Cooperating Agencies

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.

Cooperating Agencies

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.

Goodwill Career Connections- used for employment services, job retention skills, budgeting classes, mock interviews

NCWORKS– used for employment services, job retention skills, budgeting classes, mock interviews

Haywood Community College– GED Classes

Lifeworks– life skills, job skills, and discipleship classes.

Meridian Behavioral Services– substance abuse programs, offender services, recovery education, mental health services

Vaya Health– Permanent Supportive Housing program.

Appalachian Community Services– Mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability services.

Mountain Projects- Housing assistance

Blue Ridge Health– Healthcare needs

The Open Door- Medication assistance program and food assistance program

Haywood Christian Ministries– Thrift store clothing assistance, medication assistance, food assistance programs

NCServes– Veterans Services

Working Wheels– Referring partner to help successful program participants obtain a vehicle

EACH Initiative– Referring partner for transitional Housing for Single Parents with children

WNC Homeless Coalition– Rapid Re-Housing Program