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    Aric & Shannon’s Story

    Our Amramp definitely makes life a lot easier for us. Without it, I was pushing my son up to the steps, taking him out of his chair and into the house, and then bringing his chair inside. More

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    Shawn’s Story

    Shawn earns an income in our Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing division, and enjoys his job. More

  • Dan Stewart

    Dan Stewart Story (Linda-Wife)

    On August 11 I suffered a spinal stroke that changed my life. I used to be able to ride my Harley Davidson and drive my truck but in an instant that changed, and I needed to create a ramp to get in my house from the hospital. More

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    Jonah’s Story

    Jonah has recently secured his first position as a young adult in Huntington. This position is a stepping stone for Jonah, providing him with the opportunity to spend more time interacting with others in the community. See the video!  More

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    JayJa’s Job Placement: Positive Effects

    Through Pathfinder Resource Connection, JayJa has been working successfully with Golden Corral for the past four months. This job placement has affected JayJa in a very positive way. JayJa loves his uniform and having the responsibilities of a job. He feels good about himself and takes pride in his position.

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Pathfinder Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit human services organization based in Huntington, where it was founded in 1966. In addition to Huntington County, Pathfinder Services also has office locations in Allen, Marshall, Wabash and Whitley Counties.

The Vision of Pathfinder Services:

Pathfinder Services, Inc. envisions a community in which all people are valued and accepted and have control over their own destinies.

The Mission of Pathfinder Services is to:

“Strengthen communities primarily by enabling people experiencing developmental or economic challenges to achieve independence, inclusion, and stability.”

Find out more in the About Us section.

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Pathfinder News
  • Pathfinder Community Connections Accepting Applications to Receive Up to $20,000 for Home Repairs

    Posted on April 14, 2015

    Pathfinder Community Connections NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center and The City of Huntington are excited to announce that applications are being accepted for the second round of construction in the Communities for a Lifetime Drover Town Project.  The City of Huntington was awarded over $660,000 from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) in March of 2012.  Pathfinder Community Connections is working on behalf of the City to provide rehabilitation of owner occupied homes in Drover Town and the surrounding area.

    Homeowners who live in or near the Drover Town area are encouraged to contact Pathfinder Community Connections to see if they qualify for up to $20,000 in home rehabilitation and repair as part of the Communities for a Lifetime Project.  Applications are available at www.cchomes.org or by contacting Jeff Teusch at jteusch@pathfinderservices.org or at 260-356-0521.  

    Initial application requirements are:

    • -The house must be located in or near the historic Drover Town neighborhood in Huntington.

    • -Occupants of the house must be the legal owner; no rental properties will qualify.

    • -Homeowner must be 55 years of age or older by December 31, 2014 OR a person in the household must have a physical or developmental disability.

    • -Rehabilitation work done to the house must meet a need that is essential for day to day living. Program staff will meet with homeowners to determine the need.

    • -The house and the home owner must meet program requirements.

     

    Pathfinder Community Connections NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center also invites local contractors to join the bidders list for future jobs. Contractors may contact Jeff Teusch at 260-356-0521 or jteusch@pathfinderservices.org for more information.

    Posted in CC Homes, Community Connections News, Pathfinder News

  • Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing Seeking Donations of Cotton/Cotton Blend Material to Help Support Jobs

    Posted on April 11, 2015

    Industrial Wipes

    Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing is seeking donations of light to medium weight cotton and cotton blend materials to be manufactured into and sold as industrial wipes. This includes t-shirts, towels, blankets, linens, etc.

    THESE DONATIONS HELP CREATE JOBS IN YOUR COMMUNITY!

    Individuals of varying abilities, including those with developmental disabilities, produce the wipes from donated materials.  The division of Pathfinder Services enables their workforce to maximize their abilities and earn an income by providing innovative fixtures, templates, machinery, proofing, skill development, and high standard quality control.

    Donations can be dropped off at Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing at 1152 East State Street or at Pathfinder Services North Campus located at 2824 Theater Ave.  Both locations are in Huntington, Indiana and a dropbox is available in the parking lot of the Theater Ave. location.  Donations may be tax deductible.

    Posted in Outsource Manufacturing News, Pathfinder News

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Pathfinder Services, Inc.
2824 Theater Ave.
P.O. Box 1001
Huntington, IN 46750

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday: 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

(800) 833-1571
(260)356-0500

Fax: (260) 356-1805
info@pathfinderservices.org

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