Pathways, Inc. provides children, adults, and families with specialized programs and services in developmental disabilities, mental health, family support, traumatic brain injury, and child care. We hold ourselves accountable for meeting the expressed needs of those we support and for offering them meaningful opportunities to develop their own capabilities.
Pathways, Inc. established in 1976 is a not-for-profit human service organization serving individuals and families across the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, and Rochester, New York regions by providing an array of services through our core programs.
These services provide in-home, community, and foster care services and care coordination to youth with serious emotional disturbances, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and chronic medical conditions.
Through Children’s Care Management, a Care Manager helps youth and caregivers get the care they need to improve the youth’s health.
These mental health and substance use services, available with NYS Children’s Medicaid, give children/youth (under age 21) and their families the power to improve their health, well-being, and quality of life.
Children's HCBS is a strength-based program that serves youth ages 0–21 years with serious emotional difficulties, developmental disabilities (if in foster care), and medical fragility.
Become a Resource (foster) Parent and provide a local home to keep children and youth in their community.
These programs provide various day programming and employment options for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and support and service coordination for individuals that are Nursing Home-eligible or have traumatic brain injuries, in addition to behavioral health services for adults with mental illness and/or alcohol and substance abuse. Eligibility and type of assistance vary by service.
Pathways, Inc. is an approved provider of Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) for adults in Steuben County.
Community Habilitation services are habilitation services that are provided to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities individually and with small groups.
Day Habilitation services are habilitative services that are provided through group activities out of the person’s home. Day Habilitation services can assist individuals to acquire, retain or improve their self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills, such as communication, travel and adult interactions.
Employment Services provide supports to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities to assist in obtaining and maintaining paid competitive jobs.
Family Support Services, funded through the Office of People With Developmental Disabilities, offers a variety of supports for families of individuals with a developmental disability who live at home with a family member.
Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Service Coordinators have been supporting Nursing Home eligible individuals under the Department of Health’s Nursing Home Transition and Diversion program since 2008, and work in partnership with the individual to ensure that they receive the most appropriate supports based on their need and in the most integrated environment.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Nursing Home Transition & Diversion (NHTD) Support Services are provided under the guidance of the Department of Health and offer eligible individuals support both in their own home, as well as the community.
Traumatic Brain Injury (Traumatic Brain Injury) Service Coordinators have been supporting individuals with TBI through the Department of Health’s TBI Waiver program since 1995, and work in partnership with the individual to secure supports and services that will allow them to live as independently and productively as possible.
These programs offer daytime care from infant through school age, before and after school care at Corning-Painted Post elementary schools and educational programming for children with special needs. Contracted services are available for at-risk youth and families.
The Center offers a warm, safe, and caring environment for children, providing year-round childcare with flexible hours for infants through school-age children.
Kids’ Adventure Club provides before and after school childcare throughout the school year and during non-school days in the Corning-Painted Post School District’s six elementary school buildings.
Provides developmentally delayed children with speech/language therapy and physical and/or occupational therapy in an educational environment.
Steuben County Department of Social Services (DSS) Collaborative Programs serve children who are at imminent risk of out-of-home placement and their families.
These residential program options offer a variety of 24-hour supervised home settings for children with severe emotional and behavioral difficulties and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Conable House Community Residence Program for Children and Youth located in Bath, NY serves youth who are experiencing emotional difficulties and have reached a level of stability and recovery in other inpatient and residential settings which enables them to live with others in a community-based setting, attend local schools, and participate in community, cultural, and social opportunities.
Lake Breeze Community Residence for Adolescents, located in Canandaigua, NY serves youth who are experiencing emotional difficulties and have reached a level of stability and recovery in other inpatient and residential settings which enables them to live with others in a community-based setting, attend local schools, and participate in community, cultural, and social activities.
The Residential Services programs offer a variety of 24-hour supervised home settings for children with severe emotional and behavioral difficulties and adults with developmental/intellectual disabilities.
Pathways, Inc. hosts a series of fundraising events each year. All funds go toward improving and expanding meaningful opportunities for those we serve to develop their own capabilities. Thank you for joining us!