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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
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Calendar of Events

Aug. 4 - Stark County Youth Led Prevention
Plain Office, 1801 Schneider St. N.E, Door 6 Canton,
5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Questions: email scylp@childandadolescent.org

Aug. 6 - SCYLP at First Friday
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Aug. 11 - Stark County Youth Led Prevention
Plain Office, 1801 Schneider St. N.E, Door 6 Canton,
5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Questions: email scylp@childandadolescent.org

Aug. 14 - Let Your Light Shine -
Cirque de Lumiere - Partie Deux
Cultural Center for the Arts - Great Court, 6 p.m.

Aug. 16 - School-based Provider
Megan Huston

McKinley High School Orientation

Aug. 17 - School-based Provider
Sharon Alexander

Clarendon Elementary School

Aug. 18 - School-based Provider
Anthony DiAntonio
Middlebranch Elementary School Orientation


* 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

Respect and acceptance of Pride Month

By Dan Mucci | June 22, 2021

The month of June brings many thoughts and ideas to mind – the year is nearly half over; school is out; warm weather and sunshine are here. However, June also signifies Pride Month, where a community of individuals are still fighting for acceptance. What is Pride month? The history behind this month and its importance? … Continued

Commemorating Juneteenth – Emancipation Day, Jubilee Day and Freedom Day!

By Mary Kreitz | June 8, 2021

What is Juneteenth? Although it has been celebrated for over 150 years, many people are still not familiar with the holiday of Juneteenth.  The name is a contraction that is short for “June nineteenth.”  June 19, 1865 was the day that enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, learned that the Civil War had ended and that … Continued