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Subaru share the love 2021

Mark Mills, Chief Executive Officer, was pleased to accept a check for $15,000 from Dan O’Brien of Dan O’Brien Subaru on Friday. PathWays is proud to be selected as their Home Town Charity in the Subaru “Share the Love” event for the second straight year. We are pleased to continue this valued partnership.

We have been utilizing the funds from last year’s donation to support children and families served in our Family Centered Early Supports and Services (FCESS) program. This program provides support to families with children under the age of three experiencing developmental delays. The funds have been used to help 21 families purchase specialized equipment to support their child’s developmental needs. We were also able to purchase over 20 pieces of adaptive equipment that we can loan to families for short-term and trial use. Additionally, we were able to purchase 50 books for the FSESS literacy initiative, provide additional respite and family support to 10 families and send three of our staff to a training in infant mental health.

PathWays is grateful to Dan O’ Brien Subaru for this generous donation. Thank you for having such a positive impact on our community.

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Welcome to PathWays of the River Valley

PathWays is a non-profit agency that serves people with disabilities in their home communities in Sullivan and Lower Grafton counties. PathWays works with children, adults, and their families to provide ongoing, individualized support. PathWays works with local agencies, programs and businesses to provide individuals with meaningful work, recreation and community life.

PathWays of the River Valley is the result of a merger in 2006 that combined the resources of Developmental Services of Sullivan County (DSSC) of Claremont, and United Developmental Services (UDS) in Lebanon and is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of local citizens.

We are PathWays of the River Valley, a community-based non-profit agency that supports people with developmental disabilities and brain injuries and their families throughout Sullivan and Lower Grafton Counties.

We would like to welcome Cassie Edwards to the PathWays’ team. Cassie is our new Enhanced Family Care Coordinator (EFC) and will be working with our contracted home providers who play a huge role in lives of the people we serve. Welcome, Cassie!

Cassie Edwards grew up in Acworth, NH and graduated from Fall Mountain Regional High School in 2008 and became an elementary school teacher after completing her BS in Business Administration and Masters of Education at UNH in Durham. After teaching in public schools and a private preschool she moved back to Acworth with her husband and two year old son. She looks forward to getting reacquainted with the community and helping people live their best life.

This is a Place For You to call Home

Please use this website to learn more about our programs and connect with other individuals, families and community resources who share our belief in ensuring the quality of life and human dignity of all members of our community.

Support Ages 0-3

PathWays Family Centered Early Supports and Services is a program of developmental services for eligible infants and toddlers. The program is family-centered home/community based.

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Support Ages 3-21

PathWays collaborates with families and local school districts, who have primary responsibility for services for individuals between the ages of 3 and 21…

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Adult Support

PathWays provides supports for adults with developmental disabilities or brain injuries in everyday life to maintain their independence and well-being is what we do here at Pathways.

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Enhanced Family Care

Our Enhanced Family Care Providers allow individuals with disabilities to live in a community based, home environment, while still receiving supports.

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Locations

Learn more about the towns we serve in Lower Grafton and Sullivan Counties, as well as our office locations.

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Careers

Looking for a rewarding work? PathWays employs over 150 people in Sullivan and Grafton Counties of New Hampshire. Learn more about current opportunities and benefits of a career in human services!

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You may often wonder where your money goes and how much is eaten up in administration costs.

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Family Support Council

The Family Support Advisory Council is an advisory body to PathWays of the River Valley, the region’s designated Developmental Services agency.

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Administrative Office – Lower Grafton and Sullivan Counties • 654 Main Street • Claremont, NH 03743
Phone 603-542-8706 or 603-448-2077 • Fax 603-542-0421

PathWays of the River Valley is the result of a merger in 2006 that combined the resources of Developmental Services of Sullivan County (DSSC) of Claremont, and United Developmental Services (UDS) in Lebanon and is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of local citizens.

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