The Boards of Directors of Arbor Circle and Pathways, MI announced Pathways, MI has officially merged with and into Arbor Circle as of October 2016. As a result of the merger, Pathways, MI is now a program of Arbor Circle.
“We are for what this new venture holds for the organization and all those we serve,” said Arbor Circle President and CEO Jack Greenfield. “We will now be providing services to nearly 25,000 children, youth and adults in 11 counties across West Michigan.”
Arbor Circle offers more than 35 counseling, education and prevention programs; and is one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health counseling, substance use treatment and family development programs. Arbor Circle, a $13.1 million organization, serves more than 13,500 children, youth, adults and families each year in Kent and Newaygo Counties. Offices are located in Grand Rapids and Newaygo.
Pathways provides diverse programming including: adoption and foster care, counseling, advocacy, prevention and quality child care resource and referral services enabling children, adults and families to achieve positive change in their lives and communities. Services are offered in: Allegan, Lake, Mason, Mecosta, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Osceola and Ottawa Counties. The $3.3 million organization annually serves more than 11,000 children, adults and families. Pathways has offices in Holland, Allegan and Muskegon.