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Pathways Center provides mental health, developmental disabilities, and addictive disease services in the west central Georgia region to include the following counties – Butts, Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Lamar, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Troup, and Upson.
Pathways Center is accredited by CARF. CARF is the nation’s accreditation authority in the fields of medical rehabilitation, behavioral health and employment, and community support services. Pathways Center has been providing services in West Georgia since 1972, and is one of twenty-five community service boards in the State of Georgia.
Pathways Center for Behavioral and Developmental Growth provides services that are family centered, culturally and consumer responsive, and that lead to empowerment, self sufficiency, and an improved quality of life for persons affected by serious and persistent mental, developmental, or behavioral challenges.
We are a team of unique individuals caring deeply about each other and those we serve. Integrity and respect for the individual are our highest values. We empower our consumers to take charge of their lives and accomplish their dreams. In addition, we spearhead a powerful community partnership to continuously improve health, quality of life, and satisfaction.
To schedule an appointment, please call 1-888-247-9048.
Pathways Center gladly accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and Peach Care. Fees may be established based on a sliding fee scale for eligible individuals.
Outpatient services are available in each clinic, and constitutes many different types of services. Licensed counselors, Case Managers, Physicians, and Nurses are available in each location to provide quality care.
These services are available in the following counties:
Community Support offers trained and experienced case managers to help individuals maintain their independence, develop skills, and provide an additional layer of support.
Community Support is offered to the following counties:
Provides structured activities within a Peer Support Center to promote socialization, recovery, wellness, self-advocacy, use of natural supports and maintenance of community living skills.
Peer Support is offered in the following counties:
Promotes recovery and improved quality of life for persons diagnosed with a mental illness. The focus is on helping the individual develop skills needed to improve their ability to be successful and satisfied in the living, working, learning and social environments of their choice.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation is offered in the following counties:
Offers a supervised living environment for individuals transitioning out of hospitals back into the community. Assistance is given for financial, social and daily living skills.
The developmental disabilities program offers an array of service levels based on eligibility and need
These services are offered in the following counties:
Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) offers a medically monitored short term crisis residential service for the purpose of providing psychiatric stabilization and detoxification from substances.
This program is located in Troup County.
Hopes Corner is designed to stabilize children/adolescents and families in the least restrictive environment, to assist in crisis resolution and to provide a comprehensive community crisis plan for stabilization that utilizes the child’s/family’s strengths, natural supports and community resources. We are designated as an Emergency Receiving unit, meaning we take both voluntary and involuntary individuals.
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This program is located in Meriwether County.
The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT) is a short-term crisis intervention service, provided in the community for those adults, children and adolescents undergoing an acute crisis that presents a risk of imminent harm to self or others.
These services are offered to the following counties: