The transition to adolescence can be difficult for any child, especially for those with mental health needs. Fortunately, services are available to help these young people through difficult times with compassionate and confidential care.
With help from local service providers, educators, mental health professionals and community advocates, many teens and young adults can learn to strengthen their mental health and go on to live full, enriching lives.
School settings can be one place where the need for mental health consultation and/or treatment services is observed. Use the Stark County Schools Mental Health Directory for more information.
Therapy, group counseling, support groups and prescription medications are just some of the ways young people in Stark County can learn to cope with a mental health condition.
If you or someone you know is experiencing an urgent mental health concern, call the hotline right away. It’s free, confidential and intake specialists are available 24 hours a day.
For teens and young adults who require mental health support in their homes, at school or in various other community settings, help is just a phone call away.