Pathway Of Hope

Canadians living in poverty are increasingly vulnerable. Today, about 3.4 million Canadians, including over 622,000 children live in poverty. Many living in poverty often face a cycle of recidivism – where they move from crisis to crisis and remain vulnerable. Pathway of Hope focuses on identifying and addressing root cause issues for people living in poverty. It is a high impact strengths-based case management approach to providing targeted services to people with a desire to take action to break the cycle of crisis and vulnerability.

Who Can Join?

Pathway of Hope is an initiative that provides intensive care to individuals and families who have a desire to change their life trajectory.
You are eligible if you are ready to take action today!


Resources and Connections: Through your involvement with Pathway of Hope, you will be introduced to both The Salvation Army and other services that are available within the community which offers:

A network of support
A sense of community
Holistic programs
Spiritual guidance


Services Connector to:

Job training
Health services
Childcare and education
Housing options
Legal services


To explore if Pathway of Hope is right for you – contact us:


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