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Community Resources

This page will contain a list of resources connected with the City of Canton Police Department.


Take Me Home Program      Take Me Home QR Code

Individuals at any age who are non-verbal, tend to wander or are prone to becoming disoriented or lost, are among our most vulnerable citizens. Help us reconnect you with lost family members who have communication challenges. 


  • This is a voluntary program.
  • Only authorized public safety personnel will have access to this information.
  • Remove your information from the system anytime.
  • Register at 
  • Or use the above QRC
  • Update by email:


Recovery Village

The Recovery Village® is a network of rehabilitation facilities that offers comprehensive treatment for substance abuse disorders as well as co-occurring mental health conditions. In addition to medical detox and acute medical stabilization, we offer inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, sober housing accommodations and aftercare. Founded in 2013, The Recovery Village® broke ground with its first facility in Umatilla, Florida, close to major locales, such as Orlando, Daytona Beach and the Villages. Since then, we furthered our mission to treat addiction with the addition of three facilities (Colorado, Washington and Ohio), and have helped thousands of men, women and adolescents from all over the country recover from addiction and mental illness. 

Find the help you want at:



Higher Education Resources


Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability that affects how people respond to their environment behaviorally, socially and communicatively. Since there is a wide variety of ways this disorder manifests itself, people on different parts of that spectrum have different strengths and weaknesses. No matter where a child falls on the spectrum, however, parents must work with schools to ensure students receive the education they deserve — and with an estimated 1 in 59 children diagnosed as autistic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, many families need support.

This guide discusses the unique difficulties autistic students face and how educators can respond to them. In addition, advice is provided from autism experts and resources to help families with an ASD child.

Since 2013, our mission has been to provide accurate, trustworthy and expert-driven information that makes it simple for prospective students to make informed decisions about which accredited college to attend. Every student has different educational needs, but our goal is to make it easy for them to find the degree, program, school and career that helps them meet their potential.

We will never include non-accredited colleges in our school rankings and our resources will always be free for students to use.

Visit us online at:


Stark Help Central


Stark County agencies have joined forces to create Stark Help Central, a digital resource navigation tool. This interactive website guides young people, parents, educators, clinical professionals and other members of our community to the resources they need to overcome life’s challenges.

The goal of Stark Help Central is to improve behavioral health outcomes for young people with serious emotional disturbances under the age of 25. Topics addressed by this initiative include basic needs, abuse and neglect, emergencies, mental health, education and much more.

For more information please visit our site:

Homeless Continuum

HCCSC is a coalition of various health and human service nonprofit organizations, government entities, and community leaders committed to addressing homelessness in Stark County, Ohio. All partner agencies share a vested interest in preventing and ending homelessness given its prevalence among and impact on their respective client populations.

HCCSC signifies our community’s belief that services to those who are experiencing homelessness or other housing crisis requires collaboration and shared responsibility. HCCSC’s function as a neutral and inclusive convener to address homelessness is critical and more important than ever as the national movement to end homelessness calls for even greater collaboration among various systems of care.

For more information please visit our site:


Holding Hands Hotline

Our mission is to provide need-based advocacy to victims of violent crime 24-hours every day of the year. Our services are free of charge and available to victims, their friends and families.

After a violent crime, you may need help figuring out what to do next.  Holding hands Hotline can help you with:

  • Recommendations on self-defense classes
  • Healing through Creativity (various art instructional classes)
  • Referrals to local trauma counselors
  • Pet therapy/emotional support animals
  • Help with insurance forms; medical and property
  • Unemployment assistance and job searches
  • Eliminating all data (including passwords) from stolen cell phones
  • Assisting in replacement of driver's license, bank cards, etc.
 For more information visit us on Facebook or call us at 234.458.1545




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