Portage Path Behavioral Health is a nonprofit community mental health center that helps those without the ability to pay recover from mental illness.
More than 10,000 Summit County (Ohio) residents move toward recovery each year through our comprehensive array of clinical services including:
- Medication management
- Individual and group therapy
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Emergency evaluation
- Crisis stabilization
- Day treatment (Pathways program)
- Case management
- On site primary care
- On site pharmacy
Portage Path Behavioral Health’s high quality services are partially paid for through insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, or under contract with the county of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board – Summit County ADM Board. Enhanced services and innovation are funded through private donations from individuals, companies, and foundations who care about the community.
All of our services and facilities are accredited by the Joint Commission, a nationally recognized organization that accredits and certifies health care organizations and programs in the United States.
Founded in 1971 as a small, regional provider of behavioral health care, Portage Path has grown to three outpatient locations and an emergency facility with services available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.