Improving the Lives of Young People with Serious Mental Health Conditions Through Research & Training

New Pathways Comics Study Guides


Pathways Comics Study Guides, Vols. 1-3

These new Pathways Comics study guides raise questions for discussion and points for reflection about the events in Pathways Comics, Volumes 1 – 3. These study guides are intended to help service providers who work with young people with mental health conditions consider how their own initial engagement and continued work with young people can honor their perspective, prior experiences, and ultimately young people's expertise on their own lives.

New Volume of Pathways Comics: "Dropping In"


Pathways Comic Issue 4(1)

Pathways comics are created by and for young adults and the people that care about them. In this set of issues, James and Zoe take a trip to the local drop-in center to use the computers, and James and Jarvis learn about its other services.

Pathways Transition Training Video Briefs: Evaluation Report


Ten 5–7 minute video briefs on identified areas of needed skill development with accompanying discussion questions and online resource lists were developed for transition service providers. A total of 47 peer support and non-peer service providers participated in an online evaluation of the video briefs. Both qualitative and quantitative results are contained in this report.

New e-Learning Tools: "Improvables"


The newest e-learning tools from Pathways take the viewer through a video of a real interaction between a provider and a young person, allowing them to stop along the way and explore how the provider's responses can either support or impede the goal of having a youth-driven conversation. It is our goal that youth-service providers use these tools as an opportunity to enhance their skills and to reflect on the "improvables" in their own practice.

Webinar Recording: Using Text and Email with Clients


In this webinar Roy Huggins offered providers an overview of the technical and administrative requirements for the ethical, HIPAA-compliant use of text and email. This webinar was co-hosted by Pathways RTC, Oregon Health & Science University / Portland State University School of Public Health, and the EASA Center for Excellence.