UPDATE: Pathway Is Providing Services
The health and safety of Pathway children, families, and staff are paramount. In accordance with government directives we are taking all necessary precautions and will continue to respond to daily updates. Pathway is an essential service and will remain operating to meet the everyday needs of our children and families- who are no less vulnerable in the face of global uncertainty.
We have made accommodations to allow staff to work from home as directed by Governor DeWine. Phone lines are still operating on a limited basis. Email is best to reach our staff.
Our great NEED for foster parents continues. Virtual pre-service training for new foster parents has started! You may jump in at any time! Please email if you would like to start the process to help children in need of a safe home.
Telehealth Options: Are you finding that your children, or you, need some additional support in this time of social distancing and disruption to the daily routine of our lives?
Pathway Caring for Children offers counseling and support services through telephone and video, accessible through your smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer.
RESOURCES: Visit The Centers for Disease Control website for information on the COVID-19.
To empower children and families to realize their potential and achieve the possibilities of their lives through innovative mental health, foster care, and adoption services.
Pathway Caring for Children
4895 Dressler Rd NW Suite A
Canton, OH 44718
Brook Park Office
5131 West 140th Street
Brook Park, OH 44142
Pathway is accredited by the Council on Accreditation, the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services, and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Pathway is funded in part by United Way of Greater Stark County, and is a Stark Mental Health Addiction Recovery provider Pathway is also a member of the Ohio Children’s Alliance.