. Help children, youth and families appreciate their strengths and build their skills to manage their particular concerns
. Engage the expertise of families, children and youth in planning
. Respect each person's race, gender, spirituality, culture, and sexual orientation
. Provide the right services at the right time
. Share and apply interprofessional evidence-informed practices in mental health and autism
. Build communities that support the healthy growth of each child, youth and family
Pathways clinical philosophy guides how services are developed and delivered. Mental health and Autism Intervention Services help, usually over a short term, to help families, children and youth take charge of their own health and well-being.