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Haywood Pathways Center, Inc. is pleased and gratified to announce receipt of a grant award from the Evergreen Foundation. The grant of $31,140 was approved by Evergreen’s board of directors on Dec. 11, 2015.

Haywood Pathways Center has been operational Continue reading

Donations to Haywood Pathways CenterOver the past year, 14 volunteers placed donation jars at over 40 cooperating Haywood County businesses and other organizations in support of the new Haywood Pathways Center for the homeless. In addition, a large Plexiglas donation box was placed in Continue reading

1 Year Anniversary Haywood Pathways CenterSlightly more than a year ago, Haywood County’s first, year-round homeless shelter opened on the premises of the former state prison in the Hazelwood community.

The Haywood Pathways Center replaced the former emergency shelter that operated just in winter months Continue reading

Donate Socks for the HomelessDid you know Socks are the number one most requested clothing item at homeless shelters?  Getting ready to start any day should be shower, food, clean socks and undergarments.

These basic needs are not always available for those Continue reading

Haywood Pathways CenterWe are proud to announce we have a new logo and website. Please visit our new website to make donations, keep up with updates, and much more!
www.haywoodpathwayscenter.org

We are now accepting donations online.

t1200-DSC_0262Structural changes are in the works for the Haywood Pathways Center, a homeless shelter, halfway house and soup kitchen on the site of the former Hazelwood prison.

When the organization was first conceived, it was an effort of three separate Continue reading

As a way to give back to a community that helped launch a year-round shelter in just eight months, the Haywood Pathways Center is initiating an annual Community Service Award program.

The center, located in the former Hazelwood prison, offers Continue reading

jail ministryHaywood County Sheriff Greg Christopher told the county commissioners Monday that the jail is on track to bring in significantly more revenue than last year.

Counties are reimbursed $40 a day for housing adult misdemeanants following a state decision to Continue reading

Even though the Haywood Pathways Center was conceived just a year ago, the transitional housing nonprofit operating out of a former state prison has already proven its methods can change lives.

The center was born out of necessity, really. The Continue reading