Stephanie Kutcher

Stephanie Kutcher, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor with almost 10 years of experience in the behavioral health field. She has a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling and Human Development, with a dual study in mental health and school counseling. Stephanie is the Client Services Coordinator at Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery. In her role, she is the organization’s Client Rights Officer, and she works to assist the current system of care in becoming more trauma-informed. Stephanie participates in multiple community collaboratives and committees, covering topics such as trauma and resiliency, mental illness and developmental disabilities and human trafficking. She has experience working in the partial hospitalization and non-profit settings in clinical and administrative roles. She has also worked in group homes with various populations including adolescents, as well as adults with both mental health diagnoses and developmental disabilities.

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BLOG: Working Together: Local Experts in Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Are Identifying Important Intersections in Service

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March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. According to the National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD), the goal for this month is to raise awareness about developmental disabilities, tell stories of people who live with a disability and show their lives. Visit their webpage » to check out resource guides, social media images, links, …

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BLOG: Stark County organizations collaborate to explore mental health benefits of art expression

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Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery has approved funding for a 16-week pilot program through the Canton Museum of Art called Art for Health & Healing. The first eight weeks are on track to begin at the end of this month, which aligns with November as Arts and Health Month. The remaining eight weeks …

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