Day Labor Program

Served 41,910 Meals Provided 14,075 Nights of Shelter

Served 192 Individuals
(132 Men and Women, 21 Parents and 39 Children)

61% of Singles and 95% of Families Exited to Housing and/or Family

88% have Stable Monthly Income with 38 Employed (77% of Working FT)

257 Men & Women Served at Haywood County Detention Center

100% Actively Engaged in Recovery at Time of Release

COVID continued to affect our ability to fully implement our programming in 2021. We are grateful for the cook teams, interns, student groups, class facilitators and chaplains who were able to return. We hope 2022 brings us the opportunity to see all of you!
The 2021 Year in Review.

Day Labor Program

Day Labor ProgramFor many Haywood Pathways guests, employment opportunities are limited due to lack of education, skills, incarceration, or a previous poor employment record. The Day Labor Program provides guests with the opportunity to work on a day by day basis, develop skills in job responsibility, accountability and communication, and potential references for future employment.

The Day Labor Program is administered through the Administrative Team and is staffed by individuals who have been determined to be ready to assume responsibility and accountability. The program is available to any resident, or business in Haywood County on a day to day basis—for any field of work, Monday through Saturday. Requests for day labor must be made a minimum of 24 hours in advance.

If you, or someone you know, is interested in learning more about the Day Labor program, or want to request services, feel free to contact Sue Cummings at 828-246-0332.