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What if I am not happy with my service? Network providers try to ensure that you are well served, but sometimes you or your family may feel that your needs and concerns are not being addressed properly. Here are the Client Rights and Grievance Procedures for mental health and addiction services.
ADM CRISIS CENTER / Oriana House – DETOX
15 Frederick Avenue
Akron, OH 44310
The ADM Crisis Center offers a 24-hour Detox Unit for addiction and detoxification services in the heart of Akron, acts as Central Assessment for ADM services across Summit County, and provides a Drop-In Center.
24-hour Crisis Services: 330-996-7730. Located across from St. Thomas Hospital, the ADM Crisis Center is operated by Oriana House with funding provided by the County of Summit ADM Board. Visit Website
Akron–Urban Minority Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Outreach Program (UMADAOP), Inc.
665 W. Market St. - #2D
Akron, OH 44303
Akron UMADAOP, Inc. provides substance abuse and violence prevention programs, mentoring/advocacy programs, in-school and after school programs, HIV/AIDS prevention and summer youth prevention programming for Summit County residents throughout their Community and Education Services Department. Their Clinical Services Department provides Alcohol and other drug treatment services, which include assessments, individual and group counseling, intensive outpatient and case management to Summit County residents. The agency also provides re-entry programming to offenders reintegrating into our community from the state prison system, the Teens Resisting Unhealthy Choice Everyday (TRUCE) Program for young women referred through Summit County Juvenile Court; and recovery supports through its affiliation as an Access to Recovery (ATR) provider. Visit Website
Asian Services in Action, Inc. (ASIA)
730 Carroll Street
Akron, OH 44304
ASIA’s mission is to empower and advocate for Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders (AAPIs); and to provide AAPIs access to quality culturally, and linguistically appropriate information and services, Visit Website
640 W. Market St.
Akron, OH 44303
Blick Center is a free-standing outpatient clinic providing mental health diagnostic and treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities and or acute physical, emotional or behavioral needs. Their principal places of business are 640 and 682 West Market Street, Akron. Primary responsibilities within the ADM system include treatment (CPST), partial hospitalization, pharmacological management, occupational therapy, consultation services and residential services. The Clinic uses ADM Board funds to serve individual with disabilities who are experiencing emotional or behavioral problems and are at risk for hospitalization, institutionalization or more restrictive vocational/residential placement. Visit Website
Catholic Charities Community Services/Summit County
812 Biruta St.
Akron, OH 44307
Catholic Charities Community Services of Summit County addresses the societal needs of children & families, persons with disabilities, older adults, and the poor. Our broad spectrum of services help people grow and thrive in their youth, all the way through the late stages of life. We help keep the hungry fed and the developmentally disabled as functioning members of society. We counsel families and individuals and assist the growing Hispanic population in Summit County. Visit Website
Child Guidance & Family Solutions
18 North Forge Street
Akron, OH 44304
Child Guidance & Family Solutions provides a safe, caring & supportive environment to help children or teens overcome the challenges they face and to help strengthen the family in the process. As a medical sub-specialty practice, CG&FS professional staff includes child psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, counselors, nurse practitioners, and social workers to ensure that a full spectrum of services are available to wrap-around the child and family.
Staff provides services to children within seven public school districts and at over 30 preschools throughout Summit County. We provide services and support with clinicians on-site in pediatric medical facilities, primary care facilities and other community locations to ensure that the child’s health is supported holistically, integrating physical and mental healthcare. We offer crisis services 24-7-365 to ensure that our children and families who find themselves in an emergency have somewhere to turn for help. Visit Website
Choices Social Community Center
320 E. South St.
Akron, OH 44311
CHOICES Social Center is a consumer operated service. They provide a recovery-based, consumer-operated social, recreational, educational, advocacy, and recovery center for adults receiving services and/or living in Summit County. It strives to enhance individual growth and recovery by providing diverse opportunities for members to develop healthy life, leisure, social, recreational and work skills. CHOICES offers job readiness classes and hires work ready persons to acquire job skills and experience. Operated by staff and membership, activities and membership governance are managed by a Member Advisory Council. Visit Website
Coleman Professional Services
Summa St. Thomas Hospital
444 N. Main St. - 4th Floor
Akron, OH 44310
At Coleman, we are committed to fostering recovery, building independence and changing destinies for individuals, families and businesses in our community. Whether seeking services for crisis management, mental and behavioral health, adult care, employment or another concern, we are here to help you. Visit Website
Community Health Center, nka
725 E. Market Street
Akron, OH 44305
Community Health Center provides critical care to those fighting addiction and offers the area’s only program for adolescents (12-18) for safe, medically supervised detox from opiates. Using the treatment plan designed at time of intake, we assist our patients through the recovery process from counseling, medical treatment to housing. The treatment plan becomes the blueprint to our patients’ future success in our programs. Visit Website
Community Support Services
150 Cross St.
Akron, OH 44311
Community Support Services (CSS) is a not for profit corporation designed to provide programs and services to the citizens of Summit County eighteen years of age or older who are struggling with severe and persistent mental illnesses.. Services provided by the agency include: diagnostic assessment, pharmacological management including psychiatry, pharmacy and nursing, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, partial hospitalization, vocational, supportive employment, residential, self-help/peer support, community education, medical services, and homeless outreach and engagement services. Visit Website
Summit County Sheriff’s D.A.R.E. Program
53 University Avenue
Akron, OH 44308
The Summit County Sheriff's Office's D.A.R.E. program primary focus is to develop the capacities needed to enable students to take charge of their lives with particular emphasis on substance use and abuse. The goals of the curricula, as outlined by the University of Akron's Institute for Health and Social Policy, include but are not limited to:
- Students will understand the many consequences of using alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, methamphetamines and inhalants on their developing brains and bodies, and engaging in violent behavior
- Students will examine and understand their own beliefs toward alcohol, tobacco and other drugs
- Students will develop and use communication and resistance skills
- Students will make positive quality of life decisions about substance use and avoidance of violence
Greenleaf Family Center
580 Grant Street
Akron, OH 44311
Greenleaf is a non-profit organization that helps strengthens families in our community with managing the challenge of daily living and with personal crises through counseling and other services. Visit Website
IBH Addiction Recovery Center
3445 South Main Street, P.O. Box 26203
Akron, OH 44319
Since 1970, IBH has helped more than 16,000 people recover from alcohol and drug addiction. Located in Akron, Ohio where Alcoholics Anonymous was founded, IBH offers persons afflicted with alcohol and drug addiction the opportunity to restore hope and gain skills for a lifetime of sobriety.
IBH uses individualized, abstinence-based and holistic processes that include clinical and educational treatment, spiritual care, sober housing, employment, training and transportation. Clients come from all walks of life, cultures, backgrounds and ages and physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of recovery are addressed. Visit Website
International Institute of Akron
207 E. Tallmadge
Akron, OH 44310-3298
(ADM Board contracts with the International Institute of Akron to provide interpreting services for individuals during mental health and addiction treatment.)
The International Institute of Akron is a non-profit agency that provides services to the foreign-born in Akron and the Summit County, Ohio, community. Visit Website
2279 Romig Road
Akron, OH 44320
Vantage Aging has served Summit County for over 35 years and provides outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment, recovery support services, 12 step meetings, peer mentoring and prevention services to adults over age 50 and persons with disabilities. Clients served are mostly low-income, primarily Caucasian and African-American and include persons with physical disabilities, multiple acute and chronic health problems, and co-occurring mental health disorders. All clients receive a complete health assessment from a registered nurse to identify health issues that need addressed and/or referrals to physicians or other medical providers.
Because recovery may take longer for older clients, clients may choose to stay in outpatient level of care as long as they desire and continue to meet level of care requirements. Transportation for all services is provided by agency vehicle or by the provision of SCAT and bus tickets. Training is provided to healthcare professionals who provide services to the target population. Visit Website
Minority Behavioral Health Group
1293 Copley Road
Akron, OH 44320
Minority Behavioral Health Group (MBHG) is incorporated as a private non-profit faith-based organization under the name of Akron Community Development Association. MBHG provides primarily school based mental health assessments, behavioral health counseling and therapy and community psychiatric support services.
Additionally, the agency provides educational and preventative services that promote a holistic approach. The goals of these services are to promote individual, family, and community awareness, collaboration, stability and responsibility. The agency consists of psychologists, counselors, community psychiatric supportive treatment providers, and pastors who are committed to providing culturally appropriate, comprehensive services to individuals and families. An Afrocentric based philosophy of treatment and education is utilized to promote wellness in the individual, family, and community. Visit Website
Northcoast Community Homes
14421 Broadway Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44125-1953
North Coast Community Homes (NCCH) develops and maintains safe, comfortable and affordable housing of high quality for individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness and other disabilities.
Advocacy on behalf of people with disabilities is an ongoing activity of North Coast Community Homes. We continue to build awareness through our publications, web site and special events and we work with federal, county and local governmental agencies to provide safe, comfortable, quality homes at affordable rents. Visit Website
3094 West Market Street, Suite 105
Fairlawn, OH 44333
OhioGuidestone is a community solutions organization. We offer a unique blend of behavioral health treatment services, skill building programs and prevention opportunities for children and families. At OhioGuidestone, many of our clients struggle with a lack of education and life skills, and don’t know how to access personal or community resources to help them improve their situations. We not only help resolve problems that already exist, but teach skills to help individuals become self-sufficient, and prevent future obstacles to success. Our services help individuals not only to survive, but thrive. Visit Website
Oriana House, Inc.
P.O. Box 1501
Akron, OH 44309
Founded in 1981, Oriana House is a nationally renowned community corrections and chemical dependency treatment agency. We believe alcoholism and chemical dependency are diseases that require an individual's continuous commitment to recovery over the course of his or her life. Our programming sends individuals on a multi-step journey to rehabilitation through their own admission of a problem, abstinence, avoidance of relapse, and a daily dedication to recovery.
We are also committed to building stronger communities through safe, proven, and effective programming for appropriate offenders. No community can avoid crime or chemical dependency, but community corrections programs can minimize their impact and increase public safety. Our services include treatment, education, employment, and case management which help prepare individuals for a successful reintegration to the community. Visit Website
Portage Path Behavioral Health
340 S. Broadway St.
Akron, OH 44308
Portage Path Behavioral Health (PPBH) is a non-profit agency founded in 1970. Their primary place of business is in Akron, with two other outpatient locations in Barberton and Cuyahoga Falls. They provide crisis services on behalf of the ADM network with Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) and the Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) housed at the ADM Crisis Center in Akron.
PPBH is certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services to provide behavioral health counseling and therapy, mental health assessment, pharmacologic management, partial hospitalization, behavioral health hotline, crisis intervention mental health, and mental health education. Portage Path’s role in the system is to serve as the entry point for all adults in need of public mental health services including emergency services, crisis stabilization and outpatient care. They also provide outpatient treatment for clients with severe mental illness (SMI) and severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI). Visit Website
Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) / Portage Path
340 S. Broadway St.
Akron, OH 44308
Provides 24-hour adult mental health crisis services.
209 S. High St.
Akron, OH 44308
The Psycho-Diagnostic Clinic is a certified forensic center funded by the Office of Forensic Services of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the ADM Board and the Summit County General Fund. It serves the Common Pleas Courts (Criminal Division) of Summit and surrounding counties. The Court is the Clinic’s primary client. The clinic also provides evaluation and consultation services to the Municipal Courts of Summit County and the Summit County Domestic Relations Court through funds made available by the ADM Board. The Clinic does not provide treatment.
Shelter Care, Inc.
32 South Avenue
Akron, OH 44278
Shelter Care is a residential treatment program for children between the ages of 6 and 18 who manifest emotional, behavioral, or family adjustment problems. Located in northeastern Ohio, Shelter Care provides a continuum of residential care, from short-term crisis intervention, to intermediate or respite care, as well as long term care in route to independent living.
The short-term care is provided through the Safe Landing Youth Shelters. This program utilizes a professional staff model with qualified persons serving in different capacities on a 24-hour basis. The intermediate and long-term care is provided through a network of respite and shelter homes, housing between 2 to 4 children within a family setting. Visit Website
Summit County Community Partnership
1100 Graham Road Circle
Stow, OH 44224
Summit County Community Partnership’s mission is to facilitate coalitions of community resources in order to prevent alcohol and other drug abuse in Summit County. They use science-based prevention techniques, information, and activities in an attempt to infuse them into every community system.
For the past 25 years, Summit County Community Partnership has worked to bring awareness of substance abuse issues to the forefront with social marketing campaigns, awareness summits and legislative advocacy. Summit County Community Partnership also employs environmental strategies to change the design of neighborhoods to support drug-free lifestyles and to reduce access to alcohol for youth and illegal substances for everyone. Everyone can play a part in creating a healthier, drug-free community. Visit Website
Summit County Public Health
1867 W. Market Street, Suite A
Akron, OH 44313
Summit County Public Health (SCPH) is an official tax supported agency, which serves people of all ages in Summit County. The Akron Health Department (now Summit County Public Health) established the Counseling Services and Alcoholism Division in 1961 and since that date has developed a broad range of prevention and treatment services for adults and adolescents. Treatment services include: full bio psycho social assessments; adult and adolescents outpatient groups, adult intensive outpatient programs, individual counseling; as well as services in juvenile detention.
Prevention Services include information dissemination, Prevention Education, Community-Based Process, for universal, selected and indicated populations. Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drug Education classes for adults and adolescents augment their treatment services. SCPH provides Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Clinics in Summit County. Visit Website
Summit Psychological Associates
37 N. Broadway Street
Akron, OH 44305
Summit Psychological Associates, Inc. (SPA) is a private agency founded in 1984. Its mission is to provide the highest quality, cost effective behavioral health care to individuals, couples, families and organizations. They offer general psychiatry services as well as medication assisted opioid treatment and are the primary provider of mental health and psychiatric services in the Summit County Jail.
SPA is CARF accredited in Mental Health Outpatient Treatment for Adults and Adolescents and Case Management/Services Coordination - Mental Health for Adults. SPA is also certified by OhioMHAS in Mental Health, Alcohol and other drug treatment and Community Psychiatric Support Treatment. Visit Website
Tarry House, Inc.
564 Diagonal Road
Akron, OH 44320
Tarry House, Inc., has provided quality mental health services since 1967, operates three facilities and provides 5 programs serving adults with mental illness. Tarry House serves adult men and women residing in Summit County, Ohio, who suffer from severe mental illness. The Tarry House Recovery Home provides 24 supervised residential recovery services that enable mental health consumers to maximize their potential for independent living in the community. Tarry House Respite provides safe, 24 hour supervised short term transitional housing for adults with mental illness. The Belvedere Apartments, opened in 2005, is an 8 unit apartment building to provide permanent supportive housing for adults with mental illness. Community Psychiatric Supportive Services and counseling services are provided to individuals in the community by the Tarry House CPST Team. Visit Website