How to be an advocate for youth in your Stark County community

By Emily Provance on February 26, 2019

Sharing resources can help our youth and those who care about them

When young people have the knowledge they need to succeed, they have the power to grow and develop in a positive way.

Sharing the information on StarkHelpCentral.com will help improve the system of care for youth in our community. These resources can help parents, school counselors and other involved adults better coordinate services to support youth in need.

Find out how you can be an advocate for youth in our community by watching the video below.

Find resources for basic needs, drug and alcohol use, health, parenting and more on StarkHelpCentral.com today.

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