Pathways COVID-19 Response:
Pathways is taking many steps to assure safety of staff and the people we serve and yet still provide essential services. Therefore, masks are required when meeting with Pathways staff.
If you have questions about your services through Pathways, please call Pathways at 1-888-728-4929
Pathways continues to provide 24/7 Crisis Services
Are you in crisis?
Around the clock crisis support services.
Call 1-888-PATHWAY (1-888-728-4929)
Access to Services
Not sure if you or a family member qualify for services?
We want people to feel that they are part of something bigger and more worthwhile than just a job.
We challenge ourselves to be curious and continue to develop our skills. Let’s be tenacious, inspire others and demonstrate a real passion for what we do.
We work as a team and respect each other. We are dynamic, creative, and enthusiastic. We are professional and work with integrity.
"People, Passion and Principles" is a concept borrowed
from "Strategy and the Fat Smoker" by David Maister.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and by County state of emergency, the Pathways Board and Committee meetings will be held virtually via "Lifesize" until further notice. Meetings are open to the public and the Pathways Board of Directors invite you to attend. Instructions for joining the meetings are provided below.
Call in from Phone or Mobile (audio only)
United States: +1 (312) 584-2401
Meeting Extension 1947316#
Public participation will be available during the Public Comment section on the Agenda. Public comment is limited to three minutes per speaker. Public comment will be opened by the Pathways Board Chair for Alger, Delta, Luce, and Marquette County, respectively. The Board Chair will address each person one at a time and will request you identify yourself for the record.
Pathways Board Meeting May 5, 2021
Pathways Retirees-2021 Retiree Health Insurance Review
Pathways Eliminating Stigma Team (P.E.S.T)
Pathways Eliminating Stigma Team (P.E.S.T) in collaboration with community partners, Youth Mental Health Project and Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards is excited to bring to Alger, Delta, Luce and Marquette County, No Letting Go - a poignant yet elevating drama about a young boy’s mental illness and how it shapes the course of his life, as well as the lives of his family members.
View Trailer - https://vimeo.com/ondemand/nolettinggo/160663327