Pathways is a statewide service providing assessment, treatment and support for children with complex and longstanding mental health issues and their parents/carers. 

The program offers intensive therapeutic intervention that includes school and family outreach. Once accepted into the program, each family is allocated a mental health clinician who will be the main contact person to coordinate the child's care.

Pathways work with families in a range of ways. 

What happens at Pathways

At Pathways, each child is assessed for their unique strengths and difficulties at home and school. They are then given intensive treatment by way of group and individual therapy for children and care givers.

Holiday programs for carers and children to target specific goals eg. Therapeutic Crisis Intervention for Families, social skills, transition to high school readiness are also a part of the program.

Last Updated: 20/04/2021