Re-entry programs have changed countless lives, saved taxpayers millions since 2005
Florida’s prison system – which houses more than 100,000 inmates and costs taxpayers upwards of $2 billion each year – has come under fire in recent months after a string of media reports detailed allegations of prisoner abuse and inadequate medical care. This legislative session, Florida’s lawmakers will be asked to reconsider how the state deals with criminals. As lawmakers look to reform the system without breaking the budget, one Pensacola nonprofit could offer answers. Read More »
Yesterday Pathways For Change hosted a swearing in ceremony for 21 Americorps VISTA's at our Family Center. VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America. These 21 talented and energetic men and women will be turned loose with the mission of impacting our community in specific areas. For the Summer the VISTA's will be providing capcatiy building and services in 4 different area of needs, Education, Economic Opportunity, Veterans and Families and Healthy Futures. Read More »
Pathways For Change was featured in this Sunday's Pensacola News Journal. Great article....
August 29th the Ribbon cutting was held for the Clinton Cox Residence. The Residence is collaboration between Pathways For Change, Communiy Enterprise Investments, Baptist Healthcare, Neigborhood Enterprise Foundation and Escambia County Board of Commissioners. It is 12 unit residence for homeless men who are overcoming addiction helping them to transition back into society succesfully. It is supported by PFC and Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation. Special thanks to the consturction and development team of Dalrymple/Sallis Architecture and T. May Construction.
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The Family Center is a place where people can find education, resources, and a friendly helping hand and guidance to build a stronger, more successful family. And stronger families are the foundation of a stronger community.
The Men's Residential Treatment is a faith-based addictions treatment program for men who want to overcome destructive behaviors, attitudes and habits that prevent them from living a life free from crime and incarceration.
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