PATH/FVCT is a network of families providing informational and emotional support to others who have a child with developmental or health-related needs. PATH/FVCT reaches out to help strengthen families coping with similar situations in Connecticut, and the organizations that serve them to reduce isolation, empower families as advocates for their children and reaffirm their values as parents and caregivers.
PATH was formed in 1986 as Parents Available to Help. In 2003, we merged with Lower Fairfield County Parent to Parent becoming Parent to Parent of CT Parents Available to Help.
- PATH was formed in 1986 as Parents Available to Help
- In 2003, we merged with Lower Fairfield County Parent to Parent becoming, PATH became Parent to Parent of CT Parents Available to Help, Inc.
- In 2008, PATH Parent to Parent of CT became an Alliance Member of National Parent to Parent USA.
- In 2009, PATH became a State Affiliate Organization of the National Family Voices Organization and became known as PATH Parent to Parent/Family Voices of CT (PATH/FVCT).
- In 2011, PATH/FV CT received their first Federal Grant: Family to Family Health Information Center.
- In 2014, CT KASA became a part of PATH’s Programs. It was funded by the Council of Developmental Disabilities.
- In 2017, PATH partnered with the New England Regional Genetics Network.
In 2018, CT Sibling Network became part of PATH’s programs.