Family Pathways' mission is to work with communities to develop supportive, caring relationships to help people meet their basic needs.
Family Pathways operates nine Thrift Stores throughout the service area. The Thrift Stores transform community donations of gently used clothing and household goods into financial support for Family Pathways' programs.
Family Pathways operates nine Food Shelves and two Food Partnerships. Each food shelf is open extended hours, multiple days per week to help stabilize those who are struggling to make ends meet.
Senior Services helps to improve the quality of life for older adults and their families by providing critical services that help them meet their basic needs and remain at home for as long as possible. This includes: Assessment - identification of areas of concern for clients and family caregivers in order to tailor services and advocacy to meet individual needs; Companionship - home visits by trained volunteers to provide companionship and non-medical help to support independent living; Advocacy - assistance to help clients connect with other local resources; Education - classes and support that address client and caregiver concerns and challenges; and Caregiver Support - Adult Day Break (social respite program) or in-home respite for families that give clients an opportunity to socialize and caregivers a much-needed break.