Harbor House Domestic Violence Shelter
Our domestic violence shelter provides emergency, safe shelter and supportive services for women and children who are victims of domestic violence. Education and case management services are also provided on an outpatient basis. A 24-hour hotline is available for victims to access the shelter and other resources.
Harbor House Residential Treatment for Women
The program provides residential treatment for women who are in need of intensive treatment for substance abuse issues. The length of the program will be determined based on individual need. Children may accompany their mothers while in treatment. For more information call 330.365.9947.
Harbor Point Domestic Violence Shelter in Carroll County
The program provides residential treatment for women who are in need of intensive treatment for substance abuse issues. The length of the program will be determined based on individual need. Children may accompany their mothers while in treatment. For more information call 330.476.6056.
Recovery Point is a sober living environment for men in early recovery from opiate addiction. With peer supports and a live-in house manager, the goal of Recovery Point is to help men become stable in their recovery, assist them with finding employment and housing, and help them build sober supports. The house takes a holistic view of recovery, incorporating nutrition, fitness, general wellness, skill building, and sober leisure activities into treatment. Eligible individual must have a minimum of 4 months sober from opiates and be experiencing some housing difficulties.
For more information call 330.343.2778 or our 24-hour hotline: 330.364.1374, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our foster care program offers placement for children in county custody who are in need of loving homes. Through our medically fragile program we place children with medical problems, handicaps, developmental disabilities and/or traumatic separation issues, from birth to age 18. Our treatment foster care is an alternative to residential care for emotionally troubled children ages 4–18 years who need to learn ways to deal with unhealthy behaviors. Foster caregivers receive extensive training and support and are licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. We are able to serve youth in counties throughout the State of Ohio. For more information: Call 888.505.2691 or e-mail email@example.com.
Early Childhood Mental Health Treatment
Our programming works with children, from birth to school age, who are struggling with emotional or behavioral difficulties, either in the home or the community. Our therapists work with parents, teachers, counselors and other professionals to offer the best treatment options.
Home-Based Family Treatment
Our unique, home-based counseling offers intervention for families who need intensive child, youth, adult or family counseling, delivered in the family home. Our counselors work with a wide range of concerns including mental health issues, family communication, anger management, parent-child conflict, behavioral problems, alcohol and drug issues and effective parenting.
Our integrated treatment service works with individuals to overcome co-occurring substance abuse and mental/behavioral health problems. This community-based service supports the recovery process with individual counseling, case management, and crisis management. Our therapists and other service providers are trained in both mental health and chemical dependency.
We provide personalized, professional services at our outpatient counseling offices to address a wide range of issues including parent-child conflict, marriage or relationship problems, anxiety and stress management, depression, grief, loss, abuse, victimization, drug and alcohol issues and other mental health concerns.
PROTECT Therapy Services
Prevent Relapse Occurrence Team with Enhanced Case management (PROTECT) is designed to work with juveniles with sexual behavior problems who are staying in or returning to the community. PROTECT is a highly structured and efficient program set up in three distinct phases that address education, safety planning and identified risk factors along with the primary mental health concerns.
School-Based Counseling and Support
Our program is designed specifically for the school setting and includes individual, group, parent and family counseling. Our counselors address the social-emotional learning needs of students struggling with behavioral health concerns. Working in the schools allows counselors the ability to consult with school professionals, helping to improve a student’s ability to learn and thrive in the academic setting.
For more information call 330.343.8171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These services are available for individuals who require additional support, beyond counseling, to deal with life’s challenges. Our psychiatrist/nurse practitioner helps improve everyday functioning through counseling and medication that is monitored closely throughout the treatment process. For more information call 330.343.8171 or email email@example.com.
Substance Abuse Counseling
Licensed professionals assist and support individuals and families, on an intensive and non-intensive, outpatient basis, to achieve sobriety. Our goal is to establish a client’s abstinence from any and all mood-altering drugs and develop an individualized program of recovery. Counselors utilize special skills to assist individuals, families or groups in achieving objectives through exploration of alcohol and drug problems and/or addiction and their ramifications. Services include assessment; individual, family and group treatment; relapse prevention and education, medication maintenance; crisis intervention; and links to community resources. Psychiatric services also are provided as needed.
Substance Abuse Professional Services (SAP)
A transportation worker who has violated DOT regulations is required to follow a specific procedure, conducted by a trained and qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), before being considered for return to safety-sensitive duties. PFCS works with the individuals to meet their SAP needs and participate in the effort to ensure public safety.
For more information, including referral and eligibility requirements: call 330.343.8171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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