Ribbon Cutting Held to Open Rediscover Hope Art Exhibit

Posted on September 20, 2021

Coleman Health Services and ArtSpace/Lima have partnered to bring art from local artists in an event to raise awareness to the increasing need of mental health and recovery services to our area with the 5th annual Art for Recovery event.

On Monday, September 20th, at 11 a.m., Visit Greater Lima held a ribbon cutting to open the “Rediscover Hope” exhibit at ArtSpace/Lima’s entrance, located at 65 Town Square.

The exhibit will be open to the public September 20th – October 20th, Tuesdays – Saturdays 10 am – 5 pm.

Throughout the exhibit, art lovers will enjoy pieces in all mediums that portray the light, feeling, and emotion of hope and recovery. Submissions to the exhibit are from artists from around the area, including some from 5 local high schools.

Starting October 4th and running through October 20th, supporters can participate in its signature art auction, raffles and more during the online giving event to support Coleman. The auction will conclude with a wrap up celebration to be held virtually starting at 6:30 pm on October 20th, where winners of auctions and raffles will be announced and stories of hope from our clients will be shared. Each year Coleman Health Services holds this signature event, which continues to be a unique evening bridging the communities Coleman serves in Allen, Auglaize and Hardin counties.

Registration for the event is now open and sponsorships are available by contacting Coleman Health Services at 330-676-6876, emailing howtohelp@colemanservices.org or by going to: colemanservices.org/events/artforrecovery2021/

Coleman Health 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 seven 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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