OFFICE: 440-286-1553 ​


(440) 285-5665​


We would like to remind you of the many services we offer including Helpful Links to other websites that offer information including one that was brought to our attention by a local Girl Scout who is earning her volunteer badge. Payton is volunteering at her grandfather's V.F.W. and would like us to include "P.T.S.D. and SLEEP" on our site. Thank you, Payton.  You can visit that site here and from our Helpful Links Page.

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminology or related social/behavioral science field
  • Licensure Preferred
  • 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




Parenting ​​


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!


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.

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​We're here to help you with  your family's behavioral health needs.​ Please surf our website to see how we can help you.  


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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. . .

Why Take an Active Parenting Class?

Hear what other parents have to say.

We meet at Family Pride of Northeast Ohio, 695 South St, STE 6 for 4 Wednesdays from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.


 ​​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.

​Family Pride’s  Cooperative Parenting Program, is an 8-week program to help any couples going through a separation or divorce master positive co-parenting skills.  During the course, participants will learn about the impact their conflict has on their children, common issues that children face during a separation/divorce, and practical skills they will need to resolve conflict in a healthy manner. 




We are looking for a qualified individual to fill the Transition Care Coordinator position in collaboration with the Geauga County Reentry Program! The position is housed primarily at the Geauga County Jail, Reentry House and offer services throughout Geauga County community to provide case management and support services to inmates and their families as they transition back into the community.

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

  • Work with a team of community partners to effectively address the needs of ex-offenders and their families
  • Develop transition plans with program participants to include individual goals, strengths, supports and barriers
  • Provide ongoing service coordination, crisis intervention, as well as follow-up services
  • Collect service data in accordance with grant requirements.

We are looking for full-time, part-time and contract clinical therapists for several programs with children, youth, and adults in Geauga, Ashtabula, and Lake counties.  Individuals will experience a variety of counseling opportunities including individual, couples, family, and groups with individuals of all ages. 

Clinical Therapists will work with clients and their families to develop effective treatment plans based upon client needs, strengths and supports. With support of the clinical supervisors, clinical therapists will provide evidence-based clinical interventions, and collaborate with treatment team members and pertinent community representatives to build resiliency and reduce barriers to personal success.  

We offer flexible hours, competitive pay, sick and vacation time, additional holidays including your birthday off, performance bonuses, Medical, dental and life insurances, and retirement benefits.  In addition, there is great extensive supervision and training opportunities – with onsite CEU’S.

Most importantly, working with a great team!

Applicants should have a Master’s Degree in Social Work/Counseling and appropriate clinical licensure including LSW/LPC, (LISW/LPCC Preferred).  Flexible hours but 2 evenings per week are required. 


Please contact our website at or contact the office at 440-286-1553 with questions. You may also email your cover letter and resume to or send via fax to (440)-286-1318.

Flexible hours/competitive pay, full-time benefits such as:  sick and vacation time, extended holiday times - including your birthday off, medical, dental, life insurance & retirement benefits

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