Pathway Expansion Project
On behalf of nearly 100
current residents – Hoosiers battling addition and mental illness – I’d like to
share our forward-facing vision and ask for your help with a project to save
even more lives for years to come.
In the project link to details, you will find in-depth information regarding Pathway's next step to expand programs with the development of “Pathway 7”, our seventh recovery program. This would be Pathway's first new construction project, following previous expansion projects that renovated vacant, dilapidated structures in our community, and we have designed a building to provide safe, affordable, substance-free, permanent housing for 21 households in the historic Mapleton-Fall Creek neighborhood.
This project would mirror Pathway’s other programs in size and scope and increase our capacity from 94 to 115 (41 transitional units and 74 permanent units). The project will also include a Connection Center to provide a nearly 2,000 square foot gathering space for residents of all Pathway programs, community partners and visitors to provide resources and support necessary for long term substance-free recovery.
Over the years, Pathway has served nearly 2,000 homeless Hoosiers battling addiction and mental illness and managed over $9M dollars in public, private, federal, and local grants with 100% compliance. For this project, Pathway can raise $750,000 and possibly finance $250,000, however this will exhaust our fundraising ability, leaving over 2 million to be raised. It is our hope that YOU will invest in the lives we can save by increasing our capacity. With more help, we can help more.