New Pathways Program at DCIU Education Center
The New Pathways Program is a collaboration between the Office of Behavioral Health, Magellan Behavioral Health and DCIU. New Pathways is a school-based mental health program suitable for students in Kindergarten through sixth grade who display social and emotional needs. Educational supports are provided through the DCIU and consist of academics in the core content areas and specialty classes such as art, music and physical education. Mental health supports are provided through Crozer-Community Division will consist of medication management service, systems collaboration, counseling, social skills training, peer mediation, conflict resolution, positive reinforcement and parent supports.
DCIU Education Center, 100 Crozerville Rd., Aston, PA 19014
ContactNan Porter, Supervisor, 610-938-9000 ext. 6102 | firstname.lastname@example.org