Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc. has a strong desire to see women thrive in the community. When women come together to heal, their families and their communities begin healing also.
Providing specialized treatment services and skills training for women.
Women’s Specialized Services Provided:
-Substance Use Disorder Counseling
-Group Treatment for Trauma and Addiction
-Mental Health Assessments
-Human Trafficking Identification and Treatment
-Individual Counseling for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
-Case Management Services
-Nurse Practitioner Appointments
-Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Vivitrol
-Clothing and Food Services
-Recovery Peer Support
-Life Etiquette Education
-Anger Management Education
-Family Reunification Support
MCMS Women’s Center
4600 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
The Greater Cleveland Drug Court held its first Community Symposium of the year, “Bridging the Gap: Opiates vs. Crack”
Source: Cleveland Municipal Court
The Greater Cleveland Drug Court held its first Community Symposium of the year, “Bridging the Gap: Opiates vs. Crack” on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at Imani Temple Ministries in Cleveland Heights. Approximately 175 attended the panel discussion which focused on the effect crack-cocaine has on our communities as well as on family life.
With the rise of heroin use, national attention to crack-cocaine is non-existent even though this drug continues to be a major problem. Click “Drug Court Symposium Draws Crowd to Discuss Crack Addiction in Opiate-Focused Times” for coverage of this event on Cleveland.com.
Resources for assistance were provided including the services and programs available through the Greater Cleveland Drug Court. Thank you to everyone who participated in this event.
Judge Lauren Moore, Cleveland Municipal Court, Greater Cleveland Drug Court Judge
Judge Jimmy L. Jackson, Jr., Cleveland Municipal Court
Judge Joan C. Synenberg, Recovery Court Judge, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court
Margaret Baughman, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate, Case Western Reserve University
Anita Bradley, Founder and Executive Dir., Northern Ohio Recovery Association (NORA)
Wallace Green, LICDC, Probation Officer, Greater Cleveland Drug Court
Daryl Jackson, Ph.D., Program Coordinator, Greater Cleveland Drug Court
Martina Moore, Ph.D., President & CEO, Moore Counseling & Mediation Services
Antonio Nicholson, Esq., Assistant Cuyahoga County Public Defender
Michael O’Malley, Esq., Cuyahoga County Prosecutor
Rev. Dr. Rodney S. Thomas, Senior Pastor, Imani Temple Ministries
Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc. (MCMS) President and CEO Dr. Martina Moore along with Vice President and COO Brian T. Moore received the Business Person(s) of the Year award Thursday, May 4th at the Euclid Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner.
The two were recognized for this award because of their dedication to the substance abuse and mental health issues that our communities face. They were also recognized for their dedication to the City of Euclid.
“It is such and honor to receive this award, I am proud of the services we have provided this community over the last 17 years” Brian Moore said.
MCMS has seven outpatient alcohol and drug treatment centers in Northeast, Ohio. MCMS is dedicated to ensuring individuals are getting the help they deserve by providing compassionate and specialized services to clients. MCMS has been a vital business in Euclid for 17 years.
The state of Ohio leads the nation in heroin related overdose deaths. The staff at MCMS is committed to helping clients obtain treatment services for them to maintain sobriety.
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Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc (MCMS) is an outpatient organization with six location in Northeast Ohio. MCMS also provides employee assistance programs, organizational development, mediation services and training. Over the past 15 years, MCMS has positively impacted the lives of thousands of people through mental health, substance abuse and employee assistance services.
Led by President and CEO Martina Moore Ph.D., MCMS is in the community every day actively looking to make changes within families locally and around the world. The community service efforts put forth by the MCMS team are never-ending. Moore leads the organization’s staff in volunteer efforts, such as offering a monthly feeding program in Euclid that feeds hundreds in need of a healthy hot meal.
Dr. Moore wrote, and was awarded, a grant from SAMHSA to purchase 300 Naloxone kits that were distributed throughout Northeast Ohio. Naloxone is used to reverse the effects of heroin and other opioid overdoses. The kits received from the grant were given free of charge directly to patients dealing with opioid addiction and their family members in hopes of saving lives.
Several organizations benefit from MCMS’s community services. MCMS, along with the Cleveland Municipal Courts, started the first human trafficking docket in Northeast Ohio under the leadership of Judge Marilyn Cassidy. MCMS provides treatment, transportation, employment training, employment placement an other vital services to assist human trafficking victims. MCMS partnered with Jordan Community Resource Center to open three recovery homes for human trafficking victims.
Story by Cleveland Municipal Court staff:
The Greater Cleveland Drug Court held its second Community Symposium on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Moore Counseling and Mediation Services in Euclid, Ohio. Special thanks to Moore Counseling and Mediation Services for hosting this event.
Approximately 225 people attended the panel discussion on the heroin epidemic and how it has affected Euclid and surrounding communities. Questions from the audience followed the panel presentation which included a video on the heroin epidemic produced by Cleveland’s Fox 8 I-Team. Resources for assistance were provided including the services and programs that are available through the Greater Cleveland Drug Court.
Heroin use has been rising both in Ohio and nationally. Twenty-three people on average in Ohio are dying from heroin overdoses weekly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Ohio had the second highest number of drug overdose deaths nationwide in 2014, and in 2016 Ohio continues to lead the nation in accidental overdoses.
Moore Counseling is IN THE NEWS…
Dr. Martina Moore, President of Moore Counseling & Mediation Services.
When Dr. Martina Moore and her husband started Moore Counseling & Mediation Services 15 years ago, they never expected it to grow to seven locations. The business began to experience some growth in 2009, but their revenues have nearly doubled each year since Moore completed the 10,000 Small Businesses program in 2013.
Moore’s husband encouraged her to participate in 10KSB when they learned of it through their local chamber of commerce. She didn’t want to apply at first, because she said she had a “mental block to business.” However, her mindset changed while in the program – she became an owner instead of a worker. She learned how to keep up with her business’ growth and now takes time every day to think about what steps to take to stay ahead of it.
The Moores opened two new locations in the same year, including one in Lorain County. They are currently planning two additional locations.