Pathways opens doors in Glenwood

Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce President Todd Gleave, left, along with Megan Mustoe, Gary Huntsman, Michael Mills, Mark Dickerson, Michelle Amerman, Wendy Patton, Joan Slotboom, Sherman Robinson and Malcolm Nash celebrate a ribbon cutting Friday morning at Pathways in Glenwood. Pathways is an at-will, inpatient facility for people who need help overcoming chemical dependencies.

GLENWOOD — A business designed to give people hope officially opened its doors Friday in Glenwood.

Pathways is an inpatient facility with the goal of helping people overcome a wide variety of mental health issues such as various addictions as well as the underlying problems that contribute to them, said Michelle Amerman owner and founder.

“We’re an all inclusive treatment center,” Amerman said. “We use research based treatments.”

She said the center is aimed at helping people heal from various kinds of mental health trauma. 

The center in Glenwood is Pathways’ second location. The first has been operating in Sandy for the past 11 years.

Admissions are taken on at-will basis meaning those who use Pathways are not sent there through the legal system, said Michael Mills, clinical director. 

The facility has 21 beds and will employ 12 or more individuals.

“We offer a whole spectrum of services to help people get better,” Mills said. 

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