If you or someone you know are in crisis, please immediately contact:

Crisis Hotline: Anytime at 330-452-6000
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Anytime at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line: Text 4hope to 741 741 anytime
Domestic Violence help line: Anytime at 330-453-SAFE (7233)

National Human Trafficking Hotline: Call: 888-373-7888 ; Text 233733
Trevor Project Lifeline: LGBTQ youth anytime at 866-488-7386

Trans Lifeline:  877-565-8860 is available 18 hours a day. Learn more about Trans Lifeline
Homeless Hotline: 330-452-4363 for all Stark County homeless housing requests
Military & Veterans Crisis Line: Anytime at 1-800-273-8255, press 1
Military & Veterans Crisis Text Line: Anytime at 838255
Opiate Hotline: 330-454-HELP (4357) for community information, education, support and connection to services anytime, day or night

TransCEND:  Resources, community and support for trans community and allies: TransCEND

List of Trusted People I can ask for help and call:  
1. What family members?
2. What friends?
3. Cleveland Crisis Line (24 hours a day, 7 days a week): 216-623-6888  
4. Cleveland Crisis Text: 4HOPE to 741741  
5. National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-8255
6. Go to your nearest hospital emergency room  
7. Call 911

Individual, Couple and Family Therapy

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Mental Health Resources in Stark County

Stay Mindful:  
1. Find a quiet place for just a few minutes. Get yourself into a comfortable sitting position with your feet flat on the floor. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing only. Do this for a few minutes. Listen to the sound of your breath and notice how your body feels during this time. When thoughts of other moments come racing into your mind, acknowledge them and let them go by as if they are on a conveyor belt, and refocus your attention on your breath again. Do this over and over.

2. Spend a few minutes each day writing down five things you are thankful for that day.

3. When you are walking outside or at an event, focus on one of your senses. For example, for vision, notice the colors of objects around you or for hearing, listen to the sounds around you and label them nonjudgmentally (eg “That building is gray,” or “I hear a horn honking”). 

The Relationship Center

List of Coping Skills that might make me feel better: 
1. Talking to someone
2. Going for a walk
3. Taking a nap
4. Exercising  
5. Watching TV/Listening to music  
6. Eating something crunchy  
7. Taking a warm bath or shower
8. Cuddling with a pet  
9. Shopping  
10. What other distractions? /How can I self soothe?  

COVID19 Resources

Stark Help Central is a great collection of resources for everything mental health in Stark County, including, crisis information, support groups, LGBT+ support, children, addiction, etc.

We are proud to partner with the Dismantling Racism Coalition of Stark County and invite you to join us on the journey to dismantle racism in our county by participating in the upcoming Unity Challenge to Dismantle Racism.

The Unity Challenge is designed to create dedicated time and space to build more effective social justice habits, particularly those dealing with issues of race, power, privilege, and leadership. Learn more