740-453-5818 Muskingum County
800-344-5818 Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Noble and Perry Counties
NEED HELP RIGHT NOW? call OUR crisis hotline: 800-344-5818
If you're like most people, you've suffered for years before seeking help. But rest assured...we'll work closely with you to help you feel better, think more clearly, make good decisions, and enjoy healthy relationships to reach your full potential.
Whether you’re looking for individual, marital, group or LGBTQ therapy, our compassionate, highly credentialed counselors, social workers and psychologists offer the experience to help you feel better.
Call 855-231-0502 to talk with someone who can help. Our professionals work with you to find the right approach for your unique situation.
Your team will evaluate your progress, prescribe your medication and monitor the effectiveness of your treatment. Your medical team may also work with our integrated care staff to monitor your overall wellness through blood pressure screenings and chronic disease management.
The groups are led by trained, compassionate therapists who offer support and structure to help you recover. You’ll feel a sense of belonging by connecting with other people who have common needs and interests.
We’ll help you feel motivated to take risks, engage in your treatment and make the changes that can transform your life.
The crisis center accepts people over the age of 18 who have psychiatric illnesses or emotional problems. Services include psychiatric and nursing consultations, case management and individual therapy.
People in crisis may stay in the program for a maximum of 14 days, during which time we’ll help them makes choices about future living arrangements, continued treatment and other issues.
You can get short-term paid training in various jobs such as small parts assembly, maintenance, office work, passenger transport and delivery, custodial services and lawn care. We’ll help you develop your working skills, abilities, stamina and general job readiness…regardless of your current readiness, substance abuse issues, mental and physical health, education, legal problems or past job performance. You’ll determine your own career path and set objectives to reach your goal. We’ll also help you look for the right job with job-seeking skills, job shadowing and hands-on help.
There is no time limit to these services, which means we’ll help you for as long as it takes. We’ll also help if should you lose a job in the future. Best of all, it’s free thanks to tax payer funding. If you receive state or federal entitlements, we’ll even counsel you on those benefits.
You’ll be trained in two to five days a week, followed by a two-week assessment and up to a year of supervised practice at the work center. You’ll be paid and receive benefits, including workers’ compensation and Social Security. (You must provide your own transportation to the center.)
C.O.R.E. provides services for those in paid training as well as those looking for regular employment in their community. C.O.R.E. has agreements with businesses in Allwell’s six-county region to train those enrolled in custodial and lawn care skills. Some training is provided at C.O.R.E.’s sheltered workshop in Zanesville.
Be aware that working at C.O.R.E. can affect your SSI, SSDI, food stamps, housing subsidies and medical cards. The program offers benefits planning so you can make smart decisions before risking these entitlements.
For just $2 a month, members can attend Monday through Thursday during operating hours. The center often becomes a home away from home, offering support and acceptance from people just like you.
Join in the day’s scheduled activities or just hang out and visit with your peers. Weekly Peer Support groups are led by Certified Peer Support Staff and focus on sharing experiences to inspire recovery.
In-Place, 917 Beatty Avenue, Cambridge, Ohio
Beacon Place, 1515 Maple Avenue, Zanesville, Ohio
They get it. They’ve struggled with their own disability, which gives them insight into your feelings and challenges. Their role is not to solve your problems but to listen, explore resources and give support.
Contact us to find out how you can join a peer support program.