Pathways is committed to the health and safety of our clients, our staff and the families of each. Because of this, we have moved our staff to working remotely. Client care and customer service remain our top priority so we are continuing all client appointments via telephone or video.
If you have an upcoming appointment, please contact our office or your assigned staff to learn about your options for upcoming appointments.
PEOPLE. PASSION. SERVICE.
Serving Arizona since 1997, our dedicated team specializes in bringing a full spectrum of behavioral health services to the children, adults, and families we serve. We take pride in our ability to support people in their own settings with our skilled team of professionals.
With a history of leading the way in managed behavioral health care and home-based services, Pathways of Arizona continues to use innovation and effective collaboration to meet the needs of those we serve.
Our Programs Are:
Recovery and Wellness Focused
Flexible and Organized
Supported by Technology
Comprehensive and Collaborative
Coordinated with System Partners
Pathways of Arizona provides classes, licensure and ongoing support for HCTC (therapeutic) foster parents. Our families receive top-notch preparation for this invaluable service as well as receiving ongoing, round-the-clock support, which is paramount to the success of those children and their foster families.
Pathways of Arizona utilizes the Seven Challenges model to treat adolescent substance use. This evidence based program is offered in individual and group settings at outpatient and intensive outpatient levels. Seven Challenges teaches youth to think critically and make informed choices about how they deal with life, improving not only problems related to substance use but mental health conditions which often co-occur with it.
Pathways of Arizona offers Autism and behavioral intervention services through the Positive Family Support Program. The Positive Family Support Program is designed to help families better manage challenging behavior displayed by their children. This is a proactive approach, which heavily relies on the primary caregiver(s) to implement prevention strategies, teaching skills, and managing consequences and is not intended to be used solely for crisis situations.
We proudly provide a comprehensive line of services designed to meet the unique needs of children, youth and families. Our behavioral health services support children, teens and families struggling with regulating emotions, substance abuse challenges, behavioral concerns, autism, attention deficit and more. Our trauma informed approach is sensitive to the needs of families who have experienced neglect, abuse or are involved in the child justice system
Pathways of Arizona offers psychiatric services, medication management, and assessment through its team of in house Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, and other board certified medical personnel. Services can be provided face-to-face with our medical team or across the state via our tele-medicine technologies.
Pathways of Arizona provides a growing number of Trauma Informed social services and behavioral health programs to eligible adult populations. Our programs are tailored specifically to meet the immediate and long-term needs of our clients through home- and community-based counseling, referral, assessment and therapeutic services.
Assessment and Evaluation; Birth-5; Functional Behavioral Analysis; Autism (ABA) Services; Case Management; Individual, Group, and Family Therapy; 24/7 Crisis Services; Psychiatric Services; Tele-Medicine; Skills Development; Substance Use Problems; Parenting; Prevention; Therapeutic, Regular, and Medically Fragile Foster Care; Respite; The Seven Challenges Program; Child-Parent Psychotherapy
Years Providing Service to Arizona
Smiling Clients each Year
Before I went to Pathways, I got very anxious. I was 13 years old. I would not want to go to school. I was scared something was going to happen to my mom. I would not want to go anywhere, not even to my Grandpa and Grandma’s house. The teachers and counselors at school told my mom I needed to get help because I wasn’t being myself. I went to Pathways and met with Stacy. They listened to my concerns. I met with a doctor there and they told my mom that they could help me. I started on medicine and it started to help. I would meet with Stacy and a counselor and they gave me ideas to stay
calm. The teachers and my family could see that Pathways was helping me. I really liked coming to see Stacy and Sean. Everyone was great. Now I am feeling good. I take my medicine and I just graduated high school. I will start at the U of A in July!