Positive Psychology approaches and strength-based treatment solutions
Positive psychology offers significant hope for improvement while allowing clients to focus on what's going well as opposed to a constant focus on what's going wrong.Learn More
Path IHC falls under the essential business exception and will remain open to provide valuable and lifesaving work for our clients and communities. We are grateful to the Governor’s offices for recognizing the value of the work that PATH and other healthcare providers provide to our clients. We will be strictly following social distancing and disinfecting protocols in all of our locations. Path is still treating clients and accepting new clients. We also have telehealth and telemedicine options available for all of our clients so they may continue to receive critical services while minimizing their risk from the comfort of their homes. To learn more about our telehealth options visit our telehealth service page or call 1-844-584-7284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Path is committed to monitor the situation closely and will update our policies and procedures as the situation develops.
Different from providers who only focus on one or two central services, PATH offers clients a full integrated system of care that removes potential obstacles to treatment by committing to a policy of zero barrier care. This allows clients to access a full continuum of care options that are specifically designed to meet all of their individual treatment needs.
PATH Integrated Healthcare, or Path IHC, is an organization that specializes in providing high quality, innovative behavioral health treatment via strength-based solutions and positive approaches to care. Different from providers who only focus on one or two central services, PATH offers clients a full integrated system of care that removes potential obstacles to treatment by committing to a policy of zero barrier care. This allows clients to access a full continuum of care options that are specifically designed to meet all of their individual treatment needs.
Our commitment to you that we will do all that we can to ensure that you can get the help you are seeking, regardless of your age, availability, or location. With telehealth options or community and home appointments we strive to be available however suits your needs
At PATH, all providers are connected within one system of care. This integrated system ensures direct communication that allows for each step of your treatment process to build upon the previous one.
Positive Psychology does focus on three core aspects of your life: positive experiences, positive personal traits, and positive institutions. Simply put, PATH strives to be a positive institution.
PATH has treatment facilities across multiple states and is expanding rapidly. Even if you cannot make it to one of our facilities we can come to your or provide services through easy and convenient telehealth options.
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