Pathway of Hope ends homelessness before it begins. We equip at-risk families with the tools they need to get out of poverty, and stay out.
KEY SERVICES PROVIDED
Pathway of Hope is a Salvation Army counseling program that helps Twin Cities families break the cycle of homelessness and generational poverty. Once a week, each family meets with a Salvation Army caseworker to set goals, create a plan for success, and be inspired. Common goals include finding and keeping a job, going back to school, budgeting, and getting off “the system.” Graduation takes six months to a year. The majority of families coached six months or longer have increased their overall stability. Through Pathway of Hope, at-risk families learn to identify the root causes of their problems and make positive steps forward. The program is offered at all of our Twin Cities operation centers.
Lt. Cols. Lonneal and Patty Richardson: Commanders, Salvation Army Northern Division
Advisory Board Executive Committee
Dan Hagen Chair
Debbie Beck Vice-Chair
Douglas Hile, Christopher Hunt, Patrick Plunkett, Stephanie Rossi
Of the 105 families Pathway of Hope has coached at least six months or longer:
• 68% progressed on their goals
• 37% increased income
• 51% increased overall stability
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TWIN CITIES SALVATION ARMY
2445 Prior Avenue North Roseville, MN 55113