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Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center, Inc.

The Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center, Inc. (CIRC) is a not-for-profit agency, certified through the Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS), American Association of Suicidology (AAS), and The Joint Commission (JC). The Crisis Center has been serving Stark County since June 1970. Initially providing a suicide prevention hotline service. In 2006, the agency expanded its services with the addition of its Recovery Center located on McKinley avenue and officially became the Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center, Inc. CIRC currently has 12 primary programs that provided services such as crisis support, BH and AoD treatment, education, individual and group counseling, pharmacologic support, and support services in partnership with the Hunter House program. CIRC staff are caring, licensed professionals who are dedicated in assisting individuals in the community to resume a healthy, productive life. CIRC is funded by the Mental Health Recovery Services Board of Stark County, the United Way of Greater Stark County, as well as fees, donations, grants and foundations.