In Stark County, young people who are held by the juvenile justice system experience secure, temporary custody through the Stark Attention Center. In addition to operating a highly-successful educational program, the 30-bed facility rewards youth for demonstrating pro-social behavior and personal responsibility. Learn more about the Stark Attention Center and find contact information to reach out.
Supporting young people under the age of 19 who are in the juvenile justice system. Services include behavioral and educational programs to help youth and teens re-enter the community as productive young adults.
Online resource library for a wide range of legal topics.
Find resources from TroubledTeens.com to support at-risk youth through many of life’s challenges.
Provides information about mental health, discrimination, reentry and more.
Programs, education and support for those reentering the community after serving prison time.
Programs, opportunities and support resources to encourage positive outcomes for youth offenders.
Find nearby resources for free or low-cost legal assistance.
Hands-on activities to help youth between the ages of 5 and 19 develop lifelong learning skills.
National service programs helping to increase civic engagement and improve lives.
Mentoring program helping young people in Stark County to overcome obstacles and move toward more positive futures.
Supporting local young people as they develop responsibility, character, citizenship and physical fitness.
All-girl, girl-led and girl-friendly leadership-development program.
Maximizing the potential of people with disabilities to become independent, well-rounded, self-confident individuals.
Summer camps, project launches and school-based partnerships that empower middle school students to imagine the world as it could be and put those dreams into action.
Helping members of our community to make healthier choices for their mental and physical fitness.