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Between our four companies, Pathways of Pennsylvania has been serving communities in Pennsylvania since 1981. Pathways of Pennsylvania is proud to be part of Pathways Health and Community Support, LLC., one of the largest national providers of accessible, outcome-based behavioral and mental health services.
Pathways of Pennsylvania has a long-standing reputation for quality. Our company culture has been and will continue to be client centered. Pathways of Pennsylvania employees strive for service excellence. We work diligently every day to meet the needs of the many youth, adults, and families in our care. Our Risk Management and Compliance Department works closely with our national quality assurance partners and regulatory authorities to ensure that we are compliant with state, federal, and regulatory requirements by continuously monitoring and evaluating our service provision.
Children’s Behavioral Health
Children’s Behavioral Health, Inc. is a home, school, community, and site based service provider offering Behavioral Health and Rehabilitative Services and Children’s Partial Hospitalization Services to children and adolescents in central and western Pennsylvania.
Pathways Community Services
Pathways Community Services, LLC. is a home, school, and community based service provider offering Behavioral Health and Rehabilitative Services to children and adolescents in eastern Pennsylvania.
Raystown Developmental Services
Raystown Developmental Services Inc. is a home, school, community, and site based service provider offering a variety of behavioral health and intellectual disability services to children, adolescents, and adults in Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Juniata Counties.
The ReDCo Group
The ReDCo Group Inc. is a home, school, community, and site based service provider offering a variety of behavioral health and intellectual disability services to children, adolescents, and adults in central and eastern Pennsylvania.
Mary was a five-year-old child diagnosed with autism. She had very limited language skills and could only repeat two scripted phrases that she learned from her favorite cartoon. When outside, she would pick up sticks or walk in circles, rather than play with others. Mary would hide in her in bedroom and refuse to come out for her birthday, Christmas, and other special events. Mary started in our Behavioral Health & Rehabilitative Services (BHRS) Program through Pathways Community Services. She was provided intense Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). These interventions focused on communication and social interaction. We taught her how to tell her parents when she was hungry or sick. She picked up on these skills, and began communicating effectively and was interacting with others. Mary had a birthday party with several extended family members and she enjoyed herself. The following year, she invited friends over and played with them. Mary began Kindergarten with a smaller class size, but the same academic structure as her peers. Her BHRS services were gradually less intense and she was able to attend regular education classes with her friends. Mary is currently in choir, girl scouts, dance, and attends sporting events, as they are offered at her school.
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