Community Resources

  1. Holding Hands Hotline
  2. Homeless Continuum of Care of Stark County
  3. The Recovery Village
  4. Stark Help Central
  5. Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  6. Take Me Home Program

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.

What We Can Help With

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 the replacement of a driver's license, bank cards, etc.

For More Information

For more information visit us on Facebook or call us at 234-458-1545.