United Way's Path for Students

United Way's PATH (Providing Access to Healing) for Students is a school-based program designed to improve access to mental health services for children and youth who are unable to obtain care elsewhere in the community.

The Kimberly Area School District and United Way's PATH for Students work together to provide our students the opportunity to receive school-based counseling services.

The United Way’s PATH for Students is a partnership between United Way Fox Cities, Catalpa Health, Family Services of Northeast WI, Inc., Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, and the Kimberly Area School District. The purpose of this collaborative partnership is to offer mental health outreach and treatment services to the students in our schools.

If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, or desire more information please contact your student's school counselor.

Click here to read more about United Way’s PATH for Students program.

Read the letter for parents about the expansion of PATH services to students in 5K-12th grade.