Administrative Office:  1253    3rd Street S.E.    Canton, Ohio   44707    Phone:   330.453.9199
                                                                                               Fax:   330.313.1086
Click HERE to read our Community Engagement Plan
Mission Statement 
P.A.L. Mission provides stable,secure housing and life skills 
to the at-risk population of homeless youth and
young adults up to the age of 25.

We believe every young person has the right to live the life
God has designed for them.

We strive to provide them with every opportunity to live up to
their fullest potential by providing support services that
offer safety, knowledge,encouragement and a promising future.

We are an Ohio Benefit Bank site.  Contact us at 330.453.9199 to schedule an appointment
For surely I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope. Then when you call upon me and come and pray to me, I will hear you. When you search for me, you will find me; if you seek me with 
all your heart.

Jeremiah 29:11-13
How to get Here
We're located at The Martin Center !
SARTA #107 route:  exit at Sand Rock Water and walk 1 block south.
SARTA #110 route:  exit at Conley Company and walk 1 block north

Radio Interviews with our Director Jill Miller
Click HERE Focus on the Community with Mikala Madison
Click HERE Addiction: Voices of Hope with Michelle Beyer
Click HERE Our Community Part 1 with Suzie Thomas
Click HERE Our Community Part 2 with Suzie Thomas

Our Passion: 
homeless and runaway youth 
Welcome NEW Board Member
Alicia Doran
Welcome to new Board Member Alicia Doran !!! Originally from Buffalo, NY, Alicia comes from a large family of 6 children. At age 18, she left home and moved to New York City for employment. A mother of 2 children, a daughter (age 27) and a son (age 26), she is also the grandmother of 6 ! 
Alicia has been a licensed foster parent with Ohio Mentor 
for the past 12 years!
Alicia returned to college as a nontraditional student and received her associate degree in accounting from Stark State University. After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, Alicia experienced a life-altering, debilitating exacerbation which led to her return to college. (You go girl!)  
She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Management and a Master’s degree in Business Administration, both from Walsh University. She is currently employed by Diebold, Inc. and is a graduate of Stark County Leadership Signature Class (#26).  
Alicia’s life motto is “We never know what the future holds; but we do know who holds our future”.