Pathfinder Services, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Children & Youth, Disabilities, Education, Human Services
Location: 1152 E State St PO Box 1001 Huntington IN 46750 USA
Pathfinder Services, Inc. envisions a community in which all people are valued and accepted and have control over their own destinies.
Programs: Pathfinder Services, Inc., services include: Community Group Living: Providing 24-hour supervised group living services in Huntington, Roanoke, Wabash, North Manchester, Plymouth, Culver and Knox for adults who have developmental disabilities. Supported Independent Living: Providing support as needed for individuals who have disabilities living on their own in Huntington, Wabash, Marshall and Starke Counties. Transitional Housing: Providing homes and support to enable families who are homeless to get back on their feet in Huntington, Plymouth and Knox. Kids Kampus children's services: Providing early intervention services for children who have special needs, as well as traditional preschool and day care services in an integrated environment in Huntington. Resource Connection employment services: Providing vocational rehabilitation support for people who have barriers to employment, including Welfare-to-work services. Community Integration: Providing community-based day services for adults who have disabilities in Huntington, Marshall and Starke Counties. Community Connections home and auto ownership: Developing home and auto ownership opportunities for families who earn $35,000 or less per year. Includes home ownership counseling, down payment assistance and below market-rate mortgages, below market-rate auto loans. Commercial Services: Providing employment through curb-side pickup, sorting and resale of recyclable materials in Huntington; through lightweight assembly work for industry; through the manufacture of educational aids for schools and through janitorial services at Interstate rest areas.
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Familhy Pathfinders began as a statewide organization. AIt survived only in in Tarrant County. I've been involved with this nonprofit organization since its inception. I served as a board member for a time, and I have served as a team leader for many years. It is a joy to work with clients helping them along the path to self sufficiency. Family Pathfinders is an outstanding organization that makes a inificant difference in the lives of neeedy parents and children.
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