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is a program to assist families with minor children that links and coordinates services within The Salvation Army with community agencies.
Families in the Pathway of Hope receive support from a caring team that helps them set and achieve their own goals.
You are eligible if:
-- You have at least one child under the age of 18.
-- You're ready to take action!
Caring today for your family's needs, while building a strong future, can be challenging. The Salvation Army team will walk alongside you on your family's journey:
Through your involvement with Pathway of Hope, you will be introduced to both The Salvation Army and other services that are available within your community which offer:
If you participate in Pathway of Hope, you will have support for YOUR goals.
Contact your local Corps Community Center to get connected to the Pathway of Hope program in your area.
If you have additional questions, contact our Pathway of Hope Coordinator at Divisional Headquarters, at 616.459.3433.
The Pathway of Hope Program Helps Keep Hope Marching On
The WMNI Division has been changing lives withe the Pathway of Hope program since 2012.
“Walking through this front door is a huge step and just congratulating people for getting here and wanting to try is the first step,” Ramones said. ...
Families are at the Forefront of the Pathway of Hope
The Pathway of Hope Program in the Holland area equips families for the future.
One family paid off nine credit cards, allowing them to get out from burdensome debt and be more independent with their finances. ...
Clients Tell Their Pathway of Hope Stories
Two participants in The Salvation Army’s Pathway of Hope tell how the program helped them keep marching on toward their goals.
Coming across Pathway of Hope brought tremendous change. Some of which will last a lifetime in my heart. ...
Hope Marches On for Mothers through Pathway of Hope
Single mothers find hope and support through POH.
“We lost so much during the pandemic. I could see all of these women talking to me independently but not having networks to talk to anymore and not having other moms to connect with who are having the same struggles,” she explains of where the idea for her “Mom’s Group” came from. ...