Our Services

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Providing a Pathway of Restoration to the Homeless.

Greenwood Pathway House is the only homeless ministry that provides short term housing and trauma-wellness services for men, women and single parents with children in Greenwood and Abbeville counties.

We work to overcome homelessness, one person at a time. Using a wholistic approach, we address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of our clients while connecting them with the resources that they need for stability and self-sufficiency.

In the Last 10 Years:

2323

Men, women & children helped

750

Clients moved into housing

767

Clients obtained employment

409

Clients entered drug and alcohol addiction programs

We Serve Individuals from the Following South Carolina Locations:

  • Greenwood County
  • Abbeville County

If you are not in our service area, please contact another shelter for help. Due to limited bed availability, we are unable to help individuals who are not in our service area.

Men's Homeless Shelter

Men's Ministry

An open bay facility for homeless men that provides a safe place to stay and the support needed to overcome homelessness. We provide housing, food, case management, faith development training, access to medical services, and laundry facilities for all our male clients.

To get help click here.

Womens Shelter Inside

Women's Ministry

A dormitory style facility that offers a safe place to stay and the support needed to overcome homelessness. We provide housing, food, case management, faith development training, access to medical services, and laundry facilities for all our female clients.

To get help click here.

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Family Ministry

Cottages for a homeless parent with children that provides a safe place to stay and the support needed to overcome homelessness. We provide housing, food, case management, faith development training, access to medical services, and laundry facilities for all our clients.

To get help click here.

Cold Weather Homeless Shelter

Cold Weather Shelter

We provide cold weather shelter from November 1st to March 31st when temperatures are forecast to drop below 40 degrees. Cold weather shelter is open for men, women, and children from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am.

To get help in our cold weather shelter click here.

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On-Campus Programs

Our clients have access to 7 different life skills programs, 6 different work skills programs, and 4 different children's programs that are offered on our campus. These programs help our clients learn new skills and gain valuable experience.

Clients that successfully participate in our on-campus programs become eligible to enroll in the Ready to Work Program at Piedmont Technical College or to participate in our ministry internship program.

Clients who complete these programs are typically hired for higher paying jobs that allow them to afford local housing and earn enough to lift themselves and their families out of poverty.

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Trauma Healing Programs

Our Trauma Healing Programs help our clients build a functional life, post trauma, that equips them to overcome homelessness permanently.

Our clients have access to 3 different programs that help them adopt and practice healthy behaviors that support their mental and physical well-being. 

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What We Do NOT Provide:

  • We are NOT a recovery program
  • We are NOT a detox facility
  • We are NOT a medical facility
  • We are NOT a mental health facility
  • We do NOT provide childcare

We offer a safe place to stay and the support needed to transition from life on the streets to ongoing self-sufficiency.