Info Line, Inc is committed to giving you the most up-to-date information regarding the September 11th disaster. We are collaborating with agencies in the area to coordinate services for those who need help and those who want to help. The resources below can help you and your family. If you would like additional information, please call one of our information and referral specialists at 330-376-6660. 

Click here to return to Info Line's Home Page
Click here to go to other September 11 information resources

Resources in Summit County
Resources on the Internet

Resources in Summit County

Akron General Medical Center
Mutual support groups, partial hospitalization counseling program

American Red Cross of Summit County
Disaster counseling, brochures to help young children cope with trauma

Child Guidance Centers
Individual & group counseling
312 Locust Street Akron, OH 44302

Family T.I.E.S.
A family counseling center with a home-like atmosphere. Services will include counseling for parents and families; crisis counseling; referrals to other agencies; parent education classes; and respite
682 E. Buchtel Avenue 
Akron, OH 44304

Greenwood Counseling, Ltd
14 Whitehall Drive Suite 101 
Tallmadge, OH 44278

Pastoral Counseling Service
Provides individuals, marriage, pre-marital, youth and family counsiling. Emphasis is placed on prevention of delinquency and chemical dependency
50 N. Prospect Street 
Akron, OH 44304

Pathways Counseling Services, Inc.
Provides marriage, family, child, and individual counseling by psychologists and professional counselors
137 East Avenue Suite 68 
Tallmadge, OH 44278

Redmon Grief Resource Center
Offers support and information for individuals dealing with the death of a loved one. Special groups and activities are available to help children cope with bereavement.
1916 Marhofer Avenue
Stow, OH 44224
330- 686-1750 

University of Akron
Series of four panel discussions: Making Sense of the Senseless

return to the top of the page

Resources on the Internet

American Academy of Pediatrics Offers Advice on Communicating with Children about Disasters

Dealing with Grief (Kid Source)
Helping Children and Adolescents After a Disaster (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) 

Helping Children Deal with Tragic Events in the News (Mister Rogers) 

Helping Young Children Cope with Trauma (American Red Cross) 

How to Discuss Terrorism with Young Children (Zero to Three) 

How to talk to your kids about Tuesday's terrorist attacks ... Ages 2 to 8 (The Parent Center)
Junior Achievements Liberty Unites Activities ... 
Managing Traumatic Stress: Tips for Recovering From Disasters and Other Traumatic Events (American Psychological Association)

Resources For Talking With Children About Tragedy in the United States (Children's Defense Fund)
Supporting Our Children (Connect for Kids) 

Talking to Kids About Terrorism or Acts of War (About Our Kids)
Talking with Children about War - Pointers for Parents (Family Education),1120,1-4412,00.html
Talking with Kids about the News (Children Now) 

Classroom Activities



return to the top of the page



*Acrobat Reader is required to be installed to view or print the PDF version of our documents.
Download the free Acrobat Reader.

Info Line, Inc.  ...  Bringing people and services together since 1975

474 Grant Street • Akron OH  44311 • 330-762-5627 • 330-253-1137

© 2001 -2002 Info Line, Inc., Akron  OH  44311. All rights reserved.