Crisis Intervention

We will walk with you through the mess .

or learn more below

Important: If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 immediately.

Or make use of one of the following hotlines as appropriate to your situation:

Providing Hope and Help

We jump in and are here to provide hope and help in your time of crisis. We will discuss your particular situation and tailor a roadmap to the needs of your student and your family to help guide them out into a preferred future.

A brief intervention is used for a variety of substance use/abuse or risky behavior pattern problems. Our process:

  • Can help students reduce or stop abuse and/or risky patterns
  • Acts as a first step in the treatment process to determine if clients can stop or reduce on their own
  • Acts as a method to change specific behaviors before or during time with our staff

*The information you provide below will be kept confidential to the Pathways2Life team, unless the nature of your message necessitates a call to emergency responders or authorities.

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Georgia Crisis & Access Line


Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)
TTY: 1-800-799-4889


SAMHSA's National Helpline
1-800-662-HELP (4357)
TTY: 1-800-487-4889

Click the headline above to download this PDF assisting you to determine the wellbeing of your child.


In order to meet with our staff we require the following: Privacy Policy, Confidentiality and Consent to Serve waivers.

If your student is under 18, please use the following forms and we require both parent and participant signatures:

If your student is over 18, please use the following forms and we require both parent and participant signatures:

Other Forms if currently working with Our Staff:

If you are a Participant, use the link below to request access to information:

If you are a Personal Representative, use the link below to request access to information:

Use the link below to authorize release of information to another party:

I suspected that my son had been experimenting with drugs for about two years. Pathways2Life was recommended as the next step that I needed to pursue. Shortly after graduating high school my son was arrested on drug possession with the intent to sell just outside of my neighborhood. He had seen many counselors prior to P2L staff and I didn't have much hope. Upon the first intervention meeting, they made my wife and I, and more importantly our son, feel comfortable. He opened up and communicated things that he had not to others which allowed us to navigate in the appropriate directions. Ultimately, our family started down the healing path. We continue down that road today. If not for P2L, our son would not have had a chance.
I had an instant feeling of hope when we first spoke and met with Ryan.