You can help!
Funds are always needed to provide crucial resources to meet the needs of our clients. Past donations have been used to establish several outpatient treatments groups for working men, women and people affected by someone else’s substance use. Pathways also provides transportation and educational resources for clients, and support specific in-house treatment and prevention programs.
Your tax-deductible donation to PATHWAYS will go towards:
- Creating a Day Detox Program.
- Establishing an Outreach program worker position to assist clients with housing, navigating the legal system, income assistance, accessing medical care.
|2 ways to donate:|
Send cheque or money order to:PATHWAYS Addictions Resource Centre
Donate online using the secure PayPal website. Methods of payment include credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover), debit card, or PayPal account.
A tax receipt will be mailed to you. Many thanks for your generosity!
Fortunately we have been able to witness many positive situations in which lives have been transformed. One gentleman who was desperately seeking help due to his ongoing drug use and suicidal thoughts is now clean from drugs and is a happily married man with a daughter, a very good job and views the future through a very positive lens.”
– Steve King, Adult Counsellor
Pathways is incorporated as a not-for-profit society in the Province of British Columbia and registered as a Charity with the Canada Revenue Agency. Pathways is primarily funded by the Interior Health Authority of British Columbia and is regulated by guidelines maintained by the British Columbia Ministry of Health.
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