• AoD (Alcohol and Other Drug) Services
  • Crisis Stabilization Unit
  • Group Counseling
  • Housing Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Multiple Locations
  • Peer Support
  • System Navigation


Coleman Health Services provides behavioral health, employment, and social services to Stark County adults with severe and/or persistent mental illness through award-winning services provided by trained and licensed staff members. The Coleman Crisis Center has 24/7 crisis support services. Coleman Employment Services offers employment services, vocational services, situational assessment, job coaching and professional vocational placement to individuals with disabilities. Additional services include Adult Protective Services, Mediation Services, Guardianship Services and Family Care Solutions.

Payment/Insurance Accepted

Medicaid, Medicare, Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay, Private Insurance

Additional On-site Language Competency

Interpretation Line

StarkMHAR-Funded Programs

Intensive Home-Based Treatment Services

Guardianship Program

Permanent Supportive Housing Services

Jail Liaison

Forensic Program

Assertive Community Treatment

Adult & Youth Mobile Response Programs

Behavioral Health Navigator

Services for Transitional Age Youth (“TAY” – ages 15-26)

Crisis Services

Crisis Stabilization Unit

ElderCare Navigator and Recovery

Adult Mental Health/Alcohol and Other Drug Services 

(with or without case management)

Community Linkage Program

Transition Beds

Indigent Hospital Transportation

Medication Assisted Recovery

Peer Navigator

Child and Adolescent Outpatient

Other Locations

Behavioral Health Services: Counseling, Case Management, Psychiatric Services

1410 West State St.
Alliance, OH 44601



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