Coleman Professional Services Art Event Postponed Again

Posted on June 1, 2020

The 4th annual Art for Recovery, an art auction featuring local and area artists, which was to be held in May but was rescheduled for June 3rd due to COVID 19.

As large gatherings are not yet allowed, the in person event has once again been rescheduled for October 8, 2020.

The needs in our communities are greater than ever due to the pandemic, so the Art for Recovery committee is holding a virtual concert with Logan Ross on June 3rd to help funds for Coleman Professional Services of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin counties. It will take place at 6:00 p.m. through a Facebook Live feed and you can join by going the Art for Recovery Hour of Hope with Logan Ross Facebook event page.

The funds raised will help support Coleman clients in our area by fostering recovery, building independence and changing their destinies. Logan has asked that all tips that evening be made in the form of a donation to Coleman Professional Services. Along with the amazing music of Logan Ross, attendees of the virtual event will hear stories of recovery from Coleman clients, learn about critical services provided by Coleman, get a sneak peek of some of the art that will be available at the Art for Recovery event this fall and learn of other ways they can support Coleman.

If you cannot attend, but would like to donate, please go to

Coleman is open and providing services during this time. The agency is following all CDC requirements to remain open and has added telehealth appointments for clients when appropriate. Many of Coleman’s clients are those least able to navigate this new normal without support – the mentally ill, recovering addicts and the homeless. And those suddenly under financial, emotional and physical stress will need Coleman’s services more than ever! Services include but are not limited to: counseling, financial assistance for housing, recovery services and more. 100% of proceeds raised locally, stay local to support Coleman’s mission in Allen, Auglaize and Hardin counties. If you have questions on this event, please email

Coleman Professional Services is a nationally recognized nonprofit provider of mental health, substance use, residential and rehabilitation services. Coleman has served Allen, Auglaize, and Hardin Counties since 2011 and also serves six other Ohio counties. The company’s vision is to foster recovery by providing access to services without scheduling delays; to build independence by providing permanent housing for people with behavioral health challenges and to change destinies by assisting people with disabilities obtain employment, reducing their dependency on entitlements.

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