A look at 2022 all Thanks to YOU

  • December 27th, 2022
  • By Pathway Caring for Children

One stone doesn’t make a path…but many make a Pathway! Thanks to you in 2022, YOU helped children and families every day in every way!

It doesn’t matter how big or small…YOU helped lay the foundation to lead children and families on their journey to find hope and healing. Thank you!

  • 580 hours were dedicated by 94 volunteers who helped plan fundraising events, assisted with clerical responsibilities, and made Pathway kids feel valued!
  • 2 successful fundraising events were hosted all to benefit Pathway kids! These included a fun and lively Auction at Firestone Country Club and our Annual Clays for Kids Event.
  • 14 Northeast Ohio Counties were served through 4 Pathway locations in Canton, Cleveland, and Sebring, OH.
  • 151 children slept soundly in Pathway foster homes.
  • 22 new foster homes were licensed with 13 MORE in the process of becoming certified.
  • 65 active foster homes provided children and teens unconditional love, care, and stability.
  • 18 children have been adopted since January 2022 AND 10 more are in the process of being welcomed into their forever homes!
  • 7,134 hours of case management were provided for children to learn coping and life skills.
  • 22 teens discovered personal strength and confidence at TRUST Camp in July!
  • 8,954 hours of counseling were given to children to help them overcome past trauma.
  • 4 Pathway Staff became certified in the NEW Early Childhood Mental Health Program.
  • 1,260 children, teens, and families received counseling services including group support, Family Empowerment, and case management resources.
  • 1,087 hours devoted to mentoring children & teens. Direct Care Mentors may lend a listening ear, share their experiences and offer guidance, or simply provide a fun activity to act as encouragers and constant support systems for Pathway children and teens.
  • Over 400 School-based students in 6 school districts know they can count on their Pathway counselor and case managers during the school day.
  • Over 1,500 personal conversations about “It’s OK Not to Be OK…AND It’s OK to Talk About It.” All to end the stigma of reaching out for mental health care.