• Colin's Success Story

Pathway Society (PSI) offers a wide range of substance abuse and counseling services to adults and families who suffer the consequences of alcohol and substance abuse. We are a community-based nonprofit organization founded in 1964 that promotes individual, family, and community wellness in Santa Clara County. For over 50 years we’ve supported individuals in creating healthy lifestyles for themselves and their loved ones.

Pathway Society’s legacy of compassionate treatment has helped thousands of individuals find their path to wellness—and often a new life. Our inpatient/residential and outpatient treatment programs offer nurturing environments that foster hope and allow the space and time necessary to create lasting change. Our treatment programs feature individual and group counseling, healthy lifestyle skills development, and safe and supportive environments that enhance personal growth and health. Our expert practitioners understand the journey of those whose lives have been disrupted by substance and alcohol abuse.

If you or someone you care about suffers from alcohol or substance abuse, call today and talk with someone who knows how to listen. Your conversation is always confidential. Help us to assess your situation and determine the path that is just right for you.

Residential Programs

Our residential live-in program provides clients addicted to drugs and alcohol a chance to rehabilitate their lives and embrace the principles of independent, responsible, and productive living, free of the need for drugs.

Transitional Programs

Transitional housing is provided for clients who have completed treatment at the residential treatment facility or who have completed a primary treatment phase at another program for chemical dependency.

Outpatient Counseling & Relapse Prevention

Outpatient counseling provides services on a group, family, or individual basis for adults. Assessments and treatment services are provided by California state-licensed therapists and counselors with extensive drug and alcohol treatment experience.