(484) 873-3547 hello@apathtohope.org

Offering guidance and support in navigating mental health resources through education, information sharing, and community projects.

Knowledge is power, and by normalizing the conversation surrounding mental health, we hope to empower individuals to feel comfortable seeking treatment and starting on their own Path To Hope.

 

Your donation
is greatly appreciated!

Your donation
is greatly appreciated!

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we rely on the kindness of others to help further our mission of spreading mental health awareness in and around Chester County.

Financial contributions go toward funding community presentations and events aimed at helping those in need navigate mental healthcare systems.

By improving access to locate resources, we hope to empower individuals to seek help and begin the process of healing.

To make a tax-deductible donation (EIN # 83-2139739) today, please use the Donate Here button on this page, or mail a check payable to “A Path To Hope” to 256 Eagleview Blvd., #262, Exton, PA 19341.

Open Office Hours

Every Wednesday, 10am – 1pm

Open office hours at A Path To Hope. Come in and see us for area resources or questions you may have.

We are here to help and want to be accessible to our community.

Parent 2 Parent Support Group

Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Each Month, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Parents who have a family member who is struggling with mental health-related issues come together to support one another.

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    Address

    347 N. Pottstown Pike Exton, PA, 19341, US

    Mailing Address

    256 Eagleview Blvd., #262 Exton, PA 19341

    A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER

    I created APTH 4 years ago for one simple reason – I WAS MAD!! I was angry at a system that was so incredibly difficult to navigate, angry at the perceptions people placed on those struggling with anxiety, depression, or any other mental health disorder. I was angry at the insurance companies for neglecting to cover basic care without a fight.

    I was angry at the exorbitant fees providers charge (because they can) that basically prohibited many from access to quality care. I was angry at myself for not being educated in the basic signs and symptoms to look for in my own child, mad at my own bias and belief that “ it will just go away”, angry that I didn’t know what to do and how to “fix it” ( yes, I know now that I could not “fix” or make it better on my own but boy was I ticked off at myself).

    I had to make a change for our community, I had to be heard and allow people to learn from our experience. I had to “do something”. My intension was for APTH to be a starting point, a time saver, a jump start to help. Knowledge IS power and working through the process to learn and understand the system is crucial for success.

    Please take the time to look through the website, read the blogs, do your research. Many intake specialists will help connect you to other options if the one you are calling about is not a good fit; that is their JOB, their responsibility.

    APTH is a 100% volunteer operation with an incredible, but very small, group of folks who “have been there”. We have an abundance of resources in our Center for Hope (347 North Pottstown Pike, Exton, PA between Target and Buckman’s Ski Shop). Come in, look through the brochures, find options for your loved ones, use our private space to make appointments or intake calls. That is what the space is for…. YOU…. Your path to hope. We can walk with you but cannot walk for you.

    We are taking the month of July off to reorganize, refresh, and recuperate from a spring full of activities. Our website is available, our Facebook pages are active, YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Thank you for all your support and we will see you refreshed in August!

    Holly O’Connell, Founder