What makes Pathway To Hope different?
When it comes to helping individuals and families facing mental illness is community that makes the difference. Finding people that understand what it’s like to live with seroius mental illness is refreshing. Whether you join in a Courage Group or participate in our E3: Encourage • Empower • Education™ Course you’re going to find a group of peers that have faced their fears and found their way through survival to thriving.
What makes Pathway To Hope different?
When it comes to helping individuals and families facing mental illness is community that makes the difference. Finding people that understand what it’s like to live with severe and persistent mental illness is refreshing. Whether you join in a Courage Group or participate in our E3: Encourage • Empower • Education™ Course you’re going to find a group of peers that have faced their fears and found their way through survival to thriving.Read More…
Because No One Should Face Mental Illness Alone.
Process your experience in a confidential group
“It’s the hour and a half I feel normal each week.”- Sherry (Son living with mental illness)Courage Groups
Strengthen yourself with hope
“I learned so much. Everyone should take a course like this!” – Deb (Pastor’s wife)About E3 Classes
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“The biggest thing we need was to find those to assist us in recovery.” – Steve (Brother living with mental illness)Resources
Discover how Pathway to Hope has helped
people just like you – regain their hope.
Getting a clear understanding of diagnosis, learning healthy communications skills, finding our own healthy boundaries, and gaining permission to care for yourself, all the while living in the extraordinary circumstances that make up mental illness. No one is here to tell you what to do, and yet you can find resources and learn what has worked for others. Learning to accept your own movement through the stages of recovery.
We all need hope and even more so when facing the challenges of mental illness. You’ve found the friends that will stick with your through the struggles of getting a diagnosis, finding the right treatment options, enduring medication changes, and finding a way back to a new normal. This is your place, these are your people, we can face the future together. You don’t have to do this alone!KC Metro Mental Health links & NumbersFind a ProfessionalKC Metro full resource database
VOLUNTEER & FUNDRAISE
How can you help? Many of our volunteers have experienced the resources first hand and find giving back is nothing more then spending time with friends while working on a common interest. Some family members and loved ones find volunteering daily in ongoing tasks or at our larger events held throughout the year to be just what they need to help those closest to them and show they care. Contact us for more details.Upcoming Events
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“Mental illness isn’t new to me. I’ve been supporting my daughter for many years now. Recently I began to support some others in my family and felt like it was time for a refresher. So, I completed the E3 Course and remembered a number of things that I had let slip way…
(adult child with persistent mental illness)Read More
“When our son was diagnosed, it was the support groups that saved our lives. The connections we made helped us to find resources. The groups became our lifeline and we always knew that there was someone who understood…
(adult child with schizophrenia)Read More
“Attending E3 was an incredibly eye opening experience for me. I was able to learn much of what I wish I would’ve been taught in school…
(sister with sever autism)Read More
E3 Helps Many
Scope of Those Served
Pathway To Hope is committed to encourage, educate, & empower individuals & families arising from dealing with a broad spectrum of mental illnesses. The following is a small list of mental health conditions that you or a loved one may be experiencing. ADHD Anxiety Disorders Bipolar Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder Depression Dissociative Disorders Early Psychosis and Psychosis Eating Disorders Obsessive-compulsive Disorder Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Schizoaffective Disorder Schizophrenia even more Related Conditions, such as Risk of Suicide Anosognosia Dual Diagnosis Self-harm and Sleep Disorders.Resource Links