PATHWAY is a collaborative pilot program between two, long-standing Easton nonprofits; Third Street Alliance and Firmstone Family Services, A Division of The Children's Home of Easton. This program provides transitional housing, case management, and program initiatives to assist women and mothers, ages 18-24, as they work to reach their goal of independence and self-sufficiency.
Creating a Solution for Housing and Independence
The women that are eligible for this program will relocate from Third Street Alliance's Shelter Program after successful completion. They will move into independent housing on the campus of The Children's Home of Easton, while continuing to work on their individual goals and plans.
PATHWAY is staffed by Program Director, Shannon McGorry, and caseworkers who work with the women to prepare for permanent independent housing in a timely manner, while working with many external services in Northampton County.
For more information, contact Program Director: