Melanie Coleman is a Licensed Social Worker (LLMSW) who received her undergraduate degree from Saginaw Valley State University and her Master’s degree from Eastern Michigan University.
Melanie has worked with the mental health population since receiving her bachelor’s in 2014. Melanie has worked with individuals with traumatic brain injuries and substance abuse disorders. Melanie is committed to helping individuals overcome addictions to alcohol and drugs, anxiety, depression, and grief. She has facilitated groups that address addictions, self-esteem, women’s issues along with biblical learning.
Over the last 6 years Melanie has worked with many community groups to advocate, educate and empower the community. Her most recent advocate efforts were with the Michigan Prison Taskforce to establish services that will help with reintegration to reduce recidivism. In addition, she has facilitated public awareness on human trafficking. Melanie’s heart and mission are to be the voice and support for the underserved, underprivileged, and disempowered.
Melanie believes that change happens when people are given the tools and resources they need to create a life of stability. Melanie’s passion is to assist individuals with creating positive systems that draw from personal strengths and experience. Melanie provides an environment of compassion and support to help individuals and families overcome obstacles to move forward and thrive.
Galatians 5:13 (NKJV): For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.