New Pathways Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
110 West Road No 430 Towson MD 21204 USA
New pathways is committed to the development of self-sufficiency in young adults. We prepare youth to become empowered, educated, and economically independent adults, who are able to meet the daily challenges of life and make positive contributions to the community.
Independence plus - provides case management services and supervised independent living skills training directed at helping youths between the ages of 17 and 21 achieve the transition to successful and productive independent living.
second generations - provides case management services and independent living skills training for teen mothers and fathers between the ages of 16 and 21 and one child.
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I was introduced to New Pathways through a project for my school. I was incredibly impressed with how each member of the New Pathways board thoroughly utilizes their own life experiences, and their expertise from their professional life to enhance the program. The change that New Pathways creates in the world is of benefit to all! By helping young adults who are transitioning out of foster care (as well as other "at risk" young adults) learn important life skills, as well as providing an independent living situation, New Pathways is helping to make their clients responsible, self-reliant, and successful people. I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to work with such an amazing organization, and hopefully assist with their future success.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
interacting with their former clients and hearing their stories. The graduates of the program that I spoke with understood and wanted to share how much of an impact New Pathways had provided in making their lives successful.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
There is no way I would change them. I would like to help them get more funding, because there are so many at-risk young adults in Maryland who could be helped with their services.
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Through the University of Baltimore
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