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ROGERS CHILDREN’S RESIDENTIAL CENTER


Administrator - Sonya Stalker

7221 State Route 7

Rogers, Ohio 44455

16 bed unsecure facility

Serves males

Part of the Original System in 1973

Responsibility of RCRC to MCJAS in 1975

Located in Columbiana County


The Rogers Children’s Residential Center is located in Columbiana County and is licensed by the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services and is Title IV E eligible. It offers youth a great location to connect with nature and provide a quiet place to think about the choices they made in their life. The RCRC serves males between ages of 12 and 17 and up to 21 years of age if mentally or physically handicapped who are in the temporary custody of the Juvenile Courts or the Department of Jobs and Family Services.   

The Rogers CRC offers individual, group, family and crisis intervention and is tailored to meet the individual needs of the youth. These include trauma, thinking errors, anger management, conflict resolution, coping skills and parent education. The facility has its own in house counselor making this level of treatment possible. The program utilizes the tier based behavior management system designed to encourage self regulation, personal responsibility and accountability. Life skills development through daily chores and life skills group and community volunteering are also offered.

The center also links with community agencies to provide services. The center collaborates with the Family Recovery Center to provide in-house drug and alcohol counseling and the Counseling Center which provides psychotropic medication monitoring.

The center offers a residents Nurse who links youth to medical, dental and optical care and is available to address their daily health needs.

Education is provided through the Beaver Local School District which has a long standing relationship with the facility. Students who benefit more from an alternative school environment can attend the Opportunity School and vocational training is provided through the Career Center for juniors and seniors who are eligible.  

There is a strong emphasis on improving and maintaining relationships with parents and guardians through treatment and visitation. Residents with the goal to re-unify with the family can earn weekend home visits and put into practice the skills they learn, stay connected to their family and ultimately return to their home and community.  


The facility contact information is as follows:


Rogers Childrens Residential Center

7221 St Rt 7

Rogers, Ohio 44455

(330)227-3238

Rgh100@mcjas.org


Sonya Stalker, Administrator

srstalker@mcjas.org