We’re here to help your family member or friend chart a path toward recovery and resilience.

If you’re concerned about changes in your family member’s or friend’s thoughts, perceptions, or behaviors, the Path Program can help. Our multidisciplinary team of clinicians is here to help you understand what’s going on, navigate uncertainties, and support their recovery and journey to full re-engagement in life.  


Understanding mental health

Nearly 1 in 5 people will cope with mental health challenges during teen and young adult years.

Today, mental health concerns among young people are as common as they are treatable. 

Mental health, like our physical health, is constantly changing. It varies from person to person and can change over time.  When problems are temporary and tolerable, they often just improve with time and support from friends and family.

But when they persist and disrupt our daily lives (for example, in school, work, or relationships), treatment by a mental health professional may help to prevent worsening symptoms and support a faster recovery.



A year and a half ago, I’d lost all hope. Now, all my hope is back—I know there is a light at the end of the tunnel. That’s thanks to the team at the Path Program. They not only helped my daughter get back on track, but they helped our family. The family support group helped us better understand what our daughter was facing and how to support her in return.

Mrs. Boyer

Mother of Path Program participant

Understanding psychosis

The Path Program works with young people at risk of developing or experiencing psychosis. “Psychosis” is not a specific illness but a term to describe a broad range of mental health symptoms. These symptoms may include changes in our thoughts and perceptions that can make us feel confused or distressed when interacting with the world.

Symptoms can come and go and vary in intensity over time, but sometimes they persist or worsen, disrupting day-to-day activities like studying, working, or socializing. In the United States, about 100,000 young people experience psychosis for the first time each year.

Watch this video to learn more about psychosis


Learn more about the signs and symptoms of PSYCHOSIS

Learn more about psychosis