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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 16 - 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 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 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

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

Do you use microaggressions? Are you aware of the harm this may cause?

By Mary Kreitz | February 3, 2021

Microaggressions are everyday slights, indignities, put-downs, and insults that people of color, women, the LGBTQ+ population and other marginalized people deal with every day.  These interactions might be comments, questions or actions that send denigrating messages to people because they belong to a minority group.  Microaggressions are rooted in stereotypes and reflect deeply ingrained biases … Continued