330-454-7917

health, hope, happiness
for children and families

C&A's Guiding Principles: 

  • Compassionate accountability
  • Servant leadership
    - Caring for others and ourselves
  • Reinvesting in our ability to serve our clients and staff
  • Communicating the “why” behind the “what”
    - Transparency
  • Our staff as the reason for our success
  • Our ability to continually evolve as an organization
  • Caring and supporting each other

Contact Us

 

C&A Contact Form

 Calendar of Events

 

March 1- March 31 - Triple P Parenting classes
Four, half hour sessions, in-person or Zoom
Topic of your choice. Talk strategies in quick, easy, short sessions at no costs. Parents of children ages 2 to 12. Call Larissa Haring at 330-433-6075, lharing@childandadolescent.org or @triplepca to 81010.

March 4- Strengthening Families
Massillon YMCA, 131 Tremont Ave. S.E., Massillon
5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
For more information, text CASFP2021 to 81010

March 8 - Peer Advocate Group
Shipley Office, 919 Second St. N.E., Canton
6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
For more information, call 330-470-4061

March 8 - Strengthening Families
Vine United Methodist Church, 1544 W. Vine St., Alliance
4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
For more information, text CASFP2021 to 81010

March 9 - Strengthening Families
Crossroads United Methodist Church, 120 Cleveland Ave. S.W.
5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
For more information, text CASFP2021 to 81010

March 10 - Stark County Youth Led Prevention
Plain Office, 1801 Schneider St. N.E, Canton, Door 6
Questions: email scylp@childandadolescent.org

* If you or your organization would like to schedule one of C&A's expert clinicians to speak at an event, please fill out the contact us form.  

Blog

Acknowledging your child’s feelings will lead to resilient kids

By Larissa Haring | March 2, 2021

“One of the most important tasks of parenthood is helping children learn to deal with their emotions.  All children experience periods of stress in their lives and need the emotional skills to deal with it.  Children’s emotional resilience, or ability to cope with their feelings is important to their long-term happiness, wellbeing and success in … Continued

Kids staying connected to classmates while learning virtually

By Larissa Haring | February 17, 2021

Social and emotional learning is an important element of development across all school aged children and adolescents.  Many social and emotional skills are learned naturally throughout a school day when in person; listening, following directions, problem solving, waiting, taking turns, regulating emotions and interacting with peers.  With many students learning remotely from a computer screen, … Continued