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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

June 1 to June 31 - Triple P Parenting classes. Classes are also offered in Spanish.
Four, 30 minute sessions, in-person or Zoom
Parents of children ages 2 to 12. Call Larissa Haring at 330-433-6075,  or @triplepca to 81010.

June 14-19 - At North Canton Jaycees Fair

June 21 - Peer Advocate Group
919 Second St. N.E., Canton
For more information, call 330-470-4061

June 22 - Triple P: Dealing with Disobedience in Children
Ages 2-12, Zoom, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Click to Register

June 23 - 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

June 26 - Triple P: Manage Fighting and Aggression in Children,
Ages 2-12, Zoom, 1-3 p.m.
Click to Register


* 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

Self-Care that really works for you!

By Mary Kreitz | April 13, 2021

We’ve all seen them, the articles urging us to improve our lives by practicing good self-care.  There are countless books, blogs, videos, and workshops designed to teach us simple strategies to make our lives better.  The suggestions typically involve everything from indulging ourselves with bubble baths and sugary deserts, to spending time in nature, to … Continued

Acknowledging and working through grief and loss during the pandemic

By Mary Kreitz | March 30, 2021

We are a nation in mourning.  In February, we passed the landmark of 500,000 deaths in the U.S. due to the effects of COVID-19.  That’s half a million people who died.  Add to that the nearly three million people who died of other causes over the past year.  Those are staggering statistics, but they aren’t … Continued