24-Hour Child Abuse and Neglect
(330) 434-KIDS (5437)
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Ohio's Safe Havens For Newborns
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Summit County Children Services' 2016 Annual Report - entitled "The Challenge of Protecting Children During the Opioid Epidemic" - is now available. Please CLICK HERE (or click on the graphic) to view it online. If you would like to request a printed copy, please contact Ann Ream, Department Director of Community Relations, at (330 379-2070 or at email@example.com.
Atije and Brian Booth love children and were interested in growing their family through adoption. As foster-to-adopt parents, they were able to provide love, support, and hope for children in need. Now those children are part of their forever family.
The Heart Gallery is a traveling exhibit of photographs of local children who are currently in foster care and awaiting adoption. The children are boys and girls of all ages who are waiting for a permanent family to love, care for, accept and make them feel safe and secure. The children dream of finding a forever family to be their own. The Heart Gallery will be on display throughout the year at various locations in Summit County. For more information on the Heart Gallery, please call (330) 379-2055.
Tuesday, July 11, 6 p.m. at Goodyear Branch Library, 60 Goodyear Blvd., Akron
Summit County Children Services presently has more than 650 children in custody. It is critical that there are enough foster and foster to adopt families to temporarily and permanently care for these children. Those attending the information meeting will learn a variety of details about foster care and adoption including what and how long the process is, what kind of support is provided by the agency, and the minimal costs involved with adopting a child through a public agency such as SCCS. Agency staff will be available to share basic information about the children coming into care. This event is free and open to the entire community and reservations are not needed. For information, call (330) 379-1990.