Pathway of Hope
Our Pathway of Hope program provides individualized services to families with at least one child under 18. This is a long-term program (at least 18 months) that provides willing families with the tools to become self-sufficient.
No matter the circumstances, be it unemployment, unstable housing, or lack of education, our goal is to create a stable household and break the cycle of generational poverty. Participants in this program will work with a case manager whose sole priority is to help them gain skills needed to be able to take care of their families’ needs.
Through involvement with Pathway of Hope, families will be introduced to both Salvation Army and other services that are available within their community that offer a network of support, a sense of community, holistic programs, and spiritual guidance. This may include GED classes, resume/interview building skills, counseling services, financial assistance and more. The path to self-sufficiency can be a long road but one well worth taking.
- Housing assistance
- GED classes
- Resume and interview building skills
- Counseling services
- Financial assistance
- House visits
- Willingness to learn and improve
- At least one child 18 years old and younger