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The Straight Inc. Trail-From Pathway's website
« on: October 28, 2008, 05:21:06 PM »
Accomplishments in Pathway's History

~ In 2002 Pathway Family Center received the "Families Count" award from the Anna B Casey Foundation. Pathway was one of ten organizations recognized for our outstanding work in making families stronger.
~ Drug Strategies, a national research institute promoting effective approaches to th enation's teen drug problem, (Washington D.C.) recognized Pathway Family Center as one of only 144 adolescent drug treatment programs in the country that met their definition of "what works in adolescent drug treatment".Pathway is the only program in Michigan, and one of two programs in Indiana, identified as meeting the guide's criteria for effective teen treatment.

~ Terri Nissley, CEO & President of Pathway Family Center was featured as one of Florine Mark's Remarkable Woman (Michigan) in April of 2005. She was itnerviewed on WXYZ's Ask Florine television show and Magic- WMGC 105.1.

~ A Pathway graduate client and parent spoke at A Special Town Hall Meeting in August 2004 - Metropolitan Detroit & Southeast Michigan event. The event was sponsored by Partnership for a Drug-Free America. touching on their experiences with drugs and alcohol, the negative effects on their family, their recovery, and the postives of their lives today.

~ Pathway Family Center has partnered with Birmingham-Bloomfield Families in Action (BBFA) by providing speakers at events, information ot the community, and Pathway website link resources about drug and alcohol use among teens and where to get help.

~ Pathway Family Center was invited to participate in the Annual NIPAW - National Inhalant Prevention Coalition Conference in Washington D.C. A pathway client - a 16 year old female who was an inhalant user shared her story about the abuse, destroyed family relationships, and her recovery process at Pathway.
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