Day Labor Program

Served 41,432 Meals

Provided 13,615 Nights of Shelter

Served 202 Individuals (145 Men and Women, 21 Moms and 36 Children)
66% of Singles and 90% of Families Exited to Housing and/or Family
70% have Stable Monthly Income with 55 People Employed (77% of Employed working FT)

238 Men & Women Served at Haywood County Detention Center

99% Actively Engaged in Recovery at Time of Release

At Pathways we felt the impact of COVID just like our community. Many of our creative and constructive programs and ministry activities run by volunteers were impacted. We are hoping for a  brighter 2021 and the return of our many volunteers. 
All numbers reflect our 2020 FY.

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.

Served 30
Families 
97 Individuals 54 Children

28,448
Meals
Served

36% of Guests Gained
Employment

88 Guests Found
Permanent Housing

64 Guests
Reunited With Family

21 Found
Salvation
19 Rededicated

These figures are YTD from January 2018