PATH is a community impact initiative of United Way that helps provide confidential licensed mental health therapy in participating school districts throughout Sheboygan County.
PATH is a school-based mental health program that helps create increased access to services for youth by removing financial and geographical barriers.
- Improved academic performance and social functioning
- Reduced suspensions, detentions, unexcused absences, and symptoms
- Significant progress towards treatment goals
Why school-based Mental Health?
- Eliminates transportation costs
- Services are delivered regardless of ability to pay
- On-site therapy reduces missed appointments & classroom time
- On-site therapy provides greater opportunity for care coordination & case management
- On-site therapy encourages self-referrals and referrals by peers
PATH Impact Report
PATH: Youth Mental Health 101 Infographic
Providing Access To Healing Newsletter
PATH COMMUNITY PARTNERS
If you believe your child could benefit from PATH, reach out to your child’s school counselor. If your child attends a school that is not partnered with PATH, reach out to Mental Health America Lakeshore or Wisconsin 211 and they will be able to help you navigate finding a therapist that best fits your family’s needs. Also, check out Sheboygan County's Mental Health Services Roadmaps created specifically for our community.
For all other inquiries and/or how you can help support PATH, Contact the Director of Providing Access To Healing (PATH), Brianna Heusterberg via email at email@example.com.