About Pathways For All People
Pathways For All People provides a range of services including supported accommodation in a warm, welcoming atmosphere, as well as all types of support, help and advice to help recovering alcohol or drug addicts and those struggling with criminality, mental health, addiction, eating disorders and all other types of abuse.
We help anyone aged between 18-64 to begin new, constructive, substance-free lives.
In a welcoming environment, we host separate housing, clinical groups and one-to-one settings for men and women in a warm, homely atmosphere in central Bournemouth.
All residents retain their benefits and we provide budgeting support.
Our holistic approach covers various group sessions including, group therapy, workshops, relapse-prevention programmes, an optional 12-step program, art therapy and life skills.
All residents have regular counselling and key-work sessions, which lean towards the cognitive-behavioural and motivational approach.
We conduct all activities based on ethical values. We recognise that people of all or no faith can hold values equally.
The successful outcomes of the Pathways For All People programme are easily measurable when you consider a number of our residents were previously homeless, and many clients who had previously suffered from mental health problems are now living healthy, successful independent lives.
Learn more about the work of Pathways For All People from Karen Ager by watching the video below:
Safeguarding is one of our core principles at Pathways. Please click on the image below to download a copy of our safeguarding policy, and get in touch if you have any questions.
Please click here to download to download our inclusion policy:
Please click here to download our Equal Opportunities Policy.
Please click below to download the Pathways business plan.
To get a clearer idea of how Pathways is structured, please download the organisational chart below.