330-454-7917

health, hope, happiness
for children and families

Clean Cirque-Du-Lumier-logo2 (002)

Online Auction

Click here to start bidding

C&A offers Online Payment

C&A is pleased to offer online bill pay for our clients. Clients may pay using Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or by E-Check. Please make sure you have your account number ready when making a payment.

Lend Support

Help support our mission for health, hope, happiness & opportunity for all children.

Donate Now

CONTACT US

When a child who needs mental health care, where do you turn?

Contact Info

Become an Intern

Looking to explore career options? Find out more by contacting us below.

Contact Us Below

Contact Us

 

C&A Contact Form

Calendar of Events

 

Aug. 3 to 14 - Let Your Light Shine Online                                     Auction. 
To register and bid, www.childandadolescent.org, click on auction.

 

Aug. 5- Stark County Youth Led Prevention                         Meeting
5 p.m. -6:30 p.m.
Plain Community office
1801 Schneider St. NE, Door 6 Canton
For more information, contact Hannah Cowie at scylp@childandadolescent.org

 

Aug. 19- Stark County Youth Led Prevention                        Meeting
5 p.m. -6:30 p.m.
Plain Community office
1801 Schneider St. NE, Door 6 Canton
For more information, contact Hannah Cowie at scylp@childandadolescent.org

Blog

Long Anticipated LYLS Online Auction is Here

By Dan Mucci | July 27, 2020

Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health’s (C&A) long-awaited and much-anticipated Let Your Light Shine Online Auction is Aug. 3 to 14 featuring an array of items to bid on to suite everyone’s taste. C&A’s auction will feature items to pamper and treat yourself or help you get an early start on Christmas shopping, providing you can … Continued

A typical bon fire may be a teenagers cover up for substance use

By Kaiya Tyler | July 7, 2020

Campfires Now that it’s summer time, that means no school, warmer weather, bonfires and hangouts. Who doesn’t love a good campfire with s’mores, music, and friends? Some pre-teens and teenagers use bonfires as an excuse to get together and experiment with drinking and using different substances (vaping, marijuana and opioids to mention a few). Bonfires … Continued