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Three Organizations Under New Name

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/2/2013

Three local organizations have come together to provide unlimited services to individuals and families in our region. The Center, The Rehab Center, New Beginnings and its catalyst companies are now under one name called Catalyst Life Services, An agent of change for body, mind and spirit. The rebranding announcement was made Wednesday afternoon. President and CEO Veronica Groff said Catalyst serves more than 4,000 clients within all of its agencies and another 2,000 clients in preventive and educational services. "We've been working for over a year to establish what our agency is about. We want to convey to the community the many different services we provide," Groff said. Groff  said all services will remain the same in all of the facilities. The programs under Catalyst include The Center Adult Mental Health and Crisis Services, Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Crisis Services, New Beginnings Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services, Audiology Services, Speech Therapy Services, Community Center for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing, District V Forensic Diagnostic Center, Progress Industries and Precise Industries. Groff said the 501c3 statuses and tax ID's of all the agencies has been maintained. She said donors can make out checks to any of the agencies.In January 2010, the Boards and the staff of The Rehabilitation Service of North Central Ohio and The Center for Individual and Family Services joined forces. Groff said they have now combined, within one framework, the ability to serve everyone in our region. For more information visit www.catalystlifeservices.org.

   
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