We understand that at times of heightened tension in our community, many people may be experiencing elevated levels of stress, anger, hurt, frustration, and more. Mental health is incredibly important, and our community has many excellent resources available for those in need. There are also many national hotlines and resources. The below is just a short list. Please visit http://www.211summitmedina.org/ or https://www.admboard.org/ to learn more.
Mental Health Hotline: 330-434-9144
Asian Services in Action (ASIA) provides culturally and linguistically centered social and health services to support all Northeast Ohio communities, especially the Asian American, Pacific Islander, immigrant, and refugee populations. The multilingual staff at ASIA's International Community Health Center (ICHC) offers services on a sliding fee scale including psychiatric and medication treatment, behavioral health counseling, counseling and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for alcohol and substance use, referral to social services, and patient education and outreach.
370 E Market St Akron, OH 44304 | (234) 312-3607 | www.asiaohio.org
Blick Center (https://www.blickcenter.org/)
The Blick Center serves early childhood, school age and adult individuals with developmental, behavioral, physical and mental health conditions. The Blick Center is certified as a Mental Health Agency with Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services and as a Supported Living and Medicaid Waiver Provider with the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities.
640 West Market Street Akron, OH 44303 | 330-762-5425 | email@example.com
Child Guidance and Family Solutions (https://www.cgfs.org/)
CG&FS is a behavioral health agency in Northeast Ohio serving children, teens, adults and families with mental health concerns. They offer specialty services in areas including anxiety and depression, trauma, marriage and family counseling, early childhood education, crisis intervention, sexual behavior problems, early treatment of psychosis and refugee adjustment.
18 North Forge Street Akron, OH 44304 | 330-762-0591 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Coleman Health Services (https://www.colemanservices.org/)
Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.
1815 West Market Street, Suite 301 Akron, OH 44313 | 330-379-0667
Community Support Services (https://www.cssbh.org/)
Community Support Services provides healthcare and hope for adults living with severe and persistent mental illnesses in Summit County. CSS’s programs are accredited by CARF – an independent, nonprofit accrediting body that promotes quality, valuable services and outcomes of service that enhance the lives of the persons served.
150 Cross Street Akron, OH 44311 | 330-996-9141
Greenleaf offers alcohol and drug counseling, individual and family counseling, deaf and hard of hearing services, suicide prevention services, advocacy, and support services.
580 Grant Street Akron OH 44311 | 330-376-9494 Toll-free 1-800-277-9494
Minority Behavioral Health Group (https://mbhg.org/)
MBHG is a community health agency that consists of psychologists, counselors, pastors, case managers, and administrative personnel who are committed to providing culturally appropriate and comprehensive behavioral health services to Summit, Portage, Stark, Franklin and Cuyahoga counties.
MBHG is a comprehensive resource for minorities that provides counseling, education, outreach, and consultation services.
1293 Copley Rd. Akron, OH 44320 | 330-374-1199 | email@example.com
Ohio Guidestone (https://ohioguidestone.org/)
Services include intensive outpatient programs, medication assisted treatment, peer recovery support, recovery housing, recovery support groups, residential treatment, in-school substance abuse prevention, substance abuse professional services and more.
343 West Bagley Rd. Berea, OH 44017 | 844-622-5564
Portage Path Behavioral Health (https://www.portagepath.org/)
Offers a free and confidential 24-hour support hotline for people struggling with mental health issues. Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention using supportive listening to help callers manage their mental health crisis.
340 South Broadway Street Akron, OH 44308 | (330) 762-6110
Red Oak Behavioral Health (https://redoakbh.org/)
Red Oak offers counseling and community support services, mentoring and prevention services, psychiatry, screening and intervention, training and education, and more.
611 W Market St. Akron, OH 44303 | 330-996-4600
Summit Psychological Associates (https://www.summit-psychological.org/)
Offers a complete range of behavior and mental health treatments including outpatient, forensic, case management, and organizational services.
37 N. Broadway Street Akron, Ohio 44308 | (234) 718-2331
CRISIS TEXT LINE
GENERAL CRISIS INTERVENTION HOTLINES (CRISIS TEXT LINE)
Offers a nationwide, confidential,24 hours a day, 7 days a week crisis prevention 2-way texting messaging servicethat provides live help from trained crisis counselors.
Text 'HOME' or 'HELLO' to 741741
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE
CRISIS INTERVENTION HOTLINES (988 SUICIDE AND CRISIS LIFELINE)
Offers a 24-hour, toll-free confidential hotline by phone, text or chat for individuals experiencing amental health crisis, substance use-related crisis or emotional distress. Routes callers directly to the closest possible crisis center.
50 Broadway, 19th Floor | New York, NY 10004 | (800) 273-8255
988 SUICIDE AND CRISIS LIFELINE
Services: Suicide Prevention Hotlines
(800) 273-8255 Toll-Free 24/7 Crisis Hotline -Dial 9-8-8
(888) 628-9454 Toll-Free Spanish 24/7 Crisis Hotline - Dial 9-8-8
988 Text Short Code Call or text - 24/7 Crisis Hotline
Victim Assistance Program: (https://victimassistanceprogram.org/)
Asian Services in Action: (https://www.asiaohio.org/)
Alliance for Healthy Youth:(https://all4youth.org/)
Catholic Charities: (https://www.ccdocle.org/counties/summit)
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services America (SAMHSA): (https://www.samhsa.gov/public-messages)
Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services: (https://mha.ohio.gov/get-help)
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Emotional Distress
For Employers: Helping a Team After a Violent Event: https://hbr.org/2022/06/supporting-your-teams-mental-health-after-a-violent-news-event
ADM Board: https://www.admboard.org/addiction-mental-health-self-screening.aspx
Stress Screener: https://mhanational.org/get-involved/stress-screener