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3rd Annual Pathways to Hope Conference


  • Over 1500 attendees

  • 500 families & youth attendeed the Young Minds Matter Family Event


  • 92% Reported the Conference as Good-Execellent

  • 80% Likely to participate in other activites to help support those impacted by mental illness

  • 60% of those surveyes had not attended before



  • Over 300 Agencies Represented

  • Over 250 Places of Worship Represented

  • 41 Presenters/Facilitators

  • 20 Workshops Offered

  • 20 Community Services Exhibitors

  • 15 Conference Sponsors and Donors


We need your continued support to help families and community Pathways to Hope is a community led initiative that fosters collaboration. Help us answer the needs of our community families. 

2018 Conference Videos

Henry Lozando, Former Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush
"Turning Hearbreak Into Hope"
Adm. James Winnefeld, (Ret) and Mary Winnefeld
"The Connection Between Sexual Trauma & Mental Health"
Heather Trepal, PhD, Department of Counseling, UTSA
"Dialectical Behavior Therapy"
Lori Prado, LMHC, LPC-S, Center for Dialectal & Cognitive Behavior Therapies
"Let's Talk About Suicide"
Melisa Riley, Program Coordinator, NAMI San Antonio and Melissa Tijerina, Vice President Child Behavioral Health at the Center for Health Care Services
"Mental Health is Health"
Pastor Doug Robins, City Church Downtown
"Pathways to Promise 30th Anniversary Presentation"
Rev. Craig Rennebohm, Seattle Street Chaplaincy
Young Minds Matter Family Night, Breaking the Stigma
Featuring Performing Artist Gawvi
"My Story of How Depression Led to New Life & Hope"
Denalyn Lucado, Minster, Oak Hills Church
"The Spaciousness of a Broken Heart"
Ashley Cleveland, Recording Artist, Grammy Winner
"When They Were Young"
Ron Powers, Author and Journalist
"Loving Our Neighbors: The Messy and Miraculous Truth of How Love Heals"
Rev. Becca Stevens, Founder, Magdalena House and Thistle Farms, Inc. 
Rev. Jermine Alberty, Author, Pastor, and Trainer, Executive Director Pathways to Promise and Kate Eaton, Director, MH Chaplaincy, Seattle Washington
Facilitor: Dr. Marcheta Evans, Provost & VP for Academic Affairs, OLLUSA
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