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CPS Spotlight: Mahoning County

Jun 15, 2020 | Blog, Mental Health, Spotlight

In November 2017, Coleman acquired the assets and management of Turning Point Counseling Services. We were selected from eleven state-wide responses.

Since the acquisition, Mahoning County has been under the leadership of Tammy Weaver, Vice President of Clinical Services. She is responsible for program development, budgeting, staffing, community relations, and day-to-day operations.

A special thanks to her for providing much of the detail for this blog post.

Mahoning County Has Four Primary Services

Psychiatry

Assessments of individuals with psychiatric or emotional difficulties. Prescribers provide medications as needed and monitor their effectiveness, including side effects. 

Counseling

Outpatient counseling services for individuals and group settings. Our mental health professionals are assigned to meet the needs of every client’s service plan.

Case Management

For adults who experience severe and persistent mental illness. They receive treatment in individual sessions that provide ongoing assessment of needs, assistance in managing those needs, and the development of daily living skills.

Evaluation and Diagnostic Assessment

This process consists of gathering information to assess an individual’s behavioral health needs. Clinicians then determine the best service mix of mental health, addiction, employment, and vocational rehabilitation services to assist in recovery.

Logistics

Our phone number is 330-744-2991, and you will find us at 611 Belmont Avenue in Youngstown. While we are open Monday-Friday from 8 am to 5 pm for patients, we also have a walk-in Evaluation and Diagnostic Assessment Clinic for any Mahoning County resident every business day from 12-3 pm.

For those who walk-in, they will receive a COVID-19 screening questionnaire, be asked to wear a mask, and will have their temperature taken if a staff person is immediately available to see them face to face. If no one is available, they will receive a call later that day to schedule or receive a telehealth appointment.

​2020 Goals

Ms. Weaver and her team have three primary goals this year:

  1. Serve more individuals in Mahoning County by raising awareness of their services. They are doing this through TV ads, printed marketing materials, and online resources (i.e., our website, Mental Health & Recovery Board, this blog post).
  2. Open their 14 bed permanent, supportive living residential site by October 2020.
  3. Recruit and retain excellent staff.

Coleman Professional Services is Here to Serve Mahoning County Residents

Customers are our focus. We know the importance of consistent, quality care and will continue to provide that for Mahoning County customers. I look forward to better understanding the needs and concerns of Mahoning County residents and to tailor our services to meet those needs,” stated Weaver.