StarkMHAR

Care Network

Ability to Pay Guidelines Stark County residents can access behavioral health services regardless of their ability to pay through the Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery (StarkMHAR) Care Network. StarkMHAR funded service providers accept various insurance programs, Medicare and Medicaid. Stark residents that are not covered by one of those options can receive services. Their ability to pay for those services will be determined by their income and could be fully subsidized by StarkMHAR.

In addition, several of our treatment agencies work with individuals without insurance coverage. Their contact information is listed below if you would like to schedule an appointment directly with one of these providers.

  • The Blick Center
  • BrightView (18+)
  • Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health (22 and younger)
  • Coleman Health Services
  • CommQuest Services
  • Pathway Caring for Children (18 and younger)
  • Stark County TASC
  • Summit Psychological Associates, Inc.

Care Network

 

The Blick Center

The Blick Center
6657 Frank Ave NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720
330.762.5425
TTY:330.762.2284
www.blickcenter.org

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18)

Description: Serving early childhood, school age and adult individuals with developmental, behavioral, physical and mental health conditions.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Community Based Intensive Youth services, in coordination with Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities; School-based Consultation.

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid

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Canton Community KidSummit Against Drugs

1227 Gross Ave. NE
Canton, OH 44705
330-453-1155 (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18), Families

Description: KidSummit is a private, non-profit, community-based drug prevention agency established in 1990 devoted to supporting a drug-free environment. We deliver a comprehensive range of prevention services that promotes abstinence from the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (AToD). Our target populations for services are families with youth age 8 through adolescence. KidSummit focuses on community training, environmental, information dissemination, alternatives, problem identification and referral and outreach programming committed to providing families with healthy, positive activities verses AToD use, misuse, abuse and addiction.

*StarkMHAR funded services offered: Prevention

Payment/insurance accepted: Free services

 

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Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health

919 Second St. NE
Canton, OH 44704
330-454-7917
www.childandadolescent.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18), Young Adults (18-25), Families

Description: Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) is a full service, non-profit, trauma-informed mental health organization specializing in the emotional and behavioral needs of children, adolescents, young adults and their families. C&A services include: Front Door/Intake and Diagnostic Assessment; ADHD Clinic; Psychological Assessment & Consultation Services; Trauma-Focused Day Treatment; Early Childhood Services; Parenting Groups; After School and Summer Groups; Psychiatric Services; Trauma Team; Transitional Services; Peer Advocate Services; Sexually Inappropriate Behavior Remediation; Drug and Alcohol Services; Case Management; School Based Mental Health Services; Peer Navigator.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: School-based Consultation; MST/MST-PSB (an evidence-based treatment that seeks to maximize family strengths while addressing family needs. It is an outcome and fidelity-driven model for the highest risk youth); Early Childhood Prevention Program; Youth Intensive Services; SPARK (Supporting Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids: a family-focused, home visitation, kindergarten readiness program.); general Youth Services; services for Transitional Age Youth (“TAY” – ages 14-24); Behavioral Health Prevention; Gemini program (outpatient integrated treatment for youth with both mental health and substance use disorders); Peer Navigator.  

Belden Village Office
4641 Fulton Drive NW
Canton, OH 44718
330-433-6075
All services are available at this location except Day Treatment

Plain Community Office
1801 (1811) Schneider St. N.E., Door 6
Canton, OH 44721
330-470-4061
All services are available at this location except Day Treatment

Alliance Office
1207 West State St., Suite G
Alliance, OH 44601
All services are available at this location except Day Treatment

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid, Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay, Private Insurance

Additional On-site Language Competency: Basic American Sign Language, Pennsylvania Dutch, Basic French, Korean

 

Coleman Health Services

400 Tuscarawas St. W, Suite 200
Canton, OH 44702
330-438-2400
www.colemanservices.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Youth & Young Adults (14-29), Adults (26+), Families, Seniors

Description: Coleman Professional Services provides behavioral health, employment, and social services to Stark County, including Coleman Behavioral Health- serves adults with severe and/or persistent mental illness through award- winning services provided by our trained and licensed staff members. Coleman Employment Services offers employment services, vocational services, situational assessment, job coaching and professional vocational placement to individuals with disabilities. Coleman Social Services- includes Adult Protective Services, Mediation Services, Guardianship Services and Family Care Solutions. The Coleman Crisis Center has 24/7 crisis support services.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Intensive Home-Based Treatment Services; Guardianship program; Permanent Supportive Housing Services; Jail Liaison; Forensic program; Assertive Community Treatment; Adult & Youth Mobile Response programs; Behavioral Health Navigator; services for Transitional Age Youth (“TAY” – ages 15-26); Crisis Services; Crisis Stabilization Unit; ElderCare Navigator, Treatment, and Recovery; Adult Mental Health/Alcohol and other drug services (with or without case management); Community Linkage Program; Transition Beds; Indigent Hospital Transportation; Medication Assisted Recovery; Peer Navigator; Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Consultation and Intervention; Child and Adolescent Outpatient

Additional Location(s):

Coleman Crisis Services
2421 13th St. NW
Canton, OH 44708
330-452-6000

1410 West State St.
Alliance, OH 44601
330-823-6932
Behavioral Health Services: Counseling, Case Management, Psychiatric Services

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay, Private Insurance

Additional On-site Language Competency: Interpreting services available upon request: Spanish, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu

CommQuest Services

625 Cleveland Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44702
330-455-0374
www.commquest.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: All Ages

Description: In 2015, CommQuest Services was born of a merger between Community Services and Quest Recovery & Prevention Services. Today, the non-profit organization is a leader in mental health, addiction recovery and social support services. Its 350 employees feel a calling to more than just day-to-day community behavioral health service but also to build a safe and welcoming community in which people with social, emotional, and addiction issues survive and live their best lives. Mental health services include counseling, case management, Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment, psychiatric services, a rape crisis program, school-based mental health services, intensive home-based treatment, supported employment, art therapy, and trauma recovery. Addiction services include detox (withdrawal management),counseling, residential treatment, Medication-Assisted Treatment, Mom+Me Recovery, prevention services, Driver Intervention Program, Intensive Home-Based Therapy, and drug screen testing. Social support services include a homeless shelter, Samaritan’s Table weekly hot meal program, homeless outreach, Next Level – Education | Employment | Advancement, Canton Friendship Social Center, and payee center.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Adult Residential treatment facilities; Medication Assisted Recovery; Withdrawal Management/Detox; Youth Program; Recovery Court; Quick Response Team; School-Based Mental Health Consultation; the Canton Friendship Center; Canton Payee Center; Childhood Resiliency Program; Adult Mental Health/Alcohol and other drug services (with or without case management); Transitional Age Youth (“TAY” – ages 14-25); Behavioral Health Prevention; Residential Housing Support; Recovery Housing Assistance; Intensive Home-Based Treatment; Peer Navigator; SUD Peer Support; Youth Program Outpatient Treatment

Additional Location(s):

CommQuest Alliance Outpatient
1207 W. State St. Suites F & M
Alliance, OH 44601
330-821-8407
Addiction and mental health counseling, psychiatric services, case management, and rape crisis

Canton Friendship & Payee Center
2200 Cleveland Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44709
Social Center: 330-453-8776 | Payee Center: 330-453-4275
Social center, hot meal program, group skills instruction, and financial management assistance

Cleveland Avenue Outpatient
625 Cleveland Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44702
330-455-0374
Addiction and mental health counseling, psychiatric services, case management, and Supported Employment Program

Deliverance House
1711 Spring Ave. NE
Canton, OH 44714
330-454-6800
Adult female residential addiction treatment and continuous care (with children to age 5)

CommQuest Detox at Aultman Hospital
2600 6th St. SW
Canton, OH 44710
330-830-3393
Withdrawal management services and Medication-Assisted Treatment. Enter through Aultman Hospital ER and ask for CommQuest Detox

Market Avenue Outpatient
1341 Market Ave. N
Canton, OH 44714
330-453-8252
Medication-Assisted Treatment, addiction and mental health counseling, Mom + Me program, drug screenings, and Family Support Group

Metropolitan Centre
601 Cleveland Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44702
330-455-0374
Administration, education and employment services, school-based services, marketing, fund development, and training

Samaritans Table
627 McKinley Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44703
330-454-8044
Hot meal service every Thursday 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Family Living Center
412 Lincoln Way East
Massillon, OH 44646
330-452-9807
Housing for homeless families

Massillon Outpatient
130 1st St. NW
Massillon, OH 44647
330-833-0234
Addiction and mental health counseling, psychiatric services and case management

Massillon Recovery Campus
1680 Nave Road SE
Massillon, OH 44646
Wilson Hall: 330-830-8740 | Driver Intervention Program (DIP): 330-834-1934
Wilson Hall male residential addiction treatment, continuous care, and Driver Intervention Program

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay, Private Insurance

Additional On-site Language Competency: Romanian and Hungarian

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Foundations, A Place for Education & Recovery

116 Cleveland Ave. NW, Suite 200
Canton, OH 44702
330-454-2888
www.foundationscanton.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Adults (26+), Seniors

Description: Our mission statement is to promote recovery through Peer Support, Education, Networking and Advocacy. Foundations provides educational classes, recovery support groups and social activities to all adults and seniors in Stark County. Our Respite Unit (run by volunteer peers on a 24/7 basis) is available for anyone who doesn’t need a hospital stay but needs a break from their routine for a while. We have three beds and the food and stay are free to all. Please see your provider to fill out a referral for you. Our hope is that our guests leave more relaxed and better able to cope. Before things get desperate…Try Respite.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Peer Respite Program; Educational and informational classes about mental health topics; Support Groups.

Payment/insurance accepted: Free services

Additional Location(s):

Foundations, A Place for Education & Recovery
227 Third St. SE, Suite: Make-A-Way
Massillon, OH 44648
330-454-2888
Satellite Location for Education & Recovery Massillon

Payment/insurance accepted: Free services

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ICAN Housing 

1214 Market Ave. N
Canton, OH 44714
330-455-9100
www.ican-inc.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: 18+ – All populations are served with the understanding that children are served as members of a family.)

Description: Every human needs a place to call home. ICAN Housing helps people who struggle with homelessness and mental illness to secure and maintain housing, access community resources and work toward personal goals. The agency owns and operates 45 scattered site residential properties in Stark County totaling 159 units.  Additionally, the agency houses nearly 150 individuals and families with private landlords using subsidized vouchers. Housing types include permanent supportive housing, affordable housing, a residential facility and rapid rehousing.  Many veterans are served through ICAN Housing.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Housing and Housing Supports; PATH Outreach (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness); HAP (Housing Assistance Program); REACH (Recovery and Empowerment Achieved with Community and Housing) program.

Additional Location(s): All programs and administration are housed at 1214 Market Ave. N, Canton, OH 44714.

Payment/insurance accepted: Services are provided regardless of the ability to pay.

Additional On-site Language Competency: French, and Basic Spanish

 

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Make-A-Way

227 Third St. SE
Massillon, OH 44648
330-837-0650
www.makeaway.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Young Adults (18-25), Adults (26+), Families, Seniors

Description: The Make-A-Way Center of Massillon, OH, is a non-profit organization providing free social and recreational activities and also offers educational and peer support programs for its members who have mental illness and/or loneliness.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Social Center; WHAM (Whole Health Action Management) Support Group.

Payment/insurance accepted: Free services

 

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NAMI Stark County

121 Cleveland Ave. SW
Canton, OH 44702
330-455-6264
www.namistarkcounty.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Young Adults (18-25), Adults (26+), Families, Seniors

Description: We are the county’s voice on mental illness and county affiliate of the nation’s largest grass-roots organization, NAMI National, dedicated to improving the lives of persons and families/natural supports impacted by mental illness. NAMI Stark County is a non-clinical agency providing support, education and advocacy. NAMI Stark County has support groups and educational programs throughout Stark County including Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, Basics, Provider and Mental Health First Aid Youth & Adult for those impacted by mental illness and their families/natural supports. We offer advocacy and Patient/Peer and Family Outreach and Support. NAMI Stark County provides workforce and community mental health trainings, presentations and awareness activities.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Education; Support Groups; System Navigator

Additional Location(s):

Heartland Behavioral Healthcare
3000 Erie St. S.
Massillon, OH 44646
330-833-3135 Ext. 2170
Education Programs, Support Groups, Advocacy, Patient/Peer and Family Outreach

Payment/insurance accepted: Free services

 

Pathway Caring for Children

4895 Dressler Rd. NW – Suite A
Canton, OH 44718
330-493-0083
www.pathwaycfc.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: 5+, Families

Description: Founded in 1973 Pathway Caring for Children is a private, non-profit social services agency. Our mission is to help children and families realize the possibilities of their lives through foster care, adoption, and counseling. Pathway serves 14 NE Ohio Counties and offices are located in Canton, Cleveland, Millersburg, and Sebring, OH.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Early Childhood Prevention and Consultation Services; School Based Consultation and Treatment; Behavioral Health Prevention

Additional Location(s):

Pathway Cleveland Office
25300 Lorain Rd Suite 330
North Olmsted, OH 44070
440-586-8202

Pathway’s Jim Bridges Learning Center
1530 25th St NE
Canton, OH 44714

Millersburg/ Holmes County
Services offered at Grace Church
5850 CR 77
Millersburg, OH 44654
Appointments: 330-493-0083

Pathway Sebring Office
156 West Ohio Ave.
Sebring, OH 44672
Toll Free: 1-800-838-7284

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid, Private Insurance, Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay

Stark Community Support Network

1221 Harrisburg Rd. NE
Canton, OH 44705
330-455-2260 (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18), Young Adults (14-29), Adults, Families, Seniors

Description: Community Response Team (CRT): As Victim Service Providers, we are committed to support families in their natural environment as they experience traumatic situations. Our goal is to provide support and assist in linking families to resources through other agencies and to help them after crisis situations.

Community Support Service Initiative (CSSI): The CSSI provides neighborhood-based family centered services that will Identify, screen, link clients to mental health and addiction services and support and foster continued engagement to achieve positive outcomes for self, family and community.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Community Response Team

Payment/insurance accepted: Free services

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Stark County TASC

624 N. Market St.
Canton, OH 44702
330-479-1912
www.starktasc.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (11 to 18), Young Adults (18-25), Adults (26+), Seniors

Description: Stark County TASC, Inc. provides assessment, care coordination, case management and counseling services to adults and youth involved in the justice system who are dealing with substance abuse and/or mental health issues. Our services can be introduced to individuals at any time during the justice process – from arrest through probation or parole. TASC works with the adult court system, police departments, Stark County Jail and the Stark County Family Court. The mission of TASC is to strengthen our community’s resources so that the cycle of criminal activities associated with substance abuse and mental health issues can be stopped.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Youth Program; Polaris Program (alternatives to jail when fitting with Canton Municipal Court); SOR Peer Program (trained peers meeting opiate-addicted individuals and connecting them to treatment/detoxification services); Peer Navigator; Barbershop Education Program; Permanent Supportive Housing Services.

Additional Location(s):

470 E. Market St.
Alliance, OH 44601
330-823-7050
Assessment, Case Management and Outpatient Counseling Services

54 City Hall St.
Massillon, OH 44646
330-479-1912
Assessment, Case Management and Outpatient Counseling Services 

Payment/insurance accepted: Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay

 

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Summit Psychological Associates

832 McKinley Ave NW
Canton, Ohio 44703
Phone: (330) 493-2554
Fax: (330) 493-9520
www.summit-psychological.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Young Adults (18-25), Adults (26+), Seniors

Description: Summit Psychological Associates is a full-service behavioral health agency located in Stark County. With over three decades in business as a mental health provider, Summit Psychological Associates offers the Smart Medication Assisted Recovery Treatment (SMART) Program which uses Vivitrol®, a once a month injectable form of Naltrexone which helps reduce cravings and block the effects of opiates for 30 days. Vivitrol® can be used to treat dependence to heroin, prescription opiates and alcohol. The SMART Program provides comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Adult Mental Health services (with or without case management); Counseling; Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT); Helping Offenders Psychologically and Emotionally (HOPE) program.

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance

 

We Are Troubled On Every Side (W.A.T.O.E.S.)

1225 Gross Ave. NE
Canton, OH 44705
330-806-6323
www.watoes.com (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18), Young Adults (18-25), Adults (26+), Families, Seniors

Description: Through a partnership with Stark Social Workers Network and We Are Troubled On Every Side (W.A.T.O.E.S.), StarkMHAR has approved funding for a Community Response Team to provide support and assist in linking families to resources, services and help following traumatic events in underserved areas of Stark County.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Community Response Team

Payment/insurance accepted: Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay

 


Funded Partners

Children’s Network of Stark County

213 Market Ave. N
Suite 200
Canton, OH 44702
330-451-1700
To report abuse: 330-455-5437 (KIDS)
www.starkchildrensnetwork.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18), Young Adults (18-22 for those with a disability)

Description: StarkMHAR has approved funding for a Law Enforcement Liaison and Peer Navigator through a partnership with the Children’s Network of Stark County. The Law Enforcement Liaison coordinates countywide law enforcement activities for child victims of sexual abuse, severe physical abuse, human trafficking and exposure to violence. The Peer Navigator works with children and their caregivers to reduce barriers and help them connect to culturally relevant, community supports and services.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Family Navigator

Payment/insurance accepted: Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay

 

Stark County Family Council

6057 Strip Avenue NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720
330-492-8136 Ext. 1481
www.starkfamilycouncil.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18), Young Adults (18-21)

Description: The Stark County Family Council works to build a quality system of care for families with children aged birth through 21 years through coordinating systems and services (at both the macro and micro levels), engaging and empowering families and building community capacity. To that end, High Fidelity Wraparound is a service planning and coordination process that brings everyone (e.g., school personnel, probation officers, counselors, pastors and any other identified natural supports) to the same planning table for individual youth with complex needs and/or who are at risk for out-of-home placement to help the youth/young adult and family succeed. The Wraparound team meets on a regular basis and works together to assess progress and make any necessary changes to the plan of care, based on needs being met. The Wraparound program is funded by Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery, Stark County Family Court, Stark County Job and Family Services and Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In-kind support is provided by the Stark County Educational Service Center.

*StarkMHAR funded services offered: High Fidelity Wraparound. In addition, while the Stark County Family Council is not a provider of direct services, it is a cross-system planning body that meets on a regular basis to help build Stark County’s capacity to coordinate systems and services at both the macro and micro levels.

Payment/insurance accepted: Accepts clients regardless of ability to pay

*=Services will begin on a delayed schedule, check back soon for updates


If you or a family member are in crisis…

  • Call 330-452-6000, the Stark County Crisis Hotline anytime
  • Text 4hope to 741 741, the Crisis Text Line anytime
  • Call 9-1-1 if emergency services are needed. If requesting law enforcement, you can ask for a CIT-trained officer »
  • Call the Domestic Violence Help Line anytime at 330-453-SAFE (7233)
  • Trevor Lifeline for LGBTQ youth 1-866-488-7386
  • Trans Lifeline at 877-565-8860 is available 18 hours a day. Learn more about times »
  • Military & Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, press 1 anytime
  • Military & Veterans Crisis Text Line 838255 to get help now