Pathways is a partial hospitalization program providing a safe, structured environment where individuals can build essential life and problem-solving skills, improve treatment readiness, and regain a sense of hopefulness about the future.
Pathways uses a dynamic, goal-oriented approach, including open group therapy, intensive outpatient care, medication monitoring, interpersonal skills training, and crisis intervention as an adjunct to individual therapy to facilitate skill-building and aid the healing process.
Pathways is designed to help individuals feel better and be better prepared to participate in outpatient therapy. In addition, Pathways helps develop self-reliance, problem-solving skills, and a sense of hopefulness about the future.
For more information about Pathways, call 330-253-3100, extension 262.
What clients are saying about Pathways:
“When I started, I didn’t think it was going to work for me … but I learned a lot about how I think about myself and what others think about me. This program allowed me to express my feelings, fears, hopes, and dreams in a group setting that made me feel safe. It is one of the best decisions that I could have made. It helped me learn about life.”
“I have learned a lot about coping skills and how to interact with others. I have a positive outlook on life now – they helped me build social support in and out of group. I have my interest in crafts again and have an increased interest in recreational activities. Most of all, I feel I can go out into the world and use the skills I have learned here.”