Pathway To Recovery


Helping Homeless Hoosiers

Pathway began with a single building and three staff members providing 24-hour care to 21 homeless adults. Today,  we have six programs, housing nearly 100 men and women, and we do this with only three full-time and three part-time staff members. Program graduates living in our apartment buildings serve as mentors and return to support to the new man and woman beginning their journey of recovery.  This creates a perpetual giving cycle and a strong sense of community while decreasing relapse.

But that’s not the only cool thing about Pathway  — Our expansion programs were created by transforming vacant, dilapidated properties, into safe, affordable, substance-free housing - saving lives and communities…AND they are all financially self-supporting with resident rents based on their incomes. We only need help for Pathway-I, the intensive entry level program where men and women arrive from the streets and shelters with nothing, in need of everything.

With your help, 90 men and women will NOT be sleeping on our streets tonight.

 ”Those we Serve”  by Tim Hasko

Pathway’s Story


2016 Masquerade

Sat., Oct. 8 ● 6-10 p.m. ● Ivy Tech Culinary Arts Center Ballroom

 Help homeless Hoosiers in our community by supporting Pathway to Recovery’s annual Masquerade dinner/auction fundraiser.  Your sponsorship will provide housing and support services to homeless men and women who are overcoming addition and mental illness on their way to becoming clean, sober, stable, self-sufficient and permanently housed. For more information, please contact Sandy Jeffers @ 317-926-8557 or

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Heroes of Hope

If you would like to help our city’s homeless, there are many ways to do so by creating a custom gift to fit your giving preference. There is no other program that does so much with so little, but just like our residents need help, so does Pathway.

Help those who need the most, yet have the least!

One Day $15 (Monthly)

Two Days $30 (Monthly)

One Week $75 (Quarterly)

One Month $300 (One time)

Three Months $900 (One time)

Six Months $1800 (One time)

One Year $3,600 (One time)

Other ______  (Custom amount and Frequency)

Your gift plays a huge part in our ability to change lives.

Heroes of Hope

Recent News

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Denise Knott-Stoehr 

August 5, 1959-June 3, 2016

Denise home page

 Denise Knott-Stoehr passed away peacefully in her sleep Friday June 3rd, 2016. 

Denise was finally able to let go after hearing her husband’s words and spending her  final hours with her son Danny, her faithful companion Lucky and the rest of her Pathway family. To learn more, Denise’s Story  see Angels under “Our People”