I am in crisis
If you are thinking of hurting yourself, or have days when you feel like you just can’t go on, help is available. For resources. If you are in crisis, get help immediately.
- Call 330-452-6000, the Stark County Crisis Hotline anytime
- Text 4hope to 741 741, the Crisis Text Line anytime
- Call the Domestic Violence Help Line anytime at 330-453-SAFE (7233)
Call 9-1-1 if emergency services are needed. If requesting law enforcement, you can ask for a CIT-trained officer »
- Trevor Lifeline for LGBTQ youth 1-866-488-7386
- Military & Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, press 1 anytime
- Military & Veterans Crisis Text Line 838255 to get help now
- Call the Homeless Prevention Help Line at 330-452-4363 (8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Trevor Helpline www.trevorproject.org The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBT+) young people ages 13-24.
- Do you need an opiate/heroin overdose prevention kit containing Naloxone (Narcan)? For training and a free Naloxone Overdose Kit »
If someone is ready to engage in alcohol and/or drug (AoD) treatment services, they must first be detoxed from the substance(s) of use. This is where detoxification services come in. Some substances, like alcohol and benzodiazepines, can be deadly to detox from, and require medical monitoring for the individual’s safety. After detoxification, the individual can then be linked with treatment services. Learn more about detox services available from the Board’s Network of Funded Providers. Contact Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center » by dialing the Crisis Hotline at 330-452-6000. Contact CommQuest Services (Regional Center for Opiate Recovery) » by dialing 330-837-9411.
Applies to CIRC: (Y) Sub-acute detoxification refers to detoxification services provided with twenty-four-hour medical monitoring. Services are of brief duration and linkage to other formal and informal services shall be made. Sub-acute detoxification may be provided in a hospital setting as a step-down service from acute detoxification, or may be provided in a free-standing setting with medical monitoring. This service shall be supervised by a physician, under a defined set of policies and procedures, who is licensed by the state of Ohio medical board.
Applies to ReCOR: (X) Ambulatory detoxification services means face-to-face interactions with an individual who is suffering mild to moderate symptoms of withdrawal, for the purpose of alcohol and/or drug detoxification. This service shall be supervised by a physician, under a defined set of policies and procedures, who is licensed by the state of Ohio medical board. Ambulatory detoxification services shall be provided by an outpatient program that is certified by the department of alcohol and drug addiction services. Department certified halfway house and residential treatment programs that want to provide ambulatory detoxification services need not obtain outpatient certification from the department.
Source: http://codes.ohio.gov/oac/3793:2-1-08, accessed Nov. 2, 2015
StarkMHAR Care Network
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? Several of our treatment agencies work with individuals without insurance coverage, such as Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health, Crisis Intervention and Recovery Services, Coleman Professional Services and CommQuest Services. Contact information is listed on the StarkMHAR Care Network directory »