The Southeast Ohio Community Hub, a community project led by IPAC together with several Managed Care Organizations including United Healthcare, Care Source, and Molina; Partners for Kids at Nationwide Children's Hospital, and the State of Ohio,  has been given a new brand identity and tag phrase, Pathways: Early Experiences Last A Lifetime.

The program released a rack card and poster in October 2012 to be distributed by participating agencies in Athens, Gallia, Hocking, Jackson, Meigs, Perry, Ross and Vinton counties in the Southeast Ohio region. The literature is being used as a resource to communicate services available in these counties for pregnant women and their families by the participating agencies; which include: Gallia-Meigs Community Action, Health Recovery Services, Integrated Services of Appalachia, OU-HCOM Family Navigator Program and IPAC.

The program began in July 2012 and will end in June 2013 with a target range of reaching 125 women. Currently, 64 referrals have been made with 55 active clients; 2 adults, 5 children and 48 pregnant women.