services in Youngstown.  The purchase will be effective on January 2, 2018. Turning Point’s Board of Directors issued a statewide Request for Proposal...

Kids 4 Coleman host 9th annual ‘Spooktacular’ Dessert Extravaganza

Published by The Record Courier The Kids 4 Coleman hosted its ninth annual Dessert Extravaganza to benefit Coleman Adult Day Services. This year, the event was held at the Coleman Adult Day Services facility in Ravenna. The “Spooktacular”-themed event featured the...