Being incarcerated and not knowing what your future may hold is a terrifying experience, but being released from jail and having no resources to get back on your feet can be even scarier. It happens every day. People are released from jail without a job, without money, without a place
Welcome back Jeremy! We are excited to welcome Jeremy Parton back to the Pathways team! He will be serving as our Church Liaison. If your church or church group would like to learn more about Pathways, Jeremy can make that happen! Please call our main office (828-246-0332) or reach out by email
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Smokey Mtn News (2018, August 29) Many among us have been touched by the tragedy of suicide, and in the age of social media, many more of us have heard or seen behavior from family, friends or even total strangers that gives us pause. According to the American Foundation for
Tablescapes Luncheon Saturday, September 8th at 12 noon in Thatcher Hall Reception & Table Preview at 11:30 am Please mark your calendar for this year’s Tablescapes Luncheon, put on annually by our parish’s chapter of the Episcopal Church Women. Our speaker this year is Terance Painter of Different Drummer Pottery. Tickets
The Mountainer (2018). When the Haywood Pathways Center first opened nearly four years ago now, the operational plan expanded on the temporary homeless shelter that had operated in the county during the winter months only. That model included offering a warm place to spend the night, with transportation the next morning
Vicki Hyatt. (The Mountaineer, August 10, 2018) Since its inception, the Haywood Pathways Center has required those spending their nights at the shelter to be gone during the day as they pursue the agreed upon goals to end their homelessness. That changed this week thanks to Ray Escott, a peer
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