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.
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.
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…
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.
Enhanced Family Care
Our Enhanced Family Care Providers allow individuals with disabilities to live in a community based, home environment, while still receiving supports.
Participant Directed & Managed Services
Participant Directed and Managed Services (PDMS) is a service model that places the participant, family, and/or guardian in the decision-making role with regard to support staff, their individual budget, and overall service design.
At PathWays, we are dedicated to expanding the opportunities that enrich the lives of people with disabilities.
Learn more about the towns we serve in Lower Grafton and Sullivan Counties, as well as our office locations.
You may often wonder where your money goes and how much is eaten up in administration costs.