Behavioral Resources for College Campuses
400 Tuscarawas St W # 200, Canton, OH 44702 330-438-2400
Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Professional Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.
Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment, and supportive services to nine Ohio counties and surrounding communities.
Click the links to read more about their history, meet the caring professionals who lead them, or learn about the community partners who help fund their nonprofit and stay connected with news and stories that illustrate their mission and vision.
Many organizations offer some fragments of behavioral health, residential, employment, and supportive services. But only Coleman offers the comprehensive, whole-person treatment to children, adults, and families in the communities we serve – regardless of their ability to pay.
1341 Market Ave N, Canton, OH 44714 330-453-8252
CommQuest services are designed to work together seamlessly to ensure you get the help you need all in one place. Their counselors work with you throughout your mental health journey to provide a constant source of HOPE and support.
- Mental Health Counseling
- Psychiatric Services
- Case Management
- Art Therapy
- Intensive Home-Based Treatment
- Trauma Recovery
- School-Based Mental Health
4319 Hills and Dales Rd NW, Canton, OH 44708 330-492-2006
Barbara Fordyce, Ph.D. and Associates is a private practice center offering comprehensive mental health and personal growth services. Individuals of all ages- adults, adolescents, and children- can profit from assistance in resolving life problems. Barbara Fordyce, Ph.D. and Associates offer a wide range of counseling and psychotherapy services designed to aid the individual or family to better understand the process of problem-solving, effective communication, and personal growth.
Their group practice offers competent professionals with wide backgrounds and skills to assure that the most efficient approach and professional techniques are available with varied theoretical backgrounds and approaches.
Barbara Fordyce, Ph.D. and Associates help adults, teens and children come to terms with stresses and problems in their lives. For example, our highly trained mental health professionals:
- help couples develop problem-solving and communication skills
- help families with children diagnosis and overcome learning and behavioral problems
- identify and treat problems such as depression and anxiety-related disorders
- identify intellectual and emotional strengths and weaknesses
- help individuals cope with the end of a relationship or loss of a loved one
- improve motivation, efficiency, and job satisfaction
- help people deal with stress so they can maintain full and healthy lifestyles
- improve performance in school, sport, business, and other areas
624 Market Ave N, Canton, OH 44702 330-493-4553
Phoenix Rising was created in 2005 by a group of compassionate professionals who remain committed to helping others make positive changes in their lives. At present, Phoenix Rising has over 100 staff members who are dedicated to the mental health and addictions recovery of those they serve.
Phoenix Rising is a private non-profit behavioral healthcare agency, accredited by Joint Commission and certified through the Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Service Board.
Phoenix Rising provides outpatient psychiatric, counseling, and case management services to children, adolescents, and adults.
They have psychiatrists and Advanced Nurse Practitioners who specialize in addictions, mental health, and dual disorders such as mental illness/intellectual disorders and dual disorders such as substance abuse/mental health concerns.
Their counselors specialize in trauma-informed care, behavioral issues, mental health, and alcohol and other addictions. Available services are individual, couples, family, and group.
Their case management department has case managers who treat adults, children, and family. They are trained individuals who work in the community with people with a severe and persistent mental illness or co-occurring disorder. Case managers assist the individual and/or family by teaching coping skills to meet their recovery needs.