C-CAN

Are You Feeling Anxious?

Are You Feeling Anxious?

Are You Suspicious of Others?

Are You Suspicious of Others?

Are You Hearing Voices?

Are You Hearing Voices?

Are You Feeling Depressed?

Are You Feeling Depressed?

Experiences like these can be overwhelming and uncomfortable.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE. WE CAN HELP.

How We Can Help

If you've noticed behavioral changes in yourself or someone you know and they begin to intensify or do not go away, it may be the warning signs of psychosis. It is important to seek help.

How We Can Help Details

C-CAN offers a stepped-care program that provides individual counseling, family education, case management, and, employment and education support that is critical to achieving positive outcomes for individuals exhibiting the early signs of psychosis.

Our coordinated specialty care approach utilizes a comprehensive approach and includes a personal treatment plan. The plan is administered by uses a team of mental health professionals and specialists, and includes psychotherapy, medication management, and peer support.

How To Get Help

Early treatment increases the chance of a successful recovery. Contact us today to get help. Call the C-CAN Resource Line: 234.788.1646 or email c-can@cgfs.org.

What Is C-CAN?

It is estimated that in Summit County 1,040 individuals ages 10-25 are at high risk for psychosis. C-CAN was developed to provide preventative treatment to those individuals.

What Is C-CAN? Details

Four Summit County agencies have come together to form C-CAN, a collaborative effort to deliver treatment for individuals between the ages of 10-25 at high risk to develop psychosis. Funded by a $1.35 million grant awarded by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) through the County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board (ADM Board), the initiative includes Child Guidance & Family Solutions (CG&FS), Community Support Services (CSS), and Northeast Ohio Medical University’s Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (NEOMED, BeST) Center, a collaborative referenced as C-CAN. These agencies bring over 160 years of combined mental health expertise. SAMHSA awarded grants to only 21 entities nationwide for this initiative.

Next Steps

Services Brochure

To learn more about CG&FS and our servces and programs, please download our agency brochure.

Quality & Compliance

If you have a concern about patient care or quality of care, we would like to hear from you.

Any concerns about patient safety and quality of care can be directed either to the CGFS Director of Quality & Compliance, Dr. Timothy Bartlett, at 330-762-0591, or to our accrediting body, The Joint Commission. There are three ways to contact The Joint Commission:

  • At www.jointcommission.org, use the “Report a Patient Safety Event” link in the “Action Center” on the home page of the website
  • By fax to 330-792-5636
  • By mail to Office of Quality and Patient Safety, The Joint Commission, One Renaissance Boulevard, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181