Pathway of Hope

Ready for a change? Pathway of Hope provides individualized services to families that are ready to take action and improve the future for themselves and their children. Families are paired with a case manager that will provide coaching and support in discovering personal strengths and setting goals. Additional opportunities are also offered through connection to needed community resources, as well as, emotional and spiritual support through local volunteers and pastoral care teams, if needed.

Who can participate?

  • If you have at least one child under the age of 18
  • If you are ready to take action and improve your future!

What will it involve?


    Putting your plan together with the help of your case manager.


    Chart your progress and see your success with your dedicated case worker on a regular basis.


    See where you are at six months and decide what’s next on your journey.


    Celebrate your successes. Adjust any further goals. Encourage others.

Resources and Connections

Through your involvement with Pathway of Hope, you’ll be introduced to both Salvation Army and other services that are available within your community which offer:

  • A network of support
  • A sense of community
  • Holistic programs
  • Spiritual guidance

Service Connector to:

  • Job training
  • Health services
  • Childcare and education
  • Housing options
  • Legal services & more...

Stories of Hope

Single Mom of 5 is Hopeful about Her Future

After a series of family crises, Kim, a single mom of 5 children, found a listening ear and encouragement at The Salvation Army of Lufkin. After working with a Pathway of Hope case manager she now is hopeful about her future and ready to accomplish her dreams.

Family Gets a Fresh Start through The Pathway of Hope

The family was homeless: Brian was living in a car with three boys while Hannah was staying elsewhere. There just wasn’t space for them all to be together. Dealing with ongoing health issues, Brian was unable to work consistently, so Hannah had to be available to look after him and the children. They were without hope and couldn’t see a way out of their situation. Read More.