We work with children, adolescents and families from a wide range of backgrounds
that represent the variety and richness of our community. We think of all "problems"
as representing our attempts to stay in balance as we cope with the challenges life presents us
— some of these challenges are external, such as traumatic events, death and loss, divorce,
being uprooted and becoming foster or adoptive children, or refugees. Other challenges are
internally driven, such as anxiety, self-doubt, trouble staying focused or learning differences
and developmental disabilities. Whatever the nature of an individual’s life challenges, they
tend to affect the whole family and direct one’s options.
Our referrals come from many sources. Parents seek assistance and guidance with their children,
while courts and child protective services seek assistance in breaking inter-generational cycles
of family stress and conflict, child abuse and neglect. Adoption and foster care agencies, as
well as refugee resettlement agencies need us to help "transplanted" children and families
grow in their new environments.
Pathways takes great pride in being a resource for all families, making a commitment to
understanding, advocating and healing for all the different ways in which we are called
upon to confront life as it unfolds.
Make a difference in your or someone else's life today.
To initiate a confidential referral, please download one of the following forms:
DFCS Referral Form
CMO/Medicaid Referral Form
Psychological Evaluation Referral Form
Please completed forms, or fax them to our main office at 404.378.2394.
Call us with any questions at 404.378.2300.