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Head Start Partners with Childcare Facilities in Fayetteville

Action Pathways took a moment to celebrate Early Head Start - Child Care Partnership staff located in childcare facilities in Cumberland County late last week. As the result of a five-year grant from the Office of Head Start, under the Office for the Administration of DSC_0538.JPGChildren & Families, the Action Pathways Early Head Start program was able to expand its efforts into six different childcare facilities, expanding its reach to more than 200 children to date.

“This is our second year in our partnership” explains Cynthia Walker, Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Assistant Manager. “For a long time Head Start and child care facilities have always been separate yet, we have similar goals. That is, to provide a safe place for children where they are able to grow and thrive in preparation for public school.”   

ASPIRE Self-Sufficiency Location Change in Sampson County

ATTENTION: ASPIRE/SELF-SUFFICIENCY ***New Location in Sampson County***

Sampson County Dept of Social Services
360 County Complex Rd # 100, Clinton, NC 28328
Phone: (910) 592-4200 ext: 3275

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A Self-Sufficiency Highlight: You can do it too!

Kamekia Hart.JPGSeveral years ago, Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency program started to help a young, single woman by the name of Kamekia Hart. At the time, Ms. Hart was working part-time at a fast-food restaurant, could not afford health insurance but still made too much money to qualify for Medicaid. She was struggling to stay afloat and living check to check. She wanted the opportunity to do more with her life, but did not know where or how to begin without the resources to support her determination.

Take a look at how Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency program helped Ms. Hart tackle her legal troubles and get on the path towards realizing her goals; feeding her belief that all things are possible with faith and determination. 

Self-Sufficiency: Reentry Success

Count Reddon, a recent Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency participant, made one bad decision that caused him to lose his employment as a commercial plumber, his place of residence, transportation and, most importantly, his tools for work.  

After finishing his senIRA-Dress for Success 002.JPGtence, Mr. Reddon was released back into the community with nowhere to live and no means of finding employment. His car was impounded, containing all of his tools for work, subsequently making it much harder for him to earn a living; Reddon was forced to move into a shelter and start over. He reached out to Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency Program for assistance to help him, once again, become a productive member of society.

 

Helping Homeless Children to be School-Ready this Year

FullSizeRender (1) (1).jpgArtreese Basnight, Human Resource Assistant at Action Pathways, was recently recognized for her exceptional leadership in helping to ensure Cumberland County’s homeless children are school-ready with the necessary supplies to be successful.

Thanks to Basnight’s decisive leadership as not only the secretary to FASHRM’s board but also as its fundraising chairman, the local chapter was able to provide much-needed supplies to homeless children in preparation for school.

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Second Harvest Food Bank Thankful to Receive Nonprofit Funding

shfb_logo_0.pngSecond Harvest Food Bank is grateful for the nonprofit funding it receives every year to help advance its mission in the community.

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Action Pathways & the American Red Cross: Partnering Together in Disaster Situations

American Red Cross Logo.jpgAction Pathways and the American Red Cross are strong community partners, who know they can count on each other when disaster strikes.

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ASPIRE Suspending Cumberland County Applications

The ASPIRE Self-Sufficiency Program is no longer accepting applications from Cumberland County until further notice.

Public Notice of Debt Management Program Assumption

Action Pathways, Inc. is accepting vendor bids for total assumption of the Debt Management Program. The contract requires total assumption of the Debt Management Program to include client files, client debts, client fees, creditor information and fair share.

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