Welcome to Haywood Pathways Center
Haywood Pathways Center is a faith based 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization in Haywood County that provides adult and family emergency shelter, halfway house for men and women recently released from prison, short term residential program for individuals seeking life transformation and community kitchen providing meals to those living in the shelter and within our community. Our services are open to anyone in Haywood County regardless of age, race, gender, religion or nationality. No one who is sober and drug free is turned away for a short stay, but participation in the short term residential program requires the commitment to create and work on an individualized goal plan with our case management team which addresses 6 focus areas:
- Life Skills
- Social Support
Programs offered include:
- Adult Emergency Shelter
- Emergency Homeless Family Housing
- Halfway House
- Short Term Residential Program
- Day Labor Program
- Pathways Kitchen
Haywood Pathways Center is supported by individuals, churches of all denominations, community organizations, businesses, private foundations and corporate grants who believe all people are God’s people.
Happenings at the Haywood Pathways Center
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 15, 2018 Contact: Ford Porter Phone: 919-814-2100 Email: email@example.com Governor Cooper Announces $1.5 Million in Grant Awards to Combat Opioid Crisis in Communities RALEIGH: Governor Cooper today announced $1.5 million in grant awards to 12 community partners to implement projects that combat the opioid
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Written by: http://themountaineer.villagesoup.com/ The students at Junaluska Elementary School recently collaborated to make sure there were plenty of warm, happy feet at the Haywood Pathways Center. The Student Council decided it wanted to host a spring community service project, so the school reached out to the Pathways Center to see
Although we appreciate, and gratefully, accept financial contributions, you can also donate everyday items that are used to meet the personal care needs of our guests.
We can’t do it without YOU.
As we work together to meet the needs of Haywood County’s less fortunate we depend on people like you to help achieve our goals.