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All four Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health offices (Alliance, Belden, Canton and Plain) remain open and are accepting new clients. Our staff is here to serve client needs. In case of illness, please contact us to reschedule your appointment. Please call (330) 433-6075 to talk to our staff.
To prevent the spread of Coronavirus (officially called "2019-Novel Coronavirus" or "COVID-19") illness or other illnesses, including the flu:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water
- Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze
- Stay home when you're sick
- See your doctor if you think you're ill.
Visit The Centers for Disease Control website for information on the Coronavirus.
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April - Due to the COVID-19 Virus, all events at this time are cancelled
May 1 to 31 -
National Mental Health Awareness Month
The COVID-19 Pandemic has forced all Stark County children in grades K-12 to move to online learning. Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health’s (C&A’s) Trauma Informed Day Treatment students and teachers have had to adapt as well. The students attending C&A’s Day Treatment program, kindergarten through 12th grade, deal with emotional and behavioral challenges that most … Continued
For years now, we have all been hearing about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and the detrimental effects they can have for the rest of a person’s life. Have you heard about Positive Childhood Experiences (PCE)? Research comparing adults who reported high numbers of PCEs with those who reported low or no PCEs found that adults … Continued