Pathway of Hope
Pathway of Hope is rooted in the case management approach. Rather than looking at problems, the program develops strengths to assist clients in reaching their goals.
A team is developed consisting of a client, case manager, and the community. A case manager works intensively with a small number of families to help them achieve short and long-term goals through collaboration and accessing community resources.
Pathway of Hope helps client families by:
- Empowering them to achieve change by recognizing their inherent strengths and skills
- Developing an action plan that includes personal goals
- Providing relevant Salvation Army services
- Referring families to appropriate community resources
To qualify for Pathway of Hope, a family must have at least one child under the age of 18, and be ready to take steps to make long-term change.
If you would like to see if you qualify for the Pathway of Hope, please call (574) 267-5361
“If someone has lost all heart and hope, and power to help themselves, they must be inspired with hope and have created within themselves the ambition to rise. Otherwise they will never get out of the horrible pit.”
General William Booth, Founder of The Salvation Army (Paraphrased)