StarkMHAR Care Network Providers

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.

I don’t have insurance, but I need to see a counselor and/or psychiatrist. Are there options for me? Yes. By calling Access to Behavioral Healthcare at 330-617-4747, you can receive an appointment for an assessment in order to receive recommendations on what agency/service is most appropriate for you. Same-day appointments are available by calling during business hours (M-F, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.).

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.

  • Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health
  • Coleman Professional Services
  • CommQuest Services
  • Crisis Intervention and Recovery Services

Funded Providers

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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 education, 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/Education

 

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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.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Assessment, Case Management and Peer Support, Counseling (Individual, Family and Group), Prevention/Education, Psychiatric Services

Locations:

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

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: Spanish, American Sign Language

 

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Coleman Professional Services

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

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

Description: Coleman Professional Services provides behavioral health, employment and social services to Stark County. Coleman Behavioral Health serves young adults (16-26), adults (26+), seniors and families with Severe and/or Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) through award-winning services provided by our trained and licensed staff members. Coleman Employment Services offers employment services, vocational evaluation, situational job 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.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Assessment, Case Management, Counseling, Housing, Prevention/Education, Psychiatric Services, Supported Employment, Supportive Services

Locations:

408 Ninth St. SW
Canton, OH 44707
330-617-4747
Same day walk-in and scheduled appointments available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

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

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

Additional On-site Language Competency: Interpreting services as needed

 

CommQuest Services

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

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

Description: CommQuest Services was created on August 3, 2015, through the merger of Community Services of Stark County and Quest Recovery & Prevention Services. CommQuest provides an array of mental health, substance use and social services to Stark County. Mental health services include counseling, CPST (case management), psychiatric services, supported employment and school-based mental health services. Substance use services include counseling, residential treatment, the Regional Center for Opiate Recovery (ReCOR) and prevention services at area schools.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Assessment, Case Management, Counseling, Detoxification, Housing, Prevention/Education, Psychiatric Services, Residential Treatment, School-Based Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Help, Supported Employment, Support Services

Locations:

1341 Market Ave. N
Canton, OH 44714
330-453-8252
Medication Assisted Recovery Clinic (methadone, Suboxone® and Vivitrol®), outpatient counseling, drug testing

Canton Friendship Center
2200 Cleveland Avenue NW
Canton, OH  44709
Social Center 330-453-8776
Payee Center 330-453-4275
Payee, Social Center

1207 West State St., Suite F & M
Alliance, OH 44601
330-821-3846 / 330-821-8506
Outpatient Counseling, IOP, Drug Testing

46 Federal Ave. NW, Suite 1
Massillon, OH 44646
330-833-0234
Outpatient Counseling, IOP, Drug Testing

220 Short St.
Minerva, OH 44657
330-866-3401
Outpatient Counseling, IOP & Drug Testing

BRIGHT House & Smith House
811 Faircrest St.
Canton, OH 44706
330-639-4408
Adolescent Female (BRIGHT) and Male (Smith) Residential Treatment

Regional Center for Opiate Recovery (ReCOR)
1660 Nave Road SE
Massillon, OH 44646
330-837-9411
Outpatient and Inpatient Opiate Ambulatory Detox

1680 Nave Road SE
Massillon, OH 44646
330-830-8740
Adult Male Residential Services

1711 Spring Ave.
Canton, OH 44714
330-454-6800
Adult Female Residential Services

412 Lincoln Way E
Massillon, OH 44646
330-833-8516
Counseling, Mental Health, Case Management

408 Ninth St. SW
Canton, OH 44708
330-994-1443
CPST

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

Additional On-site Language Competency: Spanish and American Sign Language

 

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Crisis Intervention & Recovery Center

832 McKinley Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44703
330-452-9812
www.circstark.org (to learn more about complete services)

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

Description: CIRC provides a broad array of urgent and ongoing behavioral healthcare services to residents of Stark County, emphasizing recovery-oriented services to individuals with SPMI and SMI. The Crisis Hotline, Crisis Assessment and Intervention, Pre-Hospital Screening, Mobile Response, First Response, Crisis Stabilization and Sub-Acute Detoxification are provided on a 24/7 basis at the Crisis Center. Ongoing services available at the Recovery Center include Mental Health and Drug/Alcohol Assessment, Psychiatric Evaluation, Pharmacologic Management (Medication Management), Individual and Group Counseling and Case Management.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Case Management, Crisis Stabilization Unit, Individual and Group Counseling, Mental Health and Drug/Alcohol Assessment, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Help, Pharmacologic Management (Medication Management), Prevention/Education, Psychiatric Evaluation, Sub-Acute Detoxification

Locations:

832 McKinley Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44703
Business Number: 330-452-9812
Client Services: 330-455-9407
Administrative Offices; ACT-IDDT (Assertive Community Treatment Team – Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment); MST (Multi-Systemic Therapy); Outpatient Services; HOPE (Helping Offenders Psychologically & Emotionally); Free Space

2421 – 13th St. NW
Canton, OH 44708
24/7 Crisis Hotline: 330-452-6000
Business Number: 330-452-9812
24/7 Crisis Hotline; Face-to-Face Crisis Assessment and Intervention / Counseling; Psychiatric Evaluation; Pre-Hospital Screening; Crisis Stabilization Unit; Sub-Acute Detoxification; Mobile Response; Community Education & Prevention; Survivors of Suicide Support Group

Hunter House
1114 Gonder Ave. SE
Canton, OH 44707
330-430-2801
48-Unit Permanent Supportive Housing Complex with on-site support staff for individuals with co-occurring disorders and a history of chronic homelessness

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

 

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Domestic Violence Project

P.O. Box 9459
Canton, OH 44711
330-453-7233
www.DVPI.org (to learn more about complete services)

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

Description: Domestic Violence Project, Inc. provides safe shelter, counseling and recovery services to survivors of domestic violence throughout Stark County. Services provided by DVPI include a 24-Hour Hotline (330-453-7233) as well as community education and outreach. We also offer alcohol and substance abuse counseling at our Renew Counseling and Recovery Center. All services are available to men, women, children and members of the LGBTQI community regardless of the ability to pay.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Case Management, Counseling, Prevention/Education, Substance Abuse Help

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

Additional On-site Language Competency: Spanish, American Sign Language

 

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Foundations A Place for Education & Recovery

800 Market Ave. N, Suite #1500A
Canton, OH 44702
330-454-2888
www.foundationscanton.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Young Adults (18-25), 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 the volunteers that attend. Also we now offer satellite offices in Alliance at the SMHA and Massillon at Make-A-Way. Warmline is a caring voice, a listening ear, a helping hand and a shoulder to lean on. Respite recovery is a journey and for guests who are needing to be relieved of every day stressors for a little while. Our hope is that our guests leave more relaxed and better able to cope. Before things get desperate…Try Respite.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Education, Respite, Social Center, Support Groups

Locations:

Foundations Transitional Age Youth
800 Market Ave. N, Suite #1500A
Canton, OH 44702
330-454-2888
Transitional Age Youth Education & Recovery

Foundations A Place for Education & Recovery
130 E. Simpson Ave., Suite: Alliance SMHA
Alliance, OH 44702
330-454-2888
Satellite Location for Education & Recovery Alliance

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: Children (0-18), Young Adults (18-25), Adults (26+), Families, Seniors (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. The agency houses formerly homeless people in 135 units at 30 different property sites. The agency also provides rent subsidies for 100 homeless people including veterans. ICAN Housing uses cost-effective, evidenced-based practices to engage people who are homeless, assist them in overcoming barriers, gain housing and connect to mental health and other community-based services. The agency provides tenants with ongoing support to meet personal goals and to maintain stable housing.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Housing and Housing Supports

Locations: All programs and administration are housed at 1214 Market Ave. N, Canton, OH 44714. Housing and homeless outreach are provided throughout Stark County

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

 

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Make-A-Way

227 Third St. SE
P.O. Box 904
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

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 affiliate of the nation’s largest grass-roots organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons and families impacted by mental illness. NAMI is a non-clinical support, education and advocacy organization hosting 13 various support groups and four educational programs throughout the county including Family to Family, Peer to Peer, WRAP and Basics. We offer advocacy, family outreach and support. NAMI provides workforce and community mental health trainings and awareness activities.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Education, Support Groups

Payment/insurance accepted: Free services

 

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OhioGuidestone

Stark County location:
401 W. Tuscarawas St., Suite 501
Canton, OH 44702
440-260-6466
www.ohioguidestone.org (to learn more about complete services)

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

Description: OhioGuidestone is a community solutions organization. We offer a unique blend of behavioral health treatment services, skill building programs and prevention opportunities for children and families. At OhioGuidestone, many of our clients struggle with a lack of education and life skills and don’t know how to access personal or community resources to help them improve their situations. We not only help resolve problems that already exist, but teach skills to help individuals become self-sufficient and prevent future obstacles to success. Our services help individuals not only to survive, but thrive.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Case Management, Counseling, Consultation, Prevention/Education

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid, Contract Funding (regardless of ability to pay for contract services)

 

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Stark County TASC

1375 Raff Road SW
Canton, OH 44710
330-479-1912
www.starktasc.org (to learn more about complete services)

Serving Stark: Children (0 to 18), Young Adults (18-25), Adults (26+), Families, 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: Care Coordination, Case Management, Counseling, Peer Support, Substance Abuse Help

Locations:

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

4450 Belden Village St. NW
Suite 701
Canton, OH 44718
330-493-2554
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, we offer adult sex offender treatment to the residents of Stark County.

StarkMHAR funded services offered: Counseling

Payment/insurance accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance; Accepts clients regardless of their ability to pay in cases of sex offender treatment per provider agreement


  • If you or a family member are in crisis, please call the Crisis Hotline anytime at 330-452-6000 or the Domestic Violence help line anytime at 330-453-SAFE (7233).
  • For Crisis Text Line, text 4hope to 741 741 anytime.
  • Homeless Hotline handles all homeless housing requests. Call 330-452-4363.