Support their need to Succeed
Our therapists and case managers are on site, in the schools every day. They are part of school meetings and schedules, and can engage with students where and when they need it. Currently offered in Brown Local, Minerva High School, Osnaburg Local, West Branch Local School Districts, Fairless School District, Beacon Hill Academy, and Heritage Christian School.
We help your child become successful in school, at home, and in the community. By bridging the academic and mental health worlds we provide support, encouragement, and address challenges as they arise during the school day. These include:
Pathway school-based therapists and case managers provide support and encouragement by:
Attending IEP meetings
Planning for behavioral success with principals, guidance counselors, and teachers
Tending to situations as they occur during the school day
Offering safe environments to de-stress, process and plan, and build social and emotional skills
Celebrating successes and addressing challenges
Motivating, inspiring, and embracing the uniqueness of all our clients
We work one-on-one, in a group setting, or both to best meet the individual needs of each child. Pathway has satellite offices so children and teens receive year-round support. Summer groups and experiences are offered during school breaks in order to provide a quality continuum of care.
Find out more.
Contact Pathway at 330.493.0083 to find out more about school-based services. You may also contact your child's teacher, guidance counselor, or principal for more information. Necessary paperwork for permission for Pathway to work with your child will need to be filled out before we begin.
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.