Michele Boone

Michele Boone, MA, LPCC-S, CDCA is the Director of Clinical Services at Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery. She is a certified trainer in the Transition to Independence Process Model, Mental Health First Aid for Adults and also Public Safety, as well as How Being Trauma-Informed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses. Michele brings 22 years of experience providing various levels of management/administration for both for-profit and non-profit entities. She has worked in the behavioral health field for 18 years implementing evidenced-based/evidence-supported programming within the Stark County community.

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BLOG: Opiate and Heroin Epidemic: Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Options are Available Locally

Categories: Blog, Featured News
The opiate and heroin epidemic continues to grow and the number of overdose deaths are climbing each year. More and more Stark County residents are looking for prevention, education, treatment and recovery support options. Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery (StarkMHAR) staff often receive calls inquiring about service options within our community. There are …

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BLOG: How to build resiliency and bust stress

Categories: Blog
Stressed? Every single one of us experiences stress. Stress can look and feel differently for each person. What stresses one person out may not cause the same reaction in another. Some amounts of stress can be healthy and helpful to create peak performance; whereas, too much stress can cause mental overload and illness. How much …

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BLOG: Behavioral health and justice system trainings and opportunities

Categories: Blog, Featured News
Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery (StarkMHAR) has worked to develop trainings and materials on our county behavioral health system that equip our partners in the justice system with the knowledge of how our system operates, as well as how to intervene when a person is experiencing a behavioral health emergency or is starting to exhibit …

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