Pathways center change shows promise

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Pathways center change shows promise

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

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Haywood Pathways Center grant allows day access to campus

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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Pathways center lands $200,000 in grant funding

Vicki Hyatt, (June, 19) The Haywood Pathways Center will be receiving $150,000 as one of 12 recipients of the NC Opioid Action Plan grant offered by the State of North Carolina. The grant is part of an effort to combat the effects of the current opioid crisis in the state.

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WNC agencies win state grants to fight opioid crisis

Rex Hodge, WLOS. (2018, March 15) HAYWOOD COUNTY, N.C. (WLOS) — The Ground is broken on an expansion to Haywood County’s homeless shelter. The Haywood Pathways Center can currently house men and women, but the new $800,000 addition will exclusively house mothers and their kids. Plans call for a two-story modular

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Voluntary action does public good

The Mountaineer.  (2018, Feb 22) RALEIGH — In this politically polarized moment in our history, what unites us? Surely one value nearly all of us have in common is a belief in the importance and power of donating our time, expertise, and dollars to worthy organizations and causes that serve

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Pathways Center will serve families

Breaking Cycles Building Foundations The Haywood Pathways Center is celebrating its third anniversary with news of an expanded focus to serve women with children. Since it opened in 2014, the former state prison that was transformed into an emergency shelter has on-site facilities to serve both men and women. Underage

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Addict writes book chronicling addiction recovery

Article from The Mountaineer James Cooper has trouble not tearing up when he talks about his book. The book, which is nearing publication, chronicles his harrowing journey through drug addiction and his recent recovery. While it is filled with painful lows, it has a happy ending, and there is one specific

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