Set on 39 acres with panoramic views of the Green Mountains, PATH at Stone Summit provides an ideal setting for young adults ages 18-30 to learn the skills necessary to succeed in the challenges of life.
Young people struggling with psychiatric and emotional issues, as well as co-occurring substance use disorders, often find themselves unable to manage the stressors and demands of our complicated society. Path provides the program to help develop healthy coping skills and find emotional and practical solutions for managing symptoms of:
The Program for Adult Transition to Health (PATH) is designed to provide a bridge to health after either an intensive residential treatment or outpatient process. It is designed for young adults who have tried to move forward into adulthood and found the process too challenging. Our unique approach is intended to build upon the skills that the individual already possesses and to provide ongoing stability and a supportive framework in which our residents can begin to create the life that they want for themselves.
PATH staff are trained to incorporate psychiatric and vocational rehabilitation practice, utilizing a variety of experiential and empirically-based models of recovery. Residents in our program will learn DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) skills, the principles and practice of mindfulness, mentalizing and relationship skills, and work with their therapist on psychodynamic issues. Residents will also be involved in family therapy process, to help manage issues in the family that almost inevitably occur during times of stress. We offer a longer program of 3-6 month to ensure that residents have the time needed to enhance and continue their therapeutic process.