For more than 30 years, Community Support Services has provided an array of services for Summit County adults living with severe and persistent mental illness.
The previous fiscal year brought unforeseen and arduous events. But with challenges come opportunity, and throughout the past year,
Community Support Services rose to meet those challenges by developing new methods of reaching clients in a time of vital importance.Read More
Chair – Board of Trustees
President & CEO
Our refreshed brand and new logo, featuring overlapping multi-colored lines, represents the web of supportive services CSS provides to its clients.
“We are not the same CSS of the past; rather, we are an agency that has transformed itself into one with a renewed commitment to help effectively navigate any and all challenges our clients might encounter regarding their behavioral health.” — Bob StokesRead More
Art of Recovery 2020
With the implementation of the stay-at-home order two days before the scheduled event - and not wanting to cancel the event and disappoint our client-artists, sponsors, and supporters - our development and marketing team began investigating a safer option: transforming the fundraiser into an online event and auction.
The resulting one-hour event – held in August – turned out to be the most successful Art of Recovery yet, with 51 of the 58 works of client-created art selling by night’s end.See Sponsors
Dollars raised for Expressive Arts Therapy Program
We pull from many sources to provide quality behavioral health and wellness services for those in need within our community.View Financial Report fiscal year 2020
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It would be impossible to provide the ongoing and necessary support for our community without the incredible generosity of our donors.See Donors
Since 1988, Community Support Services has worked to build communities of hope where mental and physical health are treated equally. CSS provides healthcare and hope for more than 3,000 individuals living with severe and persistent mental illness each year.