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Agencies & Organizations  Information and Referral Service in Summit County, including Lifeline, MedAssist, Homeless Services.

Adoption: PASSS/Post-Adoption Special Service Subsidy:  $10,000 per child funding for treatment of a physical, developmental, mental or emotional condition. Applies to International, Attorney, Public or Private adoptions. $15,000 per child, if residential treatment is required.

Adoption and Attachment Therapy Center:  treatment center for Attachment Disorders, Trauma, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in children. (Accept PASSS subsidies, above.)

Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board of Summit County:   Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Suicide Prev., Alcohol/Gambling Addiction Services.  See below for more mental health substance abuse resources.

      Interval Brotherhood Home: Addiction Treatment Center, Family Education Program

      Oriana House: Community Corrections and chemical dependency treatment

      Drug Rehab:  Information, resources & treatment for individuals dealing with addictions and related conditions.

BeST Center at NEOMED:  Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (BeST) Center

Blick Center: PT, OT, SLP Therapies, Behavioral Health Services, Case Management for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron

Child Guidance and Family Solutions Comprehensive services for children of all ages, toddler to teens.

Children's Health Insurance Programs (CHIP): Provides free or low-cost health coverage for children up to 19. 

Coleman Behavioral Health: Comprehensive services for children, adolescents and adults

University Hospitals/Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital

Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital

County of Summit Board of Developmental Disabilities: Services for qualifying youth and adults who have a developmental disability and/or functional limitations in multiple life domains.

Greenleaf Family Center: Parenting classes, counseling, anger mgmt., financial counseling, services for the deaf, interpreter services.

Northeast Ohio Disability Resources Guide

Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities:  OCECD/Parent Mentors of Ohio

Ohio Dept. of Education/Office for Exceptional Children: Special Education Resources

Ohio Employment First: State level directive that community employment is the preferred outcome for all individuals with disabilities.

PACER Center:  Assistance Center for Children with disabilities and their families.

Rainbow Babies & Children's/University Hospital:  Pediatric Hospital, Physicians & Outpatient treatment. 

Rainbow Babies & Children's: Financial Assistance Services/Programs

Shelter Care: Temporary shelter for runaways, youth under house arrest or families and children in crisis.

Social Security:  Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for Children with Disabilities Guidelines

Social Security: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for adults who are disabled, 18 and over Guidelines

State Support Team Region 8: Provides free technical support and educational opportunities for families so they can become knowledgeable participants in their child's education.

Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library:  Books, e-books, dvd's, classes, homework help for children, teen's & adults.

Summit County Children's Services:  Safety & welfare agency, kinship, foster & adoption services/funding.

Summit County Educational Service Center: provides professional development and programming to member schools, including Stow-Munroe Falls City.

Summit County Juvenile Court: Addt'l specialty dockets in Mental Health/Substance Abuse (Crossroads) and Developmental Disabilities (New Paths.)

Summit County Jobs and Family Services: Funding agency of food assistance, medicaid, childcare assistance programs.

Summit County Public Health Dept.: Provides immunizations, community care, alcohol and drug assistance

The Emily Program in Cleveland:  Comprehensive Eating Disorder Treatment