The Pathways Center provides temporary housing for 16 families experiencing homelessness. Pathways gives families a safe, temporary environment to live while they are searching for other housing. Each family has a private living space, which includes beds, kitchenette, and a bathroom. Families staying at Pathways share a lounge, TV room, computer lab, laundry room, meditation room and outdoor playground.
Pathways’ primary purpose is to provide a safe environment for families while they are searching for other housing options. There is no fee to stay at Pathways. This allows residents the opportunity to pay off back bills and to save money for deposits. Families come to Pathways due
to a variety of reasons; such as, eviction from housing they could not afford, living in overcrowded or substandard housing, and domestic problems. While at Pathways each family must participate in case management and establish a plan for housing stability.
Volunteer Opportunities: A variety of activities are offered to families at the Pathways Center, including educational, recreational and spiriatual programs. These activities are provided by volunteers. Pathways works with individuals, faith communities, civic organizations, corporations and school groups to arrange volunteer activities.
Pathways Staff: (All staff can be reached by calling (336) 271-5988
Steve Sandercock, Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Tonya Morehead, Case Manager email@example.com
Pam ID-Deen, Program Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org
***Contact Pam ID-Deen for volunteer opportunities or to discuss donations
Pathways Center Location:
3517 North Church Street
Greensboro, NC 27405