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Mental Health & Crisis Resources

Mental Health & Crisis Resources

What is mental illness? A mental illness is a medical condition that affects a person's thinking, feeling, or mood. Such conditions may affect someone's ability to relate to others and function each day. 

You are not alone. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one in five U.S. adults lives with a mental illness. You are worthy. Help is available! 


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

Lifeline Chat -- an online service of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline that connects people with counselors for emotional support and other services via web chat.

FrontLine Service Mobile Crisis Unit(216) 623-6888
24-hour services, information, and support for children and adults whose safety and health are threatened by mental-health challenges or overwheming stressors. FrontLine Service also helps people facing homelessness.

United Way 2-1-1 Help Center: Dial 211
The United Way 2-1-1- Help Center provides free an confidential 24-hour access to a compassionate professional who will review your options for help, develop a plan, and act as your advocate if you are faced with barriers to service. Se habla Espanol.

Additional resources for crime survivors are listed on our Victim Resources page.


To reach any member of the Police Department, Dial 440-423-4405 and then their extension
Chief Gregg Minichello x112 Send Email
Lieutenant Mike Pollutro x155 Send Email
Sergeant Randy Savage x129 Send Email
Detective Sergeant Mike Day x128 Send Email
Corporal John Richards x179 Send Email
Patrolman Angela Suchetka x147 Send Email
Patrolman/SRO Arch Kimbrew x152 Send Email
Patrolman Dylan Hustosky x164 Send Email
Patrolman Charlene Strasshofer x158 Send Email
Patrolman Jessica Newsome x132 Send Email
Patrolman Dylan Hooker X130 Send Email
Patrolman Mitchell Cole x187 Send Email
Police & Town Hall Coordinator (Part-time) Dorothy Slunski x120 Send Email