"It's All About the Kids" Free Fundraising Lunch

“It’s All About the Kids” Free Fundraising Lunch

RSVP to Heather Reda at hreda@pathwaycfc.org or 330-818-0656.
Wanted: Foster Parents

Wanted: Foster Parents

Pathway provides you with the tools and training you need to make a difference in the life of a child.
Mental Health counseling open to the public

Mental Health counseling open to the public

Pathway offers specialized mental health services for children, adolescents and families experiencing behavioral, emotional or relationship difficulties.
Quick Stop Tour

Quick Stop Tour

You're invited to attend Pathway's Quick Stop Tour on the third Wednesday of each month at noon or 5pm. Take part in this informational tour and learn how we offer the best possible care to children and families in need.

 

 

Nonprofit strives to empower children, families

Nonprofit strives to empower children, families

More than 250,000 children in the United States enter the foster care system every year.While more than half of these children will return to their families, the remainder will stay in the system, according to Pathway Caring for Children, a Jackson Township-based nonprofit. Last year, Pathway served more than 600 children in northeast Ohio. More...
Family found: Tony Barrino adopts teens in foster care

Family found: Tony Barrino adopts teens in foster care

The rear window of Tony Barrino’s van features a “stick-figure family” decal showing dad, five boys and some pets. It only begins to tell the story. For the last five years, Barrino has dedicated his life to fatherhood, adopting three teenage sons in the process, and currently caring for two more boys in foster care....
Pathway's T.R.U.S.T. Adventure Therapy Camp

Pathway’s T.R.U.S.T. Adventure Therapy Camp

50 Pathway teens and 20 staff, interns and volunteers attended Pathway's T.R.U.S.T. Camp in July.
Pathway teens put life experiences on screen

Pathway teens put life experiences on screen

Teens at Pathway Caring for Children created the inspirational music video, “Rise to the Top,” with help from volunteers and a $1,500 ArtsInStark grant. Teens clapped, cheering their protagonist during the final day of filming downtown. The scene, in which the character’s art is featured in a gallery, shows how negative experiences can be transformed...
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