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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.

High School Support Group

Free group sponsored by A Path to Hope and facilitated by Andy Peters, LSW of reNEW YOU Conunseling. Topics covered include dealing with bullying, stress, being heard and other topics that come up through natural conversations among the group.

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Parent 2 Parent Support Group

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

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7 hours ago
A Path To Hope

PSA. A friend was telling me about seeing the movie, A man named Otto. She described how the movie is about a man who has experienced great grief and loss. The movie shows in vivid detail his 3 attempts at death by suicide ( unsuccessful). This could be an incredibly traumatic trigger for many and from the trailer of the movie you would have no indication of that storyline.

Just an FYI, I have not seen the movie and have no commentary other than a “proceed with caution” because of the sensitive nature of the storyline .
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When I was buying my ticket on the Movie Tavern app, there's a popup that you have to acknowledge before proceeding. I didn't see the Trailer prior so it was great to have the warning.

Thanks for this much-needed warning. I didn't realize this movie was being advertised on some sites as a "suicide comedy." Really awful for many families. I wish Tom Hanks avoided this one.

The book was very well written and very good. I’m not quite sure why people thought this movie was a comedy. There is also another version of this movie on Amazon prime

My daughter (19yo) went to see it and she was not prepared for that storyline.. it’s also a book. I have not seen the movie or read the book, thanks for sharing

Great advice, Holly Blair O'Connell. The scenes depicting three unsuccessful suicide attempts were difficult to watch. I was unprepared for this.

Wow…. The trailer really makes it seem like a lonely grouchy old man and a cat that he adopts (and clearly makes him happy)

I saw it a few weeks ago. It also has a great message about holding hope and connection being life changing.

Thank you for the heads up .

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A Path To Hope

Check this outIndividuals with bipolar disorder: Do you struggle with low self-esteem, a sense of guilt or shame about your condition, or question your own worth? You may be suffering from SELF-STIGMA. Come learn about yourself, your thoughts, your feelings, and your story. We'll meet in a small group to explore, discuss, question, and learn together. This 8-week interactive program will consist of discussions, activities, and education. Learn more at ossibd.com or register here: bit.ly/3kLFCWy ... See MoreSee Less

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    256 Eagleview Blvd., #262 Exton, PA 19341