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Mental and Behavioral Health Services offered

Not All Behavioral Health Practices Are Created Equal

We Provide:

  • Individualized care
  • Proven treatment methods
  • All behavioral health conditions
  • Latest detection methods
  • Mindfulness based stress resuction (MBSR)
  • Convenient locations and Telehealth

PathIHC is leading the way in treating mental and behavioral health conditions. Our experienced staff work with people of all ages and from different backgrounds. We offer treatment for disorders like anorexia, anxiety, autism, or other disorders. If you have a disorder, we will find out about it and help you with our facilities that are advanced in technology.

We will partner with you to understand your needs and help you. We will use new technology and advanced facilities to treat both the mind and body. Our goal is to make people healthy, so we can help them live a healthy life.”

It is not hard to find the right resources for your needs. We can be your guide and help you find them.

Since no two situations are the same, we provide individualized plans for you and your loved ones.

PathIHC with match you with the best resources to keep your body and mind healthy. We provide for both your physical health needs and for optimal mental health and substance use disorders.

Conditions We Treat

We provide relief for the following Behavioral Health conditions

ADHD/ADD


ADHD/ADD: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental condition characterized by problems paying attention, controlling behavior, and being overly active.. This condition generally starts at a young age and can last into adulthood. [More]

Anxiety Disorder

An anxiety disorder is a mental condition that causes severe and pervasive feelings of worry, fear, and unease. It might also cause you to have panic attacks, severely impacting quality of life. It affects approximately 19.1% of adults in the United States. [More]

Autism

Autism is a neurological disorder that makes it difficult for someone to communicate and interact with others. It affects 1 in 68 children, making autism more common than pediatric cancer, diabetes or AIDS. [More]

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Asperger syndrome is the most common form, accounting for about 80% of cases. People with Asperger syndrome have normal intelligence and often exhibit high levels of creativity in artistic or musical domains. [More]

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental condition where, for an extended period of time, there are sustained periods of high energy and mood with lowered energy and mood. It’s not curable but it can be managed by taking medicine that moderates the extremes.[More]

Depression

Depression is a mental disorder characterized by persistent sadness and lethargy that interferes with daily life. The negative mood typically does not improve on its own, lasts for more than two weeks, and causes noticeable problems functioning in everyday life. [More]

Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that affect many people. These include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. People with these conditions see themselves as overweight even though they’re not. In the US, 3.7 million people are estimated to have an eating disorder. Fifty percent of these cases are associated with depression and/or anxiety disorders. [More]

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental illness that involves experiencing intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors. For example, it causes people to feel like they need to perform certain actions, such as counting or checking things, over and over again. 1-2% of Americans suffer from OCD? It’s a serious condition that affects the way someone thinks, acts and feels.[More]

Post Traumatic Stress Discorder (PTSD)

Individuals who have undergone prolonged stress, trauma or disorientation may display symptoms of PTSD. It is often seen as a mental health issue or a disorder but it can also be observed in individuals who live with chronic illness or disability. People with PTSD often relive the trauma through nightmares and flashbacks, and they may experience feelings of isolation, irritability, guilt, and helplessness. [More]

Schitzophrenia

Schizophenia is a brain disorder characterized by impairments in the perception or expression of reality and by significant social or occupational dysfunction. This can be evidenced by symptoms like delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking and speech, catatonic behavior (also known as negative symptoms), or formal thought disorder (also known as positive symptoms). [More]

Substance Abuse Disorder

Substance abuse disorder (SUD) is a diagnosis that describes the harmful use of psychoactive substances such as alcohol, nicotine, illicit drugs and medicines. A person with SUD can be addicted to one or more substances. [More]

View a full list of conditions we treat at PATH Behavioral Health Clinics and Telehealth

Our Services 

Specialty Behavioral Health Services

Behavioral Health

Assessment and Evaluation

Individual Therapy

Family Therapy

Case Management

Group Therapy

Medical Services

Psychiatric Support

Nursing Services

Medication Management

Medication Assessment

Care Coordination

Integrated Services

Partnership Opportunities

School Based Services

Program Enhancement Services


What Our Patients Say About Us

Behavioral health services have changed my life and the lives of many people I care for. Prior to behavioral health, I had regular panic attacks that prevented me from caring for myself. Through PathIHC’s behavioral health’s Support program I was able to learn how to manage my symptoms as well as to become more self-sufficient in my daily life. Support taught me to recognize the warning signs and how to use behavioral health self-help materials (such as relaxation exercises) to keep myself calm during a panic attack.

John Francois

Patient

What Our Caregivers Say About Us

Symptoms such as fatigue and depression have been greatly reduced through behavioral health programs that provide support to caregivers. I wouldn’t be able to continue working without behavioral health support even though I am the caregiver and not the patient. The behavioral health team has all the resources needed for behavioral health, family members, and caregivers to learn how to care for themselves and others with behavioral health conditions.

Pam Lewis

Patient

What Our Case Workers Say About Us

Behavioral health’s behavioral management strategies and self-help materials have given me the tools to become a successful behavioral health case manager. I now enjoy my job, working with others in behavioral health, as well as being a good decision maker for myself. PathIHC is the real deal when it comes to looking after it’s employees.

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