Bridges to Wellness

We welcome all pregnant women and serve all men, women, and children who need connected to services and support with their pregnancy.

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When you are pregnant, or struggling with an illness, or overcome by a recent tragedy, or faced with difficult financial or emotional situations, it can be difficult to muster up the energy to do anything - let alone search for all of the possible support services available to you. It should be easy, not confusing, to find what you need in order to be healthy.

Access Tusc now offers Bridges to Wellness, a program that connects families to local resources to help them become stronger and healthier. Through Bridges to Wellness, families can access all the services they need in one place by working with an experienced community care coordinator who will come to their homes, listen to their needs, and work with them to create a plan to make sure their needs are met.

All pregnant women will be brought diapers and baby wipes at all visits by the coordinators and connected to free programs for baby items and needs.

For Health and Social Service Professionals

Learn more about how the Bridges to Wellness program works, and how you can use it to connect families to community resources, by downloading the PDF below. 

Patient Referral Form



Care Coordination agencies

The HUB, by definition is a neutral entity that does not directly provide care coordination services. The HUB gathers the multiple care coordination agencies together into an organized team, trains and supports them to identify those in the community at greatest risk, and assesses and tracks each modifiable risk with standardized Pathways.

National HUB certification through the Pathways Community HUB Institute (HUB Institute) is becoming a greater focus and requirement of funders and policymakers.


Community health worker

A community health worker (CHW) is a frontline public health worker who is a trusted member of and/or has an unusually close understanding of the community served. This trusting relationship enables the CHW to serve as a liaison/link/intermediary between health/social services and improve the quality and cultural competence of the service delivery.

"My passion is to help individuals and families get connected to programs and services within my community, and that is exactly what Bridges to Wellness is all about. Small successes deserve huge celebrations and I'm proud to be a Bridges to Wellness cheerleader for the people I serve!"

 - Tabby Jackson, CHW



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Bridges to Wellness can help families!


  • a ride?
  • a doctor?
  • help getting food and medicine?
  • to find housing?
  • diapers and baby items?
  • pregnancy support?
  • a medical card?

Bridges to Wellness can also help with family planning, postpartum, childcare, opportunities for job training and education, medical appointments, smoking cessation, etc.

Mission & Purpose of Bridges to Wellness: Bridges to Wellness is a program of Access Tusc which links individuals who have medical, social, and educational barriers to resources in Tuscarawas, Carroll, Muskingum, Monroe, Coshocton, Guernsey, Belmont, and Washington counties. A Community Care Coordinator will assist them through 20+ pathways to improve health and position them to continue on a path of wellness.

For more information, contact us at (234) 801-8010 or e-mail

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ADA Complaints:
Bridges to Wellness  operates in compliance with  Title II of the ADA Act. Bridges to Wellness does not discriminate on the basis of disability. If you feel you have been discriminated against on the basis of a disability you may file an ADA discrimination complaint. To file a complaint call the Pathways HUB Director
at (234)-801-8009  (TTY 711 or(800) 750-0750); email or visit our administrative office at 1458 5th St NW New Philadelphia, OH 44663.

Title VI:
Bridges to Wellness operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI or for more information on the civil rights program, or the procedures to file a complaint, contact Pathways HUB Director at (234)-801-8009  (TTY 711 or(800) 750-0750); email or visit our administrative office at 1458 5th St NW New Philadelphia, OH 44663.
 Complaints may be filed directly with the FTA with the Office of Civil Rights, Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE Washington, DC, 20590.

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