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Monarch Place home of Family Pathways

Monarch Place home of Family Pathways

Our Lobby

Our Lobby

One of Our Therapy Rooms

One of Our Therapy Rooms

One of Our Visit Rooms

One of Our Visit Rooms

Our Lower Entrance

Our Lower Entrance

All Services at Family Pathways Embrace the Principles of Trauma Informed Care
Please contact us about our broad array of telehealth services during COVID-19.
  • Psychiatric evaluations and medication management

  • Telepsychiatry

  • Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists

  • Providing 40 years' worth of experience

  • Great introduction into classroom environment 

  • Provides a consistent, predictable schedule that provides a sense of security.

  • Foster growth toward independence and social responsibility 

  • Parent Empowerment Services

  • Designed to assist families as they strive to cope with significant stresses or problems that interfere with parents’ ability to nurture and care for their children 

  • Family focused and community based

  • Promote parent-child bonding and relationships

  • Provide care and safety for children in out of home placement

  • Resource families receive ongoing training and support from Family Pathways staff

  • Referrals come from multiple sources

  • Promotes reliable, ongoing relationships with parents. 

  • Promotes children's emotional and physical safety 

  • Multiple levels of supervision

    • supervised visitation​

    • therapeutic supervised visitation

    • off site supervised visitation

    • monitored visitation

    • monitored exchange

  • Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) Affiliate since 2002

  • Offering a full array of adoption and permanency services including:

    • Child Preparation​

    • Child Profile

    • Child Specific Recruitment (CSR)

    • Family Profile

    • Finalization

    • Post Permanency

Are you interested in becoming a resource caregiver?

  • Offer an in-home support for parents to prevent out of home placement

  • Strives to strengthen and stabilize the family unit, increase life management and coping skills, develop strategies to enhance parenting skills, enhance positive communication skills, and prevent out-of-home placement or to reunify family members

  • Services last from 6-8 months

Services are provided at Family Pathways without regard to race, color, religious creed, ancestry, sex, disability, age or national origin. 

Butler Collaborative for Families

The mission of the Butler Collaborative for Families is to build a unified and integrated network of services by using a multiple-agency approach to break down barriers and strengthen the system of care for the children and families of Butler County.  Family Pathways is proud to be a founding member of Butler Collaborative for Families.  Our Executive Director, Dr. Elan Welter Lewis, formerly served as a co-chairperson.

  • Offers access to care for individuals who otherwise experience barriers to attending services in a traditional outpatient mental health setting

  • Provided in the individual’s home and/or other community sites that support a private, counseling environment

  • Offers a combination of flexible treatment options and provides individual, family or group therapy

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