Jenny had a bright future ahead of her. But at the age of 22, she started her roller coaster struggle with mental illness. For three years, her family devoted immeasurable time and resources to help her. At the point when they did not know where to turn, they discovered Pathway To Hope. Jenny suffered serious ups and downs, but they were never alone – Pathway To Hope was there. Today, 10 years later, Jenny is predominantly independent, and serves on the Board of Directors of Pathway To Hope.
, who came to Pathway To Hope from Pennsylvania in 2008, recently graduated with honors from the University of Kansas Edwards Campus, where he received his master’s degree. Zach, who now is studying for his doctorate with a focus on Asperger’s Syndrome, chooses to live at Blake House. Living there, he says, provides security and the assistance he needs– Zach had a history of Asperger’s Spectrum Disorders, but with guidance and a strong will, he manages his mental health issues, and now wants to help others with similar difficulties.
Other Thoughts on Pathway To Hope
“The most important piece of the puzzle is my meds. Without the meds, I am a frightened, confused person. With the meds, I’m someone’s full-time employee and living on my own.”