Stark County’s goal is always to keep all students safe – physically, socially and emotionally. Inside and outside of the classroom, many resources are in place to support our local students. From guidance counselors and mental health specialists to school resource officers and ongoing building improvements, Stark County has taken many steps to improve the safety at our local schools.
If you or someone you know has a concern about your safety while in school, talk to an adult you trust, request services from the Youth Mobile Response Team or contact your local district to learn about the safety resources available in your school. In situations requiring emergency attention, dial 911 right away.
Mobile behavioral health services are available for youth in their homes, at school and in various other community settings. This service can be accessed 24/7.
To reach out for support, contact your school guidance counselor or administrator.
Resources to help parents identify the signs of substance use and take steps to intervene.
Learn how to safely intervene when someone you know is experiencing a mental health or addiction crisis.
An anonymous tip line service that is free to use for every public and private school district in Ohio.