Pathways Community Services
221 Mahantongo Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
Business: (570) 622-6417
Fax: (570) 622-3230
Children’s Behavioral Health
203 College Park Plaza
Johnstown, PA 15904
Business: (814) 262-0768
Fax: (814) 262-0795
Raystown Developmental Services (RDS)
306 Penn Street
Huntington, PA 16652
Business: (814) 643-6510
The ReDCo Group
Behavioral Health Services
14-16-18 S. Centre Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
Business: (570) 628-5234
In Pennsylvania, Pathways offers services through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Pathways Community Services, Children’s Behavioral Health, Inc., Raystown Developmental Services (“RDS”), and the ReDCo Group (“ReDCo”).
PCS specializes in providing outpatient behavioral health services to children and adolescents in the school, home, and community settings. Specifically, PCS provides Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS). Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) are available for children and/or adolescents up to age 21 who present with social, emotional, or behavioral issues that result in impairment that substantially interferes with or limits the child’s role or functioning in family, school, or community activities. BHRS services will or are reasonably expected to improve or stabilize certain behavioral symptoms exhibited by children/adolescents.
Children’s Behavioral Health, Inc. (CBH) specializes in providing outpatient behavioral health services to children and adolescents in the school, home, and community settings. Specifically, CBH provides two programs in the state of Pennsylvania: Partial Hospitalization Program (for children) and Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS).
The Partial Hospitalization Program is an intensive program designed to provide mental health treatment and education to children aged 5-14 with emotional and behavioral disturbances. This program is designed for children who display behaviors or have needs severe enough to warrant an out-of-school placement, yet have enough support and self control to function in the home environment during evenings and weekends.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) are available for children and/or adolescents up to age 21 who present with social, emotional, or behavioral issues that result in impairment that substantially interferes with or limits the child’s role or functioning in family, school, or community activities. BHRS services will or are reasonably expected to improve or stabilize certain behavioral symptoms exhibited by children/adolescents.
The ReDCo Group (“ReDCo”) is a licensed human service provider offering a diverse continuum of community-based programs. ReDCo’s philosophy of service delivery focuses on linking resources with community needs. The spectrum of activities offered by ReDCo includes oversight of public transportation, comprehensive care for developmentally disabled persons, a full array of behavioral health activities, workforce development and child with family unification services.
ReDCo has developed expertise in workforce readiness and employer assistance. Funding is provided through the federal Workforce Investment Act. The Commonwealth has established community centers known as CareerLinks, which cluster the following services:
Access to state unemployment benefits; youth career resources; services for persons with employment disabilities; and access to public welfare.
Services for persons with intellectual disabilities includes multiple levels of community residential, day habilitation and behavior management services.
The behavioral health treatment programs offer a variety of treatment levels for individuals and families under the supervision of a psychiatrist. While the children and family services provide supports and assistance necessary to enhance family relationships and functionality.
Collectively, each division within ReDCo serve consumers with a focus on independence, individual potential, and preserving the family unit. The premise of service delivery is customizing services to individual needs. The ReDCo Group boasts a 25+ year proven track record for service quality and cost efficiencies.
Raystown Developmental Services (“RDS”) has been serving the counties of Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Juniata since 1983.
Our team of professionals is committed to providing quality services which empower individuals in decision making that will enable them to lead full satisfied lives within their community.
Raystown Developmental Services delivers services that are individually/family driven and promote decision making which reflects individuality. The emphasis is on diversity, individual strengths, personal decision making, and community integration. The vision of Raystown Developmental Services is for every individual to be fully accepted as a contributing member of society.
Through the auspices of its intellectual disabilities division, Raystown Developmental Services provides multiple levels of residential support for individuals with intellectual disabilities and day programs designed to maximize socialization and community integration opportunities. Through its family services division, Raystown Developmental Services provides services via contract with Children & Youth Services that include: supervised parental visitation, independent living for transition age adolescents, Family-Group Decision Making (FGDM), family preservation services, and parent education services.
The ReDCo Group acquired Raystown Developmental Services (RDS) in January of 2007. RDS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the ReDCo Group.