Pathway’s mission to transform lives is made possible through people like YOU – who believe we can impact homelessness and addiction to inspire change among the most vulnerable population.
We operate six programs, housing nearly 100 men, women, and families beginning with entry level transitional housing and ending with substance-free permanent housing. We do this with only four staff members and a half dozen program graduates serving as volunteers. Five of our six programs are self-supporting, and were created by converting blighted drug-infested properties, into safe, affordable, drug and alcohol-free homes. Pathway transforms lives and communities. Men and women previously recycled through missions, hospitals, jails, and the streets are clean, sober, stable, self-sufficient and permanently housed..
Dove House for Women – During 2009 and 2010, grants were made to Pathway to Recovery to support and sustain the continued operations of Dove House for Women. Dove House had fallen victim to our economy’s challenges during a time of transition for the agency. Pathway was asked to step in to act as a safety net to help preserve this vital community resource. Dove House serves as a home to 22 homeless and indigent women recovering from substance abuse.