FINDING THE WAY BACK

“With God, all things are possible.”
Matthew 19:26

Haywood Pathways Center has earned the GuideStar 2021 Platinum Seal of Transparency! Now, everyone can learn more about our strategy, metrics, achievements, and impact. Click the seal to learn more.

Thank you to our sponsors for the 3rd Unified Golf Tournament

Presenting Sponsor

SingleStop Stores

Hometown Hardware

Eagle Sponsor

United Healthcare

Birdie Sponsor

Long’s Chapel UMC

Second Season Ministry

Par Sponsors

NMINS Inc

Humana

Veterans Services of the Carolinas

Down South To Go Café & Catering

Beaverdam Community Association

Thickety Baptist Church

Town of Canton

Metrowire

The Dog House

Duckett’s Produce

Waynesville Tire

Jim & Regina Haynes in Honor of Greg Hannah

Byron Matthews/Smokey Mountain Group

Koinonia Sunday School Class, Long’s Chapel UMC

ICC, Inc.

Haywood Builders Supply

Hole Sponsors

New Covenant Church

Lee & Patsy Davis

Haywood Pathways Center Board of Directors

Haywood Regional Medical Center

Judith Ross

Tom & Sandy Fogarty

The Orchard Church

The Carpet Barn

Carol Simpson in Memory of Bob Simpson

USA Farm Labor

High Country Furniture

Adult Emergency Shelter

Haywood Pathways Center provides overnight and/or short term shelter for residents of Haywood County in crisis, or experiencing chronic homelessness. Typical length of stay: 1-3 nights

Family Shelter

Haywood Pathways Center provides short-term residential shelter services to homeless Mother's and their children. Call (828) 246-0332 to request a phone screening for Family Shelter. (Haywood County Residency Requirement)

Case Management

Haywood Pathways Center requires all residents to participate in professional one on one Case Management Services on a weekly basis.

Short-term Residential

An individualized, person-centered plan is developed by an experienced Case Manager who considers the unique factors causing homelessness. A plan is then created to help each resident achieve self-sufficiency. Program Length of Stay: 6 Months

Pathways Kitchen

We offer breakfast, bagged lunches, and a 'home-style' dinner served each night in our Dining Room. Community members in need of a meal are welcome to come for takeout dinner between 5:30 and 7:00pm each night.

Assisting Neighbors Transitioning Back into Society

Our Happenings

Springtime Celebration

Springtime Celebration Saturday, April 9th from 11am-7pm Play Games, Win Prizes(Kids and Adults) Free Cookies Springtime Crafts LEGO Build Area Coupons for Pathways Supporters

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Give Today!

We can’t do it without YOU.

Thank you for helping transform lives. Your annual, quarterly, or monthly gift helps us continue our work and mission. For more information on how you can change a life call or email Mandy at 828-246-0332 or mandy@haywoodpathways.org.

Need List

We continue to  need and accept financial contributions, but did you know we also accept everyday items that are used to meet the personal care needs of our guests. Please see our list for the most current requests. 

Partnerships

Haywood Pathways Center goal is to partner with as many agencies within Haywood County as possible in order to get our guests the services they need that will allow them to return to independent living.

Transforming Lives

We have seen lives transformed—through prayer, staff support, gifted volunteers and access to resources- such as individualized Case Management, life skills training and job search assistance. We strongly believe, with your help, we have a chance to make a positive impact on residents of Haywood County who suffer from homelessness. Our goal is to provide a hand up rather than a hand out. 

Myr-Ken Family Dorm

The Myr-Ken Family Dorm finally opened June 21st, 2019.  Thank you to the community and innumerable donors who helped make this dream a reality!

Partner with us!

Become a financial partner through a one time gift, or reoccurring monthly donation. Every little bit makes a difference and goes directly toward our mission of helping those seeking life transformation learn to ‘break cycles and build foundations’.

Come Volunteer Today

Haywood Pathways Center is looking for volunteers to work with staff and guests at the Waynesville campus on Hemlock Street. There are many opportunities to choose from, with flexible hours and time involved. Adults 18 and older, or supervised older youth, from all walks of life and backgrounds are invited to apply.