Mental and Behavioral Health Services offered
Not All Behavioral Health Practices Are Created Equal
PathIHC is leading the way in treating mental and behavioral health conditions. Our experienced staff work with people of all ages and from different backgrounds. We offer treatment for disorders like anorexia, anxiety, autism, or other disorders. If you have a disorder, we will find out about it and help you with our facilities that are advanced in technology.
We will partner with you to understand your needs and help you. We will use new technology and advanced facilities to treat both the mind and body. Our goal is to make people healthy, so we can help them live a healthy life.”
It is not hard to find the right resources for your needs. We can be your guide and help you find them.
Since no two situations are the same, we provide individualized plans for you and your loved ones.
PathIHC with match you with the best resources to keep your body and mind healthy. We provide for both your physical health needs and for optimal mental health and substance use disorders.
Conditions We Treat
We provide relief for the following Behavioral Health conditions
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental condition characterized by problems paying attention, controlling behavior, and being overly active.. This condition generally starts at a young age and can last into adulthood. [More]
Bipolar disorder is a mental condition where, for an extended period of time, there are sustained periods of high energy and mood with lowered energy and mood. It’s not curable but it can be managed by taking medicine that moderates the extremes. [More]
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental illness that involves experiencing intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors. It causes people to feel like they need to perform certain actions. OCD is a serious condition that affects the way someone thinks, acts and feels. [More]
An anxiety disorder is a mental condition that causes severe and pervasive feelings of worry, fear, and unease. It might also cause you to have panic attacks, severely impacting quality of life. It affects approximately 19.1% of adults in the United States. [More]
Depression is a mental disorder characterized by persistent sadness and lethargy that interferes with daily life. The negative mood typically does not improve on its own, lasts for more than two weeks, and causes noticeable problems functioning in everyday life. [More]
Post Traumatic Stress Discorder (PTSD)
Individuals who have undergone prolonged stress, trauma or disorientation may display symptoms of PTSD. People with PTSD often relive the trauma through nightmares and flashbacks, and they may experience feelings of isolation, irritability, guilt, and helplessness. [More]
Autism is a neurological disorder that makes it difficult for someone to communicate and interact with others. It affects 1 in 68 children, making autism more common than pediatric cancer, diabetes or AIDS. [More]
Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that affect many people. These include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. In the US, 3.7 million people are estimated to have an eating disorder. 50% of these cases are associated with depression and/or anxiety disorders. [More]
Substance Abuse Disorder
Substance abuse disorder (SUD) is a diagnosis that describes the harmful use of psychoactive substances such as alcohol, nicotine, illicit drugs and medicines. A person with SUD can be addicted to one or more substances. [More]
Specialty Behavioral Health Services
Assessment and Evaluation
School Based Services
Program Enhancement Services