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PATHWAY OF BALDWIN COUNTY
Pathway of Baldwin County provides therapeutic treatment for adjudicated youth ages 10-18. Our goal is to provide a safe environment to foster positive behavioral changes and prevent further juvenile court involvement. The program strives to create positive change, achieved by enhancing social skills, enriching family relationships, increasing personal accountability, reducing risky behavior and improving overall academic participation. Participants are provided individual, group, and family counseling as well as basic living skills education to achieve their individualized treatment goals. The program has the capacity for 32 males and 16 females and is licensed by the Department of Youth Services.
Director of Baldwin County Campus
Mrs. Fail is the Director of the Baldwin County Campus. She is a graduate of The University of Alabama with a Master's in Social work. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Certified for Private Independent Practice. She began her career at the Baldwin County Residential Wilderness Program where she worked as a Therapist, Program Director, then Clinical Director. She began working at Pathway of Baldwin County in 2016.
Phone: (251) 405-3107
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