Coleman Names Chudakoff Chief Officer for Trumbull, Mahoning Counties

KENT, Ohio – Coleman Health Services this week named Catherine Chudakoff, a licensed social worker, chief officer for Trumbull and Mahoning counties. As chief officer, she will manage Coleman’s business units in the two counties.

Chudakoff was serving as project director for Coleman’s behavioral health clinics in six Ohio counties. She has over 13 years of experience in the field of social work with five years of supervisory and management experience. She previously served in a variety of roles at Pathway Caring for Children, based in Canton, before joining Coleman in 2021.

“I am passionate about being a part of something bigger than myself,” Chudakoff says. “I enjoy helping people navigate complicated systems and find their worth and full potential, especially those who have been historically marginalized and excluded from full participation.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Catherine Chudakoff to this role at Coleman, as she brings a depth of experience and passion for our work and will provide great value to our clients,” says Hattie Tracy, Coleman president and CEO. “At Coleman, our mission is fostering recovery, building independence and changing destinies for individuals and families. We believe Catherine aligns perfectly with our mission and values.”

Coleman has locations at 611 Belmont Ave. in Youngstown and 103 W. Market St. in Warren. The organization is a nonprofit provider of community based behavioral health and addiction recovery services with a focus on whole-person treatment and wellness. Coleman has offices in 12 Ohio counties and provides services in an additional 23 counties.

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