(330) 782-5664 • 535 Marmion Avenue Youngstown, Ohio 44502

Need Someone To Talk To? We’re Here.

Our Counseling Services Program offer experienced, compassionate, professionally-trained counselors and social workers partnering with you to identify potential solutions and provide guidance that helps you to achieve a healthier state of well-being.

Same day appointments available

Short term, solution-focused counseling available

Services available for youth (over age 5) and adults

Talk to a Counselor

Same day appointments available. Short term, solution-focused counseling available. Services available for youth over age 5 and adults. Our counselors provide individual, family, couples and group counseling dealing with a range of issues which include:

Psychiatric consultation and treatment

Anxiety

Depression

Stress management

Marital conflict & divorce adjustment

Child behavioral problems

Family Mgmt & Parenting Support

Blended family issues

Grief/loss

Issues of aging

Child abuse/neglect

Sexual
assault

Victimization

PTSD

Employee Assistance Program (CAPE)

Violence Intervention and Prevention Services

Comprehensive services to the community that help individuals and families maintain a nonviolent lifestyle, including:

Anger Management

Services for men to explore triggers and learn how to effectively handle anger.

Women Who Use Force

A service specifically geared toward educating and helping women handle the unique dynamics that may cause them to be abusive, as well as the effects of abuse and trauma.

Safe Program

A program specifically geared toward men who are first-time offenders of domestic violence, helping them to identify, explore and develop skills to create healthier relationships.

Batterer’s Intervention Program

Helps abusers identify different forms of violent behavior, educates them on the effects of their violence on the victim, and increases the recognition and ability to take responsibility for their own actions.

Programs increase awareness of attitudes of power and control, the actual interpersonal consequences of violent expression, and demonstrate the advantages of altering the abusive pattern to get needs met.

This 26 week program is offered in cooperation with Warren Municipal Court's Special Docket for Domestic Violence.

Guest speakers

Our staff is available to speak to civic groups, schools, churches, clubs and other community organizations. Call 330-782-5664 for information.

Appointments and insurance information

Call 330-782-5664 to schedule an appointment. Treatment costs are based on a sliding fee scale. We accept private insurance, medicaid, and medicare.

Case Management

Case Management services are designed to assist individuals and gain access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, and other essential services in the community.  It includes a variety of support ranging from assistance in daily living activities, referrals for other services, advocacy, crisis intervention, and coaching.

It is accomplished by partnering with other service providers in the organization and other resources in the community to form the integrated continuum of services.

Case Management services are referred through the outpatient counseling program.

Criminal Justice Services

Services for Offenders in the Mahoning County Justice Center

The program offers an option for individuals with a severe mental illness who have been charged with crimes and are incarcerated at the Mahoning County Justice Center.  Services include mental health assessments, individual counseling, and anger management groups.   The intent is to ensure mental health services to inmates and also to provide community linkages for them in preparation for release.

CARES

The CARES program through the Mahoning County Mental Health Court is an option for individuals with severe mental illness who have been charged with felonies and are facing a potential jail sentence.  The primary goal is to keep defendants psychiatrically stable and crime-free by teaching them to make healthy changes in their lives.

Referrals can be made by the presiding Judge, prosecutor, or an individual’s attorney at the time of arraignment.  Once a referral has been made, the individual will be contacted for an evaluation to see if they meet the eligibility requirements.

Individuals charged with crimes of violence will only be accepted with prior victim consent.  Individuals charged with sex offenses or lengthy histories of crime, drug abuse, and violence are not eligible.

Primary service providers include COMPASS Family & Community Services, Community Support Network (CSN), Ohio Adult Parole Authority, and the Mahoning County Court of Common Pleas – Judge Maureen A. Sweeney.