Family Pathways works alongside people in crisis, focusing on overall health and household stability.
Family Pathways’ Black Dog Hill Shelter
- Accessible 24 hrs a day, providing safe, emergency housing and support for victims of domestic abuse and their children
Family Pathways’ Homemaking services support aging adults to safely stay in their homes
- Provide laundry care, floor care, kitchen and bathroom cleaning
- Safety tasks like changing light bulbs and smoke detector batteries
- Assistance with meal prep and menu planning
These services are made possible in part by a Live Well at Home grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services and under the Federal Older Americans Act through a contract from Central Minnesota Council on Aging under an Area Plan approved by the Minnesota Board on Aging.