Terry* works in a small labor shop and lives in East Canton. He is tall, slender, balding, wearing a baseball cap, early 50’s, and Terry needs cash. He had been off work for some time because of medical conditions and hospitalization, plus was in the process of a divorce and moving into a small apartment with rent of $465 per …
We met Dan at the Hope Outreach Center on the Northeast side of Canton. Dan was living in a shelter due to not being able to work.
In June 2018, a 33-year-old mother of eight contacted the 24-hour emergency hotline seeking safe shelter.
MA’s upbringing was not the loving and caring home that one would hope for. It was quite the contrary.
Theresa* had been in a relationship for only three months when her relationship suddenly changed.
As clinicians and advocates, it is critical for us to meet our clients wherever they are in their journey, with the hope that something beautiful can shine from the darkness that they may be feeling.
There are several obstacles along the lifelong journey of adoption. After receiving Pathway’s post-adoption services this does not mean all issues are resolved.