Pathways would like to connect with more landlords so we can continue to offer assistance to Pathways graduates as they continue their recovery and begin rebuilding their life in the community. Pathways would lease the property and be responsible for the rent and maintenance. If you or anyone you know would like more information, please contact us at (920) 894-1374.
If you are a landlord, or someone replacing their furniture, and would like to be part of the solution, please contact us.
Pathways is looking for area employers willing to assist our graduates find employment opportunities in various industries and various positions.
This is a win/win situation for everyone.
Pathways Sober Living program gives people in recovery an opportunity to live independently in a supportive, non-judgmental home with other people in recovery. Each Sober Living home has a house manager who provides guidance to all guests and ensures that rules are being followed.
The rules are necessary for the safety and success of all guests of our Sober Living program:
1. No drugs, alcohol, violence, or overnight guests
2. Active participation in recovery meetings
3. Random drug & alcohol tests
4. On-time guest fee payments
5. Involvement in either work, school, or an outpatient program
Each guest signs an agreement upon admission to our Sober Living program which outline the above basic rules as well as a few other important requirements for successful living.
To be considered for our Sober Living program, you must follow the steps listed below: