Mother and SonPathways Transition Programs, Inc. is a private mental health services provider for children and their families. Based in Decatur, Georgia, our four office locations serve more than 20 north-central Georgia counties.

Our staff consists of a diverse group of over 100 full-time professionals that include licensed psychiatrist, licensed psychologists, licensed counselors, licensed social workers and a team of highly trained and supervised behavioral aides.

We offer a comprehensive array of assessment and therapy services for children, adolescents, adults, and families. Our services are both therapeutic and psycho-educational, fostering and supporting change and growth through healing the wounds of trauma and life challenges, as well as training and skill development to enhance coping skills and build resilience.

Our clients represent the variety and richness of our community and our referrals come from many sources —

  • Parents seeking assistance and guidance with their children and family challenges
  • Courts and child protective services seeking assistance to interrupt inter-generational cycles of family stress and conflict
  • Adoption and foster care agencies, as well as refugee resettlement agencies
  • Adults seeking to find balance in their lives and build resilience for meeting life’s challenges

We take great pride in being a resource for all families and all professionals working with children. We are committed to understanding, advocating and healing for all the different ways in which we are called upon to confront life as it unfolds.

Pathways Transition Programs, Inc.

  • CARF accredited (since 2004)
  • A Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Service Provider (Wraparound services include Homestead, Behavioral Aide, Early Intervention, Prevention of Unnecessary Placement, Comprehensive Child and Family Assessments, and Fitness to Parent Evaluations)
  • A Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Service Provider (Wraparound services include Expedited Services, and The Seven Challenges Program)
  • A DCFS and DJJ approved parenting education resource