Who is eligible to apply for a Buckner Family Pathways?
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and be currently enrolled in an educational or vocational program. Additional requirements vary from location to location. For more information, please contact your local office:
What services do residents receive?
Residents and their children are offered a safe place to live; counseling services; training in parenting skills, money management, communication skills and conflict resolution; spiritual enrichment and mentorship.
How are Buckner Family Pathways unique?
Other programs might serve families with housing or education, but we offer a total package of affordable housing, educational criteria, case management, spiritual enrichment and client assistance. We provide all the tools single parents need to succeed.
Why focus on single-parent families?
Fifty-nine percent of young children in low-income families live with a single parent. More than 85 percent of homeless families in the United States are headed by single women – hardworking mothers struggling to make ends meet. When these parents receive opportunities to get an education, earn more income and achieve self-sufficiency, their children will benefit, their families will grow healthy and their futures will be transformed.
How do I apply or get more information?
We provide single-parent families the opportunity to live in a safe, secure environment while completing their educational or vocational goals and learning the skills they need to be self-sufficient. Families are provided support through access to affordable housing, financial assistance, counseling, spiritual growth and case management services.
For more information, please contact your local office: