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Community Recognition

Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) has been awarded numerous grants throughout its history. The agency has a proven track record and is recognized as the premier mental and behavioral health agency in Stark County. C&A has received grants from non-profit agencies and foundations.

C&A values our community partners who help raise awareness and support our mission of giving children health, hope and happiness.

Grantors:

Arts In Stark
Aultman Foundation
Canton Community Development Block Grant
Canton Rotary Endowment Fund
George Deuble Foundation
Hoover Foundation
Marathon Petroleum
Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
North Canton Medical Foundation
ODMHAS BH Workforce Initiative
Ohio Children's Trust Fund
Ohio Program for Campus Safety & Mental Health
Project St. Nicholas
Shared Blessings
Sisters of Charity Foundation (Stark County)
Stark Community Foundation
Timken Employees Fund
Timken Foundation
United Way

Grants awarded in 2020

COVID-19 Emergency Funding- The Immendiate Impact Alert Fund
Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton - $35,000
Stark Community Foundation - $22,500
Paul and Carol David Foundation - $5,000
Gessner Family Foundation - $2,500

Ohio Children's Trust Fund
The Ohio Children's Trust Fund awarded C&A a $71,673 grant to train five clinicians in Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). Two providers will be trained in Level 3 and three providers will be trained for Level 4. The Triple P programs provides positive parenting tips and strategies for parents to use in raising their children.

Stark MHAR
StarkMHAR awarded a $1,000 Workforce Scholarship to Marissa Cooney.

Grants awarded in 2019

ArtsInStark Grant
ArtsInStark awarded C&A a $3,000 grant in January to support a six-week art project our Trauma Day Treatment Program utilizes with our students.

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton Grant:
C&A received a $5,000 grant from the Sisters of Charity in early April to support C&A’s succession planning with Markwood Partners. Succession planning will include a workshop for selected leadership members; facilitating talent review; conducting succession planning; and facilitating a development plan.

The Aultman Foundation Grant:
C&A received a $17,000 grant from The Aultman Foundation to help cover the cost of Trauma Informed Day Treatment Summer Transportation.

Stark Foundation Grant:
The Stark County Foundation awarded C&A a $2,000 SummerTime Kids, a grant initiative of the foundation. The money will be used to build upon success from previous years using the I Can Problem Solve curriculum.

The Canton Community Development Block Grant:
The city of Canton awarded C&A $70,000 for gymnasium renovations.

The Timken Foundation:
The Timken Foundation awarded C&A a $151,750 grant to replace the roof at the Shipley office.

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton Grant:
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton awarded C&A a $282,244 three-year Infrastructure grant.

Ohio Program for Campus Safety & Mental Health:
The Ohio Program for Campus Safety & Mental Health awarded C&A a $3,905 grant for programming for Stark County Collegiate Mental Health Week.

Timken Employees Fund:
The Timken Employees Fund awarded C&A $4,475 for the purchase of furniture.

North Canton Medical Foundation:
The North Canton Medical Foundation awarded C&A a $5,850 for 15 C&A clinicians to receive certification training for Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

ArtsInStark logo
Aultman Foundation logo
Canton Community Development Block Grant
Canton Rotary Endowment
George Deuble Foundation logo
Hoover Foundation
Marathon Petroleum logo
Margaret Clark Foundation
NCMF
ODMHAS BH
Ohio Children's Trust Fund
Ohio Program for Campus Safety Mental Health (002)
Project St. Nicholas
Shared Blessings
Stark County Foundation logo
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United Way