1. ACT Great Lakes Regional Center


ACT is a family violence and child maltreatment prevention program.
ACT is an empowering and non-judgmental parenting program to help parents and caregivers of young children improve effective parenting methods and reduce children’s aggression and behavior problems. Developed and directed by the American Psychological Association, ACT is research-based to be effective for those caring for young children from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
There are five different ACT Regional Centers across the USA.
The Great Lakes Regional Center serves
Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky. 

Meet our staff at the Great Lakes Regional Center (L-R):
Dr. Michele Knox, PhD, Director;
Katie Cornell, MA, LPC, Asst Director
Jacki McBee, Program Coordinator
We are here to serve you, 
so please feel free to contact us at:.

The University of Toledo, 

Kobacker Center

ACT Great Lakes Regional Center

3000 Arlington Ave., Mail Stop 1161

Toledo OH 43614

419-383-5494 (phone)
419-383-3098 (fax)
 National ACT Website:


Subpages (1): What is ACT?