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Pathway of Hope

Approximately 1 in 6 Americans live in poverty, putting American poverty level at an all-time high. Children raised in poverty are 32 times more likely to live in poverty as adults. The Salvation Army has responded to the need to break this cycle with The Pathway of Hope.

The Pathway of Hope provides targeted services to families striving to break free of intergenerational poverty. The Salvation Army will partner with families wanting to change their situation and are willing to share accountability with us for planned actions. As families achieve increasing stability, their degree of hope about their futures will also increase, serving as motivation along their journey to sufficiency.

Pathway of Hope is rooted in the case management approach. Rather than looking at problems, the Strengths Model focuses on possibilities and develops strengths to assist clients in reaching their goals and dreams. A team is developed consisting of a client, case manager, and the community. A case manager works intensively with a small number of families to help them achieve short and long-term goals through collaboration and accessing community resources. The Salvation Army expands from “serving” clients to long-term interventions that help “solve” client’s root cause barriers.

We will Support Pathway of Hope client families by:

The Salvation Army will continue to serve all those that come to us in need, but the Pathway of Hope will allow us to double our impact.

The Salvation Army will introduce Pathway of Hope into all of its Corps Community Centers in the Midland Division by 2016. To qualify for Pathway of Hope a family must have at least one child under the age of 18, and be ready to take steps to make long-term change. They must also live near a Corps Community Center that is currently participating in Pathway of Hope.

Pathway of Hope Training in Springfield, MO September 2013

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Below are the Corps/Sites that have begun the Pathway of Hope Approach:

Temple Corps

2740 Arsenal St.
St. Louis, MO 63118
(314)-771-3460

Euclid Corps

2618 N. Euclid
St. Louis, MO 63113
(314)-531-5621

Stratford Commons

4100 Peyton Lane
St. Louis, MO 63120
(314)-389-9302

Arnold Corps

3740 Telegraph Rd
Arnold, MO 63010
(636)-464-0787

East St. Louis Corps

616 N 16th St.
East St. Louis, IL 62205
(618)-874-3136

Kirksville Corps

1004 West Gardner
Kirksville, MO 63501
(660)-665-7885

Ray & Joan Kroc Corps

405 Vermont St.
Quincy, IL 62301
(217)-222-5762

Columbia Corps

1108 W. Ash
Columbia, MO 65203
(573)-442-3229

Jefferson City Corps

927 Jefferson St.
Jefferson City, MO 65101
(573)-635-1975

Joplin Corps

320 East 8th St.
Joplin, MO 64801
(417)-624-4528

Springfield Corps

1707 W. Chestnut Expressway
Springfield, MO 65802
(417)-862-5509

Branson Corps

1114 Stanley BLVD.
Branson, MO 65616
(417)-339-4434

Carthage Corps

125 E. Fairview Ave.
Carthage, MO 64836
(417)-358-2262