Interested in joining our team?

 YOU can help us. Click below.




Part time position $14.00 to $17.00 /hour – Pending experience

Dr. Michael Popkin, one of the nation's foremost experts on parent education, developed the foundation for this class. We explain positive discipline and communication techniques to help your family run more smoothly. This class shows you why children misbehave and how to redirect them using nonviolent discipline that really works. We explore how to prevent future problems with drugs, and much more. Millions of parents have used this "active" approach to raise courageous, cooperative children—and now you can, too!

​Active Parenting is a free 4-week parent support program for parents of children from 5-12 that will help you learn ways to raise responsible children who are able to resist negative peer pressure, improve communication, and non-violent discipline techniques to build a solid foundation for the upcoming teen years.  

Food is provided. Child care is available with prior registration.


Please contact Rachel at440-226-4586 to reserve your spot!

Click below to learn about current job opportunities.

In October, Angela Daugherty, executive director of Family Pride of Northeast Ohio will receive the prestigious Early Career Success Award from the Mandel School at Case Western University Cleveland.  Read More. . .

We meet at Family Pride of Northeast Ohio Ashtabula Office, 525 Lake Avenue, Ashtabula, OH, 44004,

for 4 Wednesdays from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Call to see when our next class begins.

Food is provided. Child care is available with prior registration. Call 440-536-5680 to reserve your spot!

​We're here to help you with  your family's behavioral health needs.​ Please surf our website to see how we can help you.   If you agree with our vision and would like to help please consider one of the ways you can help us.

Since 2005, Family Pride has been making a difference for children, youth and families in Northeast Ohio.  Today, we offer a team of highly-qualified therapists and case managers that provide effective, evidence-based behavioral health services to over 700 individuals each year. Read more about our programs. . .


  • Flexible hours
  • Competitive Pay
  • Retirement Benefits
  • Supervision and Training Opportunities

Why Take an Active Parenting Class?

Hear what other parents have to say. . . . .

We meet at Family Pride of Northeast Ohio Chardon Office at 695 South St, STE 6, Chardon, OH. 

for 4 Wednesdays from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Call to see when our next class begins.


 ​​To engage children and families with our innovative and professional clinical services in the home and community. 


To become the provider and employer of choice in northeast Ohio.

We would like to hear your comments and suggestions. Please complete our survey here.

Family Pride is Happy to Announce

Active Parenting Teen is Now  Available!

​Register for the free 4-week parent support program to learn what is going on in your teen's head, improve communication, encourage responsibility, and discipline effectively.

Tell us.  How are we doing?  


We are seeking a part-time Transition Care Coordinator to join our team!

​The position will work with the Full-Time Transition Care Coordinator (Tiffany) and the Geauga County Reentry Team within the Geauga County Jail to provide case management and support services to inmates onsite and as they transition back into the community.

*This is a 20-hour per week position. Applicants interested in additional hours or full-time may be able to do traditional case management services for Family Pride.

Family Pride is a non-profit organization and we are so appreciative of  all our generous benefactors. 

At this time of year won't you add us to the charity you find most deserving of your generosity?

     Thank You!

Chardon Office: 440-286-1553 ​​​

Ashtabula location – 440-536-5680

24 Hour CopeLine: (440) 285-5665​

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Minimum of Bachelors Degree in Social Work,, Psychology, Criminology or related social/behavioral science fields
  • Effectively interpret and understand individuals' challenges and barriers
  • Recognize symptoms of mental illness or substance abuse
  • Experience with community-based services a plus
  • Bilingual skills a plus
  • Possess excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills

If you have received services from Family Pride, we are especially interested in your feedback. Please complete this confidential survey.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Conduct onsite needs assessments with inmates
  • Identify and link individuals and their families to resources in the community including housing, treatment, healthcare, insurance, food, and employment opportunities.
  • Assist with development of transition plans
  • Provide ongoing service coordination, crisis intervention, as well as follow-up services
  • Collaborate with local community and jail representatives to ensure effective service plans while in jail and as transitioning back into the community
  • Record and maintenance grant database of referrals and services provided
  • Complete timely and accurate documentation of services